Activities of the Technical Seminar for Liberos in progress in
TIJUANA, Mexico, December 2, 2016 – The activities of the
International Technical Seminar for Liberos began officially at
the FIVB Norceca Regional Development Centre in Baja California,
The theoretical and practical sessions started at the
Multisports Building of the Baja California High Performance
Centre, where Cuban instructor Ruben Sainz Rodriguez and Norceca
authorities participated in the opening ceremony.
On behalf of the Norceca Confederation President and FIVB First
Executive Vice President, Cristobal Marte Hoffiz, as well as the
General Director of the Development Centre and head of the Baja
California Sports Institute, the Development Centre Operations
Director, Alberto Arreola delivered a special message.
“The position of Libero has made a revolution in the game and it
has become more spectacular. Many of you have enough experience
when taking several seminars and also as coaches in your teams,
so we hope you can get the best of this course,” Arreola stated
who was accompanied by Jacqueline Montes, who is in charge of
the training programs at the centre.
“This is a two way seminar. It is not only my role to expose and
present the information. Feedback is very important as well as
the exchange of opinions and experiences from your side,” Sainz,
who also made the official opening declaration, expressed.
Ruben Sainz Rodriguez was born in Cuba and is specialized in
Volleyball with a Bachellor in Physical Culture and Sports. He
is also certified as Level 2 Instructor and has a vast
experience of more tan 30 years. He also has mastered in Sports
Training Theory and Methodology.
Once a National Teams coach of Guatemala, where he resides, has
also taken courses in Sports Management sponsored by the Olympic
Solidarity Fund and the Guatemalan Olympic Committee.
In his native land, Cuba, worked as Volleyball High Performance
coach for 20 years and since 2005 has served as International
Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Instructor with very remarkable
results in Latin American countries.