Sokol Volleyball of Houston trains and develops volleyball players. Our systematic approach to skills acquisition has produced some of the best players in Texas since 1993. At Sokol Volleyball, we are solely focused on developing players' volleyball skills and preparing them to play at a higher level. Sokol Volleyball is not affiliated with any club, public or private school - this allows players the freedom to gain new volleyball skills and broaden their knowledge in an open environment.
Since 1981, Debbie Sokol has coached and trained every level of player from elementary school though the collegiate ranks. She artfully shows players the most effective and efficient path to better skills, techniques and understanding. Let us show you how good you can become, and call us today!

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  • It's TEAM Time! Sokol Volleyball will be taking a short break from June 28 - July 12 and when we return, we will be ready to help you get in shape for your season and your tryouts. Beginning July 13, our group lessons will teach you the fundamentals of Serving, Passing, Setting, Hitting and Defense. Every player will be coached individually in a small group atmosphere. Experienced players will enjoy the pace and repetition under a watchful eye, with plenty of feedback to maximize their session. Follow these links to find out more about our training and the registration process. Space is limited so act soon! See you on the court, where the good get better!Lesson CalendarRegistration Process
    Posted Jun 25, 2016, 10:49 PM by Debbie Sokol
  • Bounce Back Players often ask, "How do I bounce back from an error?" And I tell them, like anything else, it takes practice. Training your mind and controlling your thoughts and emotions can be just as demanding as learning a skill like hitting or serving. Great players know and understand the powerful nature of negative thinking. They know that it can impact their own game and the game of those around them. Understanding its power and respecting that, will inspire you to look for new ways to bounce back from that next error.
    Posted Jun 24, 2016, 10:01 PM by Debbie Sokol
  • Serving - Keep it Simple Serving is one of the first skills young players want to learn. Often it helps them make their first team, because every coach loves a consistent and powerful server, especially at the young levels, where serving can often dominate a game. There are many different serves, and many reasons to know how to serve, both from the floor (standing) and from the air (jumper). Once you master your serve, concentrate on velocity, zone serving, and of course consistency. Serving is one of the simplest skills in our sport, and with a little effort and lots of mental concentration, you will find success.
    Posted Jun 24, 2016, 9:57 PM by Debbie Sokol
  • From The Mouths of Babes I think kids are so honest, about so many things, but especially about how they feel. At a young age, kids experience the world with a bright, new intensity through sport. In turn, their parents experience a bright, new world too, but it is important to keep in mind that this world does belong to the child. Find out what kids think about how their parents watch their sporting events. It may surprise you!
    Posted Jun 24, 2016, 10:23 PM by Debbie Sokol
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