Lindsey Lampert grew up in Long Beach, CA and started playing volleyball at the early age of 7. After excelling at the junior level she earned full athletic scholarship and played Division I volleyball at the University of San Diego where she was named All-Conference in 2000 and 2001. She was named team MVP in 2001.
Lindsey has coached at the high school and club levels in California and Virginia. During her 2nd year at NVVA, her 15 Select girls team won the East Coast Championships in 2007 which earned them a spot at Nationals in Minnesota.
Lindsey currently coaches the 17 Select team for Northern Virginia Volleyball Association and gives private lessons in her spare time.
Hi, I am Lindsey Lampert with Northern Virginia Volleyball Association and today I am teaching you how to play volleyball. Right now, I am going to show you how to pepper. Peppering is a fun way to warm up, while incorporating some of the skills we learned today. In pepper, you will pass, you will set, you will hit and you will dig. So, basically the only thing you are not doing in the pepper is serving. As you can see Lindsey and Nicole are peppering behind me and they are using some of the skills we used today to warm up. Some things to remember while you are peppering is to call the ball and to be able to move your feet. The ball is not always going to go right to you and you may have to actually hit the floor at some points to get the ball up. Well, I hope you learnt some things today from watching these videos, now it is time to get out from behind that computer and play some volleyball.