I love working with groups or even one on one to teach the fundentmentals of volleyball. It's a great way to make friends, learn a new sport that makes people driven to achieve their goal! Lastly, I have been volleyball for the past couple years and have been playing personally as well!
Seeing hard work pay off could also be the reason why I coach volleyball. Not just from myself, but from my players too. Volleyball often adopts great athletes that unfortunately could not make it onto the teams of these other sports. The beauty of this is each player comes with a chip on their shoulder, and they learn quickly that although skills from other sports help get a head start with volleyball, the foundational skills are incredibly difficult and unlike many others. In other words, I want my players to thrive on the knowledge that they gain through their athletic careers and use it for their success.
He has high level of skills, very friendly, and always gives good advice to people.
The coach was super passionate. Highly recommend!
There's no process, if their anys questions or concerns on anything regarding clinics & indidual workouts.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Dillon is a big fan of sports in general but mostly, when he is not working on new projects or watching the Lakers games, he is working on new plays and methods to better his coaching craft. He has the compassion, love, and respect for the sport which we all love to play and watch, which is volleyball. Dillon’s volleyball coaching career started March 2009 through 2011 where he was coaching recreational volleyball to 7th & 8th graders. Later within that year he started coaching at Xplosion volleyball club in Tracy, California for about 3 year, his responsibilities were training the 17-1’s & 18-1’s by providing technical, non-technical, and administrative support. Participated in all internal and external volleyball games and provided support and efficient feedback to the team. Coordinated, trained, and conducted fundamental volleyball mechanics and techniques, skill drills for individual players and team. Served as a mentor for new players. After a brief moment from coaching he finished school at Cal State East Bay with a degree in Finance & Accounting for his Master’s. He also played collegiate level volleyball for the University of British Columbia for about a year until he came back to finish his studies at Cal State East Bay while playing basketball for them. Besides this is where he got offered to coach again for Bay to Bay Volleyball Club in Campbell, California where he was in charge of the Individual player development, team training, game management and administration duties while being the head coach of 16’s Elite, 17’s Elite, and Assistant Coach 18’s National Team. He finished coaching with this club for about 2 years in June 2013-2015, then he moved to another club which was in Mountain View, California. Mountain View Volleyball Club offered him to assist in developing the training schedule for each player and team. Was also responsible for assisting in assembling competitive teams and creating competitive team coaching staffs. Motivated and trained the athletes to fully develop their skills. Developed and maintained an effective program of physical conditioning Develop and implement strategies to develop effective student athletes' physical fitness. Administer team and facilitate spirit of sportsmanship, social development and positive relationship in student athletes. Assistant Coach of 15-1’s & 16-2’s which lasted from November 2015-2017 so about 2 years. Was with TNT Volleyball by coaching the 15’s whites for about a year. Then I went to coach SA Krush 16-1 for another year, and now I'm finally at SA Juniors for my first season as an assistant coach to the 16 national team!
Depending what they want to work on specifically. Sometimes I can discuss the price range over in person or you can shoot me an email @[email protected] or text @(209)518-9711.
Beeen coaching most of my life and played the sport as well!
I have worked with all age groups, no specifications at all!