The Beach Volleyball Rating (BVR), powered by iDrills, is a metric system that analyzes a beach volleyball player’s physical characteristics.
The BVR consists of 3 major beach-volleyball-specific categories with 15 assessments to define the quality of physical characteristic. Our professional assessment will identify where you stand with your current physical capabilities and identify areas of improvement as you expand and develop your game.
Your BVR constantly changes through your development and training. Our system is able to show you what areas you've improved in and which areas need work physically and technically. The BVR metric determines with precision what areas have improved after training.
The methodology is for any gender, age, or group. Each player tested receives a detailed BVR report. Using the BVR, players can quickly compare and contrast their performance with Olympians and professional beach players.
Section 1 - Genetic Scores Section
We have 5 assessments that clearly paint the picture of what you can bring to the game based upon your genetic heredity from birth.
Section 2 -Explosive and Strength Scores section
Phase I - We created a mix of 4 jump tests that portray how you are jumping technically and physically. Our methodology assess your static jump, counter movement, drop jump, and volleyball hitting step close to precisely identify areas of excellence and areas for improvement.
Phase II - We assess your upper body strength using a specific volleyball component and cutting-edge equipment.
Phase III - We assess your footwork speed through a mat that is able to calculate the speed of your feet moving laterally, as well as the height your feet have to move from the ground in order to generate movement.
Section 3 - Movement Quality Scores section
Our professional metric system brings assesses your hip, ankle, shoulder, and thoracic spine mobility. This section is able to identify and prevent injuries based upon on limb asymmetries, internal and external rotation of the shoulder, and Y balance equipment protocols.
Section 4 - DISC Profile
The DiSC profile is a non-judgemental tool used for discussion of people's behavioral differences. This cientifique tool provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and adapt their behaviors with others
Section 5 - Beach Volleyball Rating Report
The BVR assessments has high correlation between reduction in injuries because of exposure of players' weaknesses and strengths. Furthermore, high correlation between chosen assessment and its physical needs on the beach.
Quickly compare and contrast athletes with past Olympic medal winners and professional players.
Identifies talents through scientifically methodology and cutting-edge equipment.
It is the measurement tool for USAV youth developmental program.