Learn to play volleyball.
1. It's a fun activity to do with your friends.
Volleyball doesn't have to be a serious sport. Just getting some friends together to hit the ball around can be a great time.
2. You don't have to be in great shape to play.
Most volleyball coaches don't make players condition for volleyball the way other sport coaches do. In a sport such as basketball, there is a lot of running up and down the court. You don't have to be in that kind of shape to play volleyball. This is great for people that aren't real crazy about exercise.
3. Learn to play volleyball isn't as expensive to play as most other sports.
Club volleyball can be much more affordable compared to club soccer or basketball.
4. You can play volleyball for a long time after college.
Volleyball is a great sport to get involved in because there are many opportunities to continue playing after you are finished with school. Many players end up becoming a youth volleyball coach so they can stay involved in the sport they've grown to love.
5. You get to wear cool spandex.
Playing volleyball is a great way to show off your body.
6. It's a fun sport to learn how to play.
Volleyball isn't an easy sport to play. It can often take time to develop volleyball skills. Volleyball challenges the mind and most often results in a satisfying experience.
7. Great way to meet new people.
The popularity of volleyball has really grown in the last 10 years. This is a great opportunity to meet people with like interests and hobbies.
1. Great way to meet girls.
Most girls that play volleyball are smart, athletic, and good looking. There are many coed leagues and tournaments that are a great opportunity to meet women.
2. More opportunities to play volleyball compared to other sports.
Volleyball is a great alternative to playing the more common sports such as football, basketball, and baseball. For example, if you don't make the basketball team at your school, you still have the option of playing club volleyball (juniors or adult club).
3. Play the sport forever.
Club volleyball can be played late in life. Adult nationals has senior divisions for older players. There are also opportunities to play doubles volleyball when you are older. For example, the Motherlode Volleyball Tournament held in Aspen, Colorado over Labor Day Weekend has sand doubles volleyball tournaments for men over 37, over 45, over 50, and over 60 years of age.
4. It's a challenging sport to play.
Most people can't become great at volleyball right away. This can be a fun opportunity to learn a new challenging sport.
5. You can play all the time.
In most cities, you can find a league to play in just about every night of the week. There are many opportunities to learn to play volleyball indoor, club tournaments on the weekends in the winter and outdoor doubles tournaments on the weekends in the summer. There are all kinds of opportunities learn to play volleyball and becoming a great player.
6. You don't have to be in great shape to play volleyball.
There isn't a lot of aerobic exercise in volleyball. Volleyball is a sport that you don't have to be in great shape to play. Most people can learn to play volleyball fairly well without being in great shape.
7. It's inexpensive to play volleyball.
Boys club volleyball isn't expensive compared to other club sports. Also, adult club volleyball isn't very expensive. Most leagues are about $5 a night per player. Tournaments are usually around $20 a player.
Doubles volleyball is also fairly inexpensive. A lot of players own their own outdoor net system. Many competitive players grab a few volleyball friends and head to the park or beach to play volleyball. Getting a few friends together and setting up your own net is a great opportunity to learn to play volleyball for free.
8. Great way to socialize.
It can sometimes seem like volleyball has a world of it's own. You can meet all kinds of people in the "volleyball world" and build friendships with like minded people.
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