Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Camp Powered by ProjectU Technology
The ProjectU Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Camp will be held over the month of August and December on the beaches of Lido Beach, Repulse Bay and Stanley Bay in Hong Kong. The event in open to all athletes who are committed to understanding themselves and moving ahead as a player and a person. The ProjectU Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Camp is about you and your goals. The on and off court sessions over the 3 day period will cover innovative, individualized, creative on-court skill work, strength and speed development training, as well as, leading edge nutrition.
“Over the years, we have developed a gestalt theory of elite performance in beach volleyball. This camp will be a point for athletes to apply new innovative training and skill development techniques to their current skills that have been proven to lead to high level performance,” -Coach Stephen McCarthy
ProjectU Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Camp Highlights:
- Mission of camp is to play for the “love of the game”
- Discover how to use your memories in elite performance
- Develop your ability to use your instincts and intuition with game like drills and cauldron games
- On court skill development and video feedback
- Experiential leadership and communication drills
About Stephen McCarthy:
Stephen has prepared over 10,000 youth, high school, college athletes for over a span of 15 years. He has developed over 100 NCAA athletes within the sports of basketball, volleyball, soccer, and hockey. The McCarthy Project Beach Volleyball club started in 2014 and host of AVPNext Minnesota. Currently, Stephen is a USAV certified official, a USAV Beach Impact and BCAP I certified volleyball coach, a member of AVCA and JVA, a coach within the USAV High Performance Beach Program, as well as, a certified personal trainer. He has trained players who are or have played the following professional sports: NBA and NHL.
To be determined, August and December of 2017
$300 per athlete
Lido Beach or Repulse Bay
Beach Road, Hong Kong Island