The exercise room at Bonners Ferry High School was humming with excitement and action on Wednesday, day three of the Gold Medal Squared secondary school volleyball camp.
New varsity mentor Cynthia Cummings is a major piece of that buzz.
Cummings has been associated with volleyball a large portion of her life, playing in secondary school and afterward for Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. She moved to Bonners Ferry around six years prior to taking over as the Bonners Ferry High School JV volleyball trainer in 2020 and presently as the varsity mentor.
She is utilizing the chance to spruce up the secondary school volleyball program. She will probably begin new and roll out certain improvements. She needs to keep on expanding on the energy that has begun during camp.
The Gold Medal Squared camp, a cross country program that has planned far reaching four-day camp projects and gave preparing to mentors for more than 30 years, is one of those changes. Cummings was joined by mentors Jaidyn Blanchfield and Miles Holland for the term of the camp.
Gold Medal Squared burns through very long time helping volleyball trainers get drills, compose practices and manage group issues. The program covers the entirety of the essential abilities of volleyball, including setting, and gives definite meetings on both hostile and guarded frameworks.
“I like the procedures and style of the Gold Medal Squared program and need to apply that to the entire program,” said Cummings.
With a great deal of approaching green beans going to camp and just four returning varsity players, Cummings is tracking down that the progressions she’s making are functioning admirably. “They’re truly coachable, adjusting to an unexpected way in comparison to they’re utilized to.”
She will likely “set up another standard for the entire volleyball program so every one of the groups will be in total agreement.”
Cummings’ eagerness for the game is self-evident and it’s not difficult to envision her passing it onto her understudies. “I love this game,” she said. “I love playing it, I love showing it, I love every little thing about it.”