Volleyball sports performance...only for the ELITE.
Watch Khat Bell Train for the May 2017 Korean Draft. Trained by Coach Victoria Thomas (click video to play).
Khat Bell, arguably, is one of the most explosive volleyball players to-date. Early in her career, Bell recognized herself as an athlete that could play -- and excel at -- just about any sport. It was around 8th grade year when Khat began her technical training in volleyball, transforming from an athletic volleyball player to a pure volleyball "beast" on the court. The rest is history.
At just 16 years-old, the Texas native represented the United States at the 2009 FIVB Girls’ Youth World Championship in Thailand. as a member of the U.S. Girls’ Youth National Team. A 2010 Under Armour High School All-America First Team selection and a ranking as the No. 2 recruit nationally by PrepVolleyball.com followed closely, making Khat a recognizable name in the sport of volleyball.
Khat went on to dominate at University of Texas, playing every position her coach required of her -- all while racking up numerous accolades: Three-time AVCA All-American, four Big 12 conference championship rings, 2013 Volleyball Magazine Second Team, 2012 COBRA Magazine Defensive National Player of the Year, three-time All-Big 12 First Team honoree, and the list goes on.
Upon graduation from University of Texas in 2015, Khat was drafted to GS Caltex, a top tier volleyball club in South Korea. There, Khat is recognized as one of the highest paid professional women's volleyball players in the sport's history. Upon a successful season, Khat was contracted to play with the Puerto Rico -Carolina Giants, immediately after her season with Korea ended.
Bell understands the importance of, and vitality in, technical training and conditioning for volleyball.