Virginia Elite PowerCore 360: Focus on Power, Focus on Health
Virginia Elite is proud to be one of only a few clubs in the country certified to train PowerCore 360. Utilizing this very effective technology for learning how to hit harder and swing safely, we have developed a proven curriculum to keep athletes in the game longer.
All PC360 courses utilize specialized equipment and technical instruction designed to teach safe and effective attacking. Using proper hip, torso and shoulder action athletes are able to FEEL proper motion rather than just see or hear instruction. The central innovation with this program is the harness and 'arm action trainer' which provides athletes the proprioceptive feedback necessary for training proper hitting mechanics.
Virginia Elite's goal in utilizing the PC360 technology is to improve our athletes' hitting power and effectiveness while significantly reducing the injury potential of Virginia Elite athletes.
PowerCore 360 Certified Instructors have completed numerous hours of additional training. The PC360 course is progressive in nature and completed over six (6) hours of training. PC360 uses a strict, proprietary curriculum designed to teach proper (safe) attacking.
Attendees: Middle & high school boys and girls with volleyball skill training and playing experience on middle/high school and/or club team. Space is limited to 15 athletes per session.
Offerings: It takes many hours and touches on the ball for athletes to refine a skill, as such, participants are welcome and encouraged to repeat camps and clinics.
Schedule: Four separate 6-week sessions per the schedule table below.
Price: $175 per session
- Peter Kay, 16s Team Assistant Coach
- Lexi Patton, Executive Director and 16s Team Head Coach
Note: The session price is for all 6 dates. No prorated pricing, discounts, refunds or transfers available as we have limited space in each session.
Please check here frequently for date/time changes due to scheduling conflicts, as well as, the website calendar.
- Session III Change: Due to President's Day weekend and tournament schedules we intentionally have skipped 2/15 and replaced it with 3/8