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Help 30 athletes train for FREE!
Cape Fear Beach is running a campaign to help 30 athletes train for FREE for 3 months (signups coming soon for May-July) with our amazing coaches! You can be a beginner or pro or anything in between! Our goal from the beginning was to provide anthletes in SWFL a chance to learn this fast growing sport and be able to do it in a fun and teachable way.
WE NEED YOUR HELP! If you want to sponsor an athlete, click below and we will put those funds towards the athletes tuition! We encourage you to come meet the athlete and get to know them throughout their journey as well! $250 will support their court time, practice jerseys and coaching costs for three months!
Meet Out Directors
Coach Brad Strey
"Inspiring others through teachable moments"
Coach Cody Dunn
"The ultimate goal is to teach the love and passion I have for this sport to others!"
Sign up for Developmental HERE!
Cape Fear Volleyball is firm in our commitment to hard work and positive reinforcement to produce the well rounded athlete. We will use active teaching techniques and personalized short and long term goal setting. We believe this will help spring board the young athlete into society with the work ethic and morality to be successful in all endeavors. Our philosophy is based upon positive feedback teaching methods, not negative consequence reinforcement.
We offer advanced coaching techniques, including video sessions for technique analysis and conditioning and stretching sessions to avoid injury. We feel video analysis is critical. The young athlete needs visual feedback in the learning process. We believe stretching and conditioning are critical components of the athletes overall skill. All types of stretches (static, dynamic, passive and active) will be learned and used at the appropriate times of our work-outs and practices. Conditioning will be intertwined within practice, and addressed individually for the optimum results for each athlete. Learning the skill of volleyball is important, but continuing to build your body for high levels of play is just as important.