HOUSE OF VOLLEYBALL Training - 2018

Mission:  To offer the public the sport of beach volleyball through training, competition, and  organization

                 that is committed to providing a program of excellence in the achievement of its athletes, and in        

                 opportunities for every competitor to develop into the best athlete and teammate they can be. 

HOV Beach Club

Training and Instruction

The House of Volleyball Beach Club is in its 8th year dedicated to bringing opportunities for youth and adults in Oklahoma to be trained and compete 
in the rising sport of beach volleyball. 

HOV-DBat Available Training Times - 

Mondays thru Fridays

9:00am-11:30am Full and Light Programs

Ages 12U-18 & over

Tuesday-Thursdays 
5:00-6:30pm Full and Light Programs
Ages 12U and 16U
Mondays and Wednesdays
5:30-6:30pm HOV Adult Clinic 
 

HOV -Cole Community Center Training
Mondays and Wednesdays  6:00-7:00pm

Call for more info - 405.250.1269
                    

HOV Light Program
Clinical Instruction 

One(1) group training session per week!
A weekly(1.5 Hours) clinical type program teaching the beach or indoor game through group instruction. 
Ideal for new, beginning athletes. 

(Youth and Adults)
Available April - July
$175.00   ( Ages 12 + up) 1.5 hrs/8 weeks
$125.00   ( Ages 11 + under) 1 hr/8 weeks

Includes HOV Beach Club T-shirt 

2018 Tournaments

 

Oklahoma City Youth and Adult Schedule coming soon!

HOV Full Program
Coaching, Conditioning 

Two(2) 1.5hr training sessions per week.
Program teaching the beach game through for those wanting advanced instruction. 
Ideal for experienced athletes. 
(Youth and College only)
Available April - July
8 weeks of Instruction 2x Weekly
$360.00  1.5hrs/16 Sessions
6 weeks of Instruction 2x Weekly
$270.00  1.5 hrs/12 Sessions

Includes:  Team Apparel
Participants receive 25% off
HOV Fitness Training and 10% off
HOV Leagues/Tournaments

 

HOV Adult Clinic 
Fun Participary Time in the Sun

One hour long clinic to introduce the Adult athlete to the sport of beach volleyball having fun in the sand and sun. 

General skills instruction and group scrimmage provide a environment of exercise, learning and prep for friendly competition. 
Outdoor - Sand

(8) weekly clinic sessions available on Tuesday Evenings or Thursday Evenings
$150.00  6:00-7:00pm  May - Sept
Indoor - Court
(8) weekly clinic sessions available on Monday or Tuesday Evenings
$150.00   6:00-7:0pm  April-Aug 2018

Coaches Corner
 

Lincoln Barnett - Program Director/Director of Coaches and Training

In bringing the opportunity for athletes of all ages to learn the game of beach volleyball, Lincoln draws from over 20 yrs experience playing and coaching volleyball throughout the Midwest and is the most experienced coach in the Oklahoma area instructing the sport of beac h volleyball.

 

Along with 12 yrs coaching experience at the high school, USA V national club, and NJCAA, NAIA, and NCAA Div 1 collegiate levels, he has served as team clinician for one of the largest junior clubs in Kansas City and has conducted numerous team and individual skills clinics for both high school and collegiate coaches and athletes. 

 

His playing experience of over 12 years of national level indoor adult club volleyball includes competing at the USAV AA/Open Championship level where he led teams to 7 USAV regional titles in the Heart of America
and OKRVA associations.  He has competed in the Mens Open Division 5 times at the USA Volleyball Adult Championships and was invited to tryout with the USA  Mens National Team. 

 

Outdoor he has competed in some of the biggest Midwest sand/grass series tours and tournaments throughout the Midwest competing against pro and semi-pro athletes.  His first exhibition match was against the then winningest team in beach volleyball history, Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos.

 

Overall, his technical understanding of the game is based upon years of studying both the indoor and beach game as taught by  the top national and international level coaches and athletes. He cites Marv Dunphy, Bill Neville, and the late Jim Coleman as his top influences in the sport.