|UPVB Private/Semi-Private Volleyball Lessons|
Unique Performance Volleyball provides private lessons to volleyball players from ages 10 & up in the Peoria and Central Illinois area. We provide group or individual lessons. We will do our best to match an instructor to the exact skill or skills you would like to work on for each lesson. You can either choose your instructor from the list below, or we will match the instructor to your needs.
IHSA High-School Volleyball Players: To answer many people's questions, YES, you are allowed to attend private volleyball lessons and training during the High-School season in accordance with IHSA rules. According to IHSA By-Law 3.110, the IHSA states that no more than 2 players from a High-School may participate in the same training session. Unique Performance is well aware of all USAV & IHSA regulations, and adheres to all guidelines in a strict manner as to not jeopardize the eligibility of our athletes. The full IHSA rule is available at the bottom of this page.
John Sutton - Master Coach All Skills (Specializes in advanced hitting techniques, & hitting for power)
Savanah Parra - Master Setter's & Defense Coach (Specializes in fundamentals and advanced setting techniques, and defensive specialist)
Ben Fisher - Master Coach All Skills (Specializes in Passing & Defensive techniques)
Fritz Rosenberg - Master Coach Hitting Skills (Specializes in hitting techniques & hitting for power)
Other Coaches may be brought in on an as needed basis. All coaches will have a solid background both playing and coaching. Groups of 4 or more will have 2 coaches present.
Individual Lesson (1 athlete):
Unique Performance Club Members - $35/hr.
Non-Club Members - $45/hr.
Small Group Lessons (2-4 athletes):
Unique Performance Club Members - $28 per Person/hr.
Non-Club Members - $38 per Person/hr.
For a Limited time Save $10 off the price of your first lesson. (Limit 1 Coupon use per Person)
How to Schedule:
We will do our best to fit all interested parties into our schedule.
IHSA In-Season Rule:
Here is the direct rule from the IHSA By-Laws. Please note the bold blue area which is the focus of the rule according to the IHSA:
|Last Updated ( Monday, 15 December 2008 20:28 )|