Nona Sports
Beach Volleyball Training

Nona Sports is offering beach volleyball training for experienced players.   All ages are welcome.  The volleyball training will be tailored for each team to learn and/or enhance: 

  • Bumping

  • Spiking

  • Bump + Hand Setting

  • Blocking

  • Receiving

  • Defense

  • Offense

  • Game Strategy

  • Serve, Receive

  • Serving

  • Conditioning

 When? - Tuesdays and Thursdays

The training is scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursday for 1 hour and 45 minutes; starting in August 10, 2021.  If a training session is cancel by Nona Sports, there will be a make up day on Friday afternoon and /or Saturday morning as indicated by Nona Sports.

Wall Clock

From
5:15pm
To
7:00pm

Where? @Nona Beach

  • The training takes place at the East Lake Park Sand Volleyball Court (Also know as Nona Beach)

    • Please park on the available westbound parallel parking, adjacent to the Lake.

  • The best way to find the location is by putting the following address on your GPS:  10225 Lake District Ln, Orlando, FL 32832

What to bring?

  • Dri-Fit Shirt and Pants (Highly Recommended)

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Towel

  • Potable Water or Sport Drink

  • A gallon of water to rinse off the sand after training is done

  • Light Snack (Fruit or Protein Bar)

  • Face Mask

  • Sunglasses

  • A good attitude to learn and have fun

How to get started?

  1. Submit the following beginners online registration . (1st come, 1st serve)

  2. After submitting the online registration form, participation fee must be submitted to 407-234-0323 via Zelle.

Participation Fee

  • $225 / player / month (includes 8 sessions)

    • Payable on the 1st day of each month

  • $35 Drop-in rate per day

What is included?

  • Beach Volleyball Training & Conditioning.

  • 2 Local Beach Volleyball Tournaments.

  • Tournament wave times will be released on the Friday before the scheduled Saturday Tournament.

 Are we following the Department of Health Advisory?

Yes, we are.  The training is in accordance with the Florida Department of Health Public Advisory (FDHPA).

  • Training is held outdoors.  (Avoiding closed spaces in accordance with FDHPA)

  • Most, if not all, volleyball skills and techniques are performed by the players at least 6 feet apart.  (Avoiding close contact between people and practicing social distancing in accordance with FDHPA)

  • Training equipment is cleaned and sanitized.

  • Players are required to hand sanitize their hands prior to start with the Beach Volleyball Training

  • Players suffering from any Covid-19 symptoms are not allowed to participate.