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The Easyvolley Philosophy

A way of doing for a way of being

Easyvolley is a sports club that develops the teaching of volleyball in the area, as a competitive team sport among young women.

This description of our business contains some key concepts of a line of thought that we share with those who join our company.


In today’s reality we are all subjected to a strong social drive towards individualism , however we believe that, in an evolved society, individualism is like a cancer that risks killing it . In fact, everyone is only concerned with fulfilling their own interests, even at the expense of the common good. Designing and developing challenging sports activities, which train young people capable of a broader and shared vision is the dream that prompted us to start the easyvolley adventure.


Easyvolley has chosen to deal with and spread volleyball as a team sport par excellence . In fact, the game action can only develop with the participation of all the components , well beyond the capacity of the individual. This sport is therefore only suitable for people who know how to develop the feeling of belonging in themselves and who are capable of altruism and participation .

We firmly believe that this sport can play a fundamental role in the maturation of young people , and especially of females who have no other valid alternatives to team sports, where they can compete and compete in a healthy and constructive way.

The development of the ability to feel an integral part of a group starts from the consideration of what everyone is able to bring in qualitative and quantitative terms to the group they belong to.

An authentic feeling of belonging will generate in the group a strength greater than the sum of the technical abilities of each individual athlete . Team sport needs this cohesion; on the contrary, the union of subjects characterized by individualistic spirits or behaviors fragments the group, weakening it well beyond the technical potential that can be expressed. In summary, an individualist person is not suitable for this sport.

For this philosophy to be credible and effective, however, it is important to support it with quality technical work.

In fact, Easyvolley pursues an educational and training purpose: to train athletes and competitive teams and this makes it a school of volleyball.


The quality of the work

Our company selects coaches with a high degree of competence and a teaching capacity appropriate to the age of the athletes, in order to offer a high standard of teaching.

Furthermore easyvolley commits considerable resources to the military in two regional championships (Serie C and Serie D), in the 2nd division and in all the youth championships. In this way young athletes can project themselves into a technical evolution and have the widest opportunities for growth. 

On the other hand, the athlete is expected to participate with intensity in learning the technique that this sport requires, to practice this activity with the intention of learning how to develop their skills, to organize themselves in such a way as to guarantee their presence. constant .

The pleasure of improving your technique therefore becomes the best reward for the effort you have to face in every hour spent in the gym. Observing, together with your coach and your companions, the technical evolution of your learning must be a point of reference and pride. 

Healthy competition

A team wins not only if it is well trained, but if it develops a healthy competition among all the athletes:

  1. every athlete will try to improve himself to overcome his own technical limits, In this regard we remember the words of Julio Velasco – a coach among the best in the world – who speaking of a winning mentality, affirmed that the first victory is the one against one’s own limits and defects: overcoming them is the real training. These must be faced with the awareness that they exist, without trying to prove the guilt or incapacity of others (“alibi”). Seeking alibis or discharging one’s responsibilities destroys harmony and prevents learning and growing with one’s group;
  1. The sense of altruism willallow the athlete to put his effort and his improvement at the team’s disposal, in fact the improvement of the individuals will stimulate everyone to improve ; altruism will also foster mutual respect: whoever competes in a healthy way respects the other, whether he is an opponent or a teammate;
  1. finally, the coach will make the choices in the name of the good of the team and the club towhich everyone belongs .


The ability to share

The match must be considered as the best technical and competitive expression that at that moment the whole group will be able to express, beyond the wishes of the individual . It must therefore be seen as a unitary expression in which all participate. The athletes on the field would not be the same without all the companions of the group with whom they technically prepare during the week’s training sessions.

The feeling of victory or defeat therefore belongs to the whole team and is the result of common work. The pride is to belong to a group in all its expressions: ” we won or we lost “ not “I won or I lost ” … “we played well” and not “but I didn’t play!”.

The ability to always use the “we” is an expression of maturity and the ability to share.

This maturity is expected to occur as soon as possible in all easyvolley athletes.

To conclude, our goal is to encourage the technical, psychological and relational growth of the athletes, in the belief that in this logic – relational and authentically altruistic – the self-esteem of the subject can grow more rapidly, as he will always find new challenges to improve himself. , on the other hand, positive feedback , in a climate where the limit will not be considered a defect, but an opportunity to improve and a vital objective for all.

easyvolley: a volleyball school for a school of life.