Power Performance Training Program
Our program is designed to improve your athletes fitness level for the purpose of improving her ability to perform at a high level in volleyball. It includes:
- Corrective and restorative exercises
- Strength training
- Conditioning and cardiovascular training
- Volleyball specific techniques and drills
- Periodization (devoting certain periods of time during a given year to different types and intensities of exercise depending on when optimal performance is needed)
- Nutritional guidance
- Mental and psychological training
- Constant and consistent accountability, and monitoring by our qualified trainers.
- November: 6,13, 27
- December: 4, 11, 27
- January: 8
- Tuesday’s (5:00-6:00 pm)
- $110 for the 7 week program
- Once a week for 7 weeks
- The Sports Cabana at Craig Ranch
- 6145 Alma Rd. McKinney, TX 75070
Contact Cat Manderson with further questions, email@example.com or 214-364-4463
Coach Cat Manderson will be coaching her 15th season of club volleyball in the North Texas Region this year. She attended McKinney High School where she was a 4 year varsity player with 1st team all district player sophomore through senior year. During that time she played for local club teams, Assault and Skyline before receiving a scholarship to play at The University of South Carolina Aiken.
Coach Cat has experience in running a varsity volleyball program at a local private school, Heritage Christian Academy in Rockwall where she received Coach of the Year from years 2008-2010. In addition to coaching volleyball, she has been leading performance/vertical training for local clubs teaching a proper foundation and volleyball specific movements to help players be stronger, quicker and more explosive on the court with a big emphasis on injury prevention. She brings knowledge of the game into the training to help facilitate proper form of specific volleyball movements and to help teach players how to create explosiveness within those movements.
Teaching good leadership and character are her main priority with any player that comes through her programs. She strives to help players see the game through coach’s eyes to become more knowledgeable of the game and the strategies within. We are excited to have Cat part of the Power family.
Coach Lindsey has been teaching, coaching, and mentoring for 20+ years. She has been coaching volleyball since 2006, working with players ranging in age from 5 to 20 years old. She has coached in both school and club environments as a specialist in teaching setting and defense. Having played a range of sports, she is not only supportive of, but also passionate about multi-sport athletes.
She has extensive knowledge and education in: the German language, exercise science, and strength and conditioning. She is USAV CAP certified, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and continuously seeks further education to enhance her craft. She is pursuing a Psychology of Competition certification, and is committed to being a lifelong student of the game and profession. A believer of being open-minded and versatile, she is passionate about getting out of the typical box and bringing aspects of both the men’s game and outdoor game into the indoor women’s game. She aims to enhance players’ overall mental game and confidence both on and off the court.
“You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.”
— Woodrow Wilson
“This is my favorite quote and speaks directly to the ultimate goal, both on and off the court, of coaching. In addition to striving to teach athletes to be healthy, strong, safe, skilled competitors, I feel very strongly about contributing to the growth and development as upstanding human beings. All the intangibles that speak to one’s character (i.e. respect, discipline, dependability, trustworthiness, etc.) are so important. My aim is to positively contribute to the whole athlete’s physical, mental, and emotional strength and his/her development into a strong, confident, upstanding human being overall.”