I am happy that you’ve visited my corner of the internet!
Welcome to wonder of volleyball, a place to learn about playing volleyball, volleyball players and what it takes to be successful volleyball parents!
The mission and vision of wonder of volleyball
The mission and vision of wonder of volleyball is to be a trustworthy resource for beginner volleyball players and all volleyball parents to navigate their paths successfully.
When it comes to a beginner volleyball player, there are so many challenges involved.
From learning the game, understanding their role in the team, knowing the requirements of the role, practicing, trying out to get into a competitive team, to playing the sport itself, the list goes on!
Parents are crucial for any child’s life and if your son/daughter wants to play volleyball or already playing, then the challenges are multifold. From understanding the game yourself, taking them to practice sessions, spending time with them day in and day out to see them play well and succeed in the sport they love, to encouraging them during the tough times require significant effort.
Sure, there are tons of information available about learning volleyball and how to be a successful volleyball parents.
But there aren’t many resources that truly address the challenges faced by beginner volleyball players and to help parents successfully nurture their kid’s volleyball aspirations.
I want to fill the gap through this blog, and I hope you join me in the journey!
I am Hari, the person behind running wonder of volleyball!
I’ve started this blog to write about my passion for volleyball, helping beginner volleyball players learn this wonderful sport, inspiring and interesting volleyball players and their achievements and providing my thoughts on being a supportive, encouraging and successful volleyball parents.
I was in my 8th grade when I started playing volleyball. Since then, I am obsessed with the sport.
I truly believe that playing volleyball teaches you many things which not only helps your team to win matches. Rather, the lessons are for life. Playing a team sport like volleyball will help you develop cooperation with your team members, clear communication during match time, understanding the overall personalities of your team members and so much more!
You can carry forward these lessons in your life and be a successful person and player as well.
Am I a parent?
NO I AM NOT A PARENT.
Then how can I write about being an encouraging, supportive and successful volleyball parent and why should I do so?
I am glad to answer this possible question!
First, it is pretty important to be a supportive, encouraging and successful volleyball parent for the player to grow, develop and achieve great things in the sport.
Second, during the playing days, I’ve learned a ton of lessons about being a volleyball parent by interacting with them and watching them from close quarters. I am completely aware that it won’t be equal to being a real parent or a sports parent, but hey, even if I can inspire one person with my content, I’ll be really happy!
I want to share all the knowledge I’ve learned and inspire people through this blog!
Come join with me in this journey!
10 fun facts about me
- I love pancakes and cupcakes. Especially if they are vanilla flavor. Are there anybody who don’t like pancakes and cupcakes?
- I love all kinds of celebrations with a cake and a candle.
- I am a foodie. My heart fills with joy when I get to experience new dishes and cuisines. Raise your hand if you are a foodie too!
- Apart from watching and playing volleyball, I love tennis. There are so many exhilarating elements and feelings you get to experience when you watch a tennis match. And if you happen to play this sport, the experience you gain out of every single match is truly awesome.
- I feel joy in growing chickens. Watching them run around is a great fun experience.
- I prefer to live in suburban and countryside areas. The hustle, bustle and the noise of the city life isn’t for me. Sure, city life has its benefits. But, there are many charming aspects of living in a suburban/countryside area!
- No, I am not tooooo obsessed with money. Sure, having more than enough is nice and provides a comfortable life, but pursuing it all day everyday makes a very boring life in my book.
- I value friendships and having my own family more than anything.
- Water-themed games were my favorite during my childhood days.
- I am an English literature grad.