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Friday, March 20, 2020

The Real Useful Corona Challenge (at home workouts for footballers) Presented on US Sports Net by Volt Athletics

For today's 45 minute workout, you will need two towels, and some water. We're focusing on an upper body pull workout you can do in your living room!

In a time like this it’s easy to panic but the next few months could be your greatest opportunity, While other players are declining, you can use this time to get ahead of your competition as well as staying healthy. 

 How we use our time is the one thing we can control in times like these. Use this time wisely because you can make more gains now, then possibly in any other time of your life.

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Professional American soccer player Matt Smith founder of this product. By creating this product his goal was to help people who wants to sharpen their skills, and in general become better players. So, if you're thinking that this might be for you let me tell you what will you get if you purchase this product and if it's worth buying.




If you purchase the program you will gain access to the entire system on the official website, modules you can buy separately. The Matt Smith training program consists mainly of the workbook and a video giving an overview of the product.

You can read the PDF e-book online or download it. Then you start watching modules (4 in total).

Module 1 - You will learn the right way to train and get thousands of quality touches on the ball to quickly improve your touch and feel.

Module 2 - You will develop some amazing soccer moves. You'll know exactly where to be to be a game changer, get the ball more, and make plays that will frustrate your opponents and make your teammates respect your soccer ability.

Module 3 - You will start mixing in the skills you have learned in modules 1 and 2 with even more advanced skills and moves. You will literally have the skills and tools you need to beat any defender and become the best player on the field every time.

Module 4 - You will learn defensive and offensive ways to play on the field and soccer moves.

This training helped a lot of people and in general it's quite useful for every serious soccer player fan. But, if you're not willing to put in any work, and you think you can just sit on the couch and magically get better at soccer... keep dreaming! Becoming a great soccer player takes work. So, it's up to you, if you think you can put effort to this training then why not buy this product and try it, but on the other hand, why waste your money if you won't take it seriously. Anyway, I'm sure that this training is far better than practising on your own by doing same things over many times and not getting better, but neither this training could make you good player overnight.You have to give time for it, go through every step, and in the end, become much better player.

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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Okay We Have Some Sports Today: Chivas vs. Toluca | EN VIVO | Jornada 10 | LigaMX Femenil CL20 Live on US Sports Net Presented By BBcom!

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Soccer Strength, Conditioning, and Nutrtion
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  • Sport-Specific Conditioning For Soccer: Train Like A Pro!
    Here's a closer look at the components of fitness and suggestions to organize your high-performance training.
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    Scientific research concerning the nutritional needs of soccer players has been scant. Fortunately, new investigations are being conducted, and the up-to-date research suggests that soccer players should eat and drink like marathon runners!
  • Training A Soccer Player: The Basics.
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    There are three major systems available for the production of energy in the muscles: the ATP-PC system, the anaerobic glycolysis system, and the aerobic system. This review of studies will give a good indication of what systems are used the most. 

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Angela Ziganshina College Soccer Recruiting Video, Class of 2021 and Sport-Specific Conditioning For Soccer: Train Like A Pro! Presented on US Sports Net by Game Planner Pro

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Sport-Specific Conditioning For Soccer: Train Like A Pro!



Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, with a growing number of soccer enthusiasts and players world-wide. Here's a closer look at the components of fitness and suggestions to organize your high-performance training.

Sport-Specific Conditioning For Soccer: Train Like A Pro!


Soccer (also known as "football") is widely accepted as one of the most popular sports in the world, with a growing number of soccer enthusiasts and players worldwide.
Despite this fact, strength and conditioning programs for soccer are often neglected or outdated. Except at the professional level, many athletes and coaches still focus only on skill development and endurance training (i.e. running), and ignore the other important elements of fitness such as:
  • Strength and strength endurance training
  • Speed and power
  • Flexibility, warming up and cooling down
  • Agility training
  • Nutrition
Athletes of other popular sports such as hockey or American football typically understand the importance of a complementary strength and conditioning program (especially off-season) to improve their performance, but it seems that some soccer players don't believe that elements such as strength or power development are necessary for their sport. This couldn't be farther from the truth.
In this article I will take a closer look at the different components of fitness involved in this sport, and then suggest a simple way to organize your high performance training program. I will not be discussing skill development in this article.

Endurance In Soccer

A soccer fitness program should be built around developing a good aerobic base. Several studies into the physiological demands of soccer have shown that outfield players can travel up to 13 km or 8 miles during a 90-minute game.

Outfield players can travel up to 13 km or 8 miles during a 90-minute game.
This places a significant demand on the athlete's cardiovascular system and muscular endurance. Having said that, I believe this is one aspect of training that is already over-emphasized in this sport.
It's not uncommon to hear of soccer players running for at least an hour at a time several days per week in an attempt to improve their performance on the field. However, if you start to analyze the 'sport-specific' requirements of the athletes, you will realize that they are actually engaging in varying intensities of activity for different durations while playing, including:
  • Walking
  • Jogging
  • Running
  • Sprinting
  • And in various directions.
Incorporating interval training into your program, that involves high and low intensities of activity, will provide better results than long duration, low intensity jogging alone.

Strength In Soccer

Strength is an important component of fitness that can benefit athletes in any sport, although it is often viewed as of little importance in soccer. However, strength forms the basis for power and speed. Soccer players also need strength to hold off challenges from opponents. Other benefits of strength training include:
  • Injury resistance
  • Leaner body composition
  • Faster metabolism
  • More energy
  • Greater explosiveness
  • Improved balance, stability, and agility
  • Faster recovery
High level soccer players don't need to have the same absolute strength as American football players or rugby players, but a properly designed 'off-field' strength training program will definitely elicit improvements in performance! Relative strength is more important in soccer than absolute strength. Relative strength is simply your absolute strength in relation to your body weight.
Your strength training program should focus on compound, functional exercises (such as lunges, squats, step ups, pushups, dips, chin-ups), and take into account balancing the strength of opposing muscle groups (i.e. quadriceps vs. hamstrings).
Don't waste your time training solely on machines, and avoid useless, non-functional exercises such as leg extensions. The majority of your exercises should be ground-based, using bodyweight or free weights as resistance, and should involve movement of your full body.
Train all the major muscle groups, with emphasis on lower body and core.

Speed and Agility In Soccer

Another significant component of a soccer fitness program is speed and agility training. The speed of play in today's game is quicker than ever. While endurance and strength are very important to improving your performance, faster players have a definite competitive edge. You may have better endurance than the next guy, but if he makes it to the ball first it won't matter that you can run marathons!
A simple speed test is a sprint more than 30 yards from a standing start. You can try this yourself and have someone else time you. A sprint time under 5.0 seconds is good. Professional players average around 4.0 seconds.
Power is the combination of strength and speed. A more powerful player is a more formidable player. To improve your speed and explosiveness you should include power movements in your program, such as jump squats, high pulls, power cleans, and push presses, as well as plyometric drills .
Because it is important to have speed endurance, I recommend incorporating these exercises into a circuit training program with high intensity intervals. A typical workout would alternate between power movements for lower body and upper body, with plyometric exercises as intervals. You can conclude your training session with sprint drills and agility work (such as the 'ladder drill').

Flexibility In Soccer

Another important aspect of fitness to discuss is flexibility. Maintaining a healthy range of motion can be beneficial, however, few people understand the most effective methods of stretching or when to use them. Many athletes still do passive stretching before their workout or practice, when actually this can diminish performance and increase risk of injury!
The safest and most productive way to integrate flexibility training into your routine, is to do a dynamic warm-up (walking lunges, bodyweight squats, high knees, butt kicks, arm circles, etc.) before a workout, practice or game, and then spend some time stretching at the end.
Also, a better alternative to static passive stretching is static 'active' stretching (using your own muscular effort to hold the position). Read my article "Stretching: The Long and Short of It" for more information.
Complete Soccer Training Program

Nutrition For Soccer

I won't get too deep into the subject of sports nutrition here ... that's a whole other article. Suffice it to say that what you eat will directly effect your energy levels, recovery, performance and health. Here are some basic tips to consider regarding your diet:
  • Drink A LOT more water.
  • Eat 4-6 smaller meals / snacks each day.
  • Eat after exercise, not directly before.
  • Each meal should include: Protein, fuits and vegetables, Whole grains
  • Starchy carbs (i.e.: pasta, potatoes, rice, bread, grains, etc) should be eaten after exercise, or the night before a big game, but otherwise reduced in your diet.
  • No sugars, pastries, junk food, pop, chips, alcohol, tobacco, etc.
  • Don't eat before sleep.
  • Take fish oil daily.

The Program

Here is a simple way to organize your training, on and off the field:

Off Season:

Your off-season weekly gym program should include two strength training days (superset opposing muscle groups using functional exercises) and a speed/power day (explosive weightlifting movements in a circuit, with plyometrics as intervals), in addition to your athletic skill training/practices on the field.
Do some agility work and sprint starts at the end of your speed/power circuit. Then include 2-to-3 endurance/cardiovascular training sessions each week as well, running for about 30 minutes with short sprint intervals and hill running ... not just long endurance runs.

In Season:

For in season training, just reduce your training volume and cut back to only one strength workout and one speed/power workout per week. You can adjust the number of endurance training sessions as well, depending on the number of practices or games you have each week.
Adjust Your Training Depending Upon Practices Or Games.

Conclusion

Keep in mind that this is only a basic overview of high performance training for soccer. For a complete program design, and detailed explanation of these exercises, go to www.SoccerAthletics.com. It is a complete and comprehensive resource for soccer athletes. If you are in the Toronto area, you can contact me regarding group high performance training. Also check out my other related articles at: https://goto.bodybuilding.com/5NDB9.
I expect that you have found this article informative and that I have adequately explained why serious soccer players need to follow a sport specific conditioning program. My hope is that this will help you reach your athletic goals by training like a pro!

About the Author



Josh Hewett


Josh Hewett


Josh Hewett is a personal trainer and strength and conditioning specialist with Top Form Fitness. He also coaches and competes as a strongman.

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Drew Weaver - College Soccer Recruiting Highlight Video - Class of 2021 Presented on US Sports Net by Game Planner Pro!

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JonathanBornstein

The Secret to Soccer Defense

by Jonathan Bornstein
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Learn game-tested defensive techniques directly from the experts who have used them to achieve victory on the field in this detailed instructional course. In The Secret to Soccer Defense, MLS all-stars Jonathan Bornstein and Jimmy Conrad bring you defensive tips and drills they picked up playing the game professionally for so many years.

Topics covered include tackling, defending, clearing, footwork, and much more. Book this course.....

The Coach

Jonathan Bornstein

MLS Rookie of the Year
About Jonathan Bornstein:
The No. 13 isn't so unlucky. Jonathan Bornstein wore it while playing defense for five seasons for Major League Soccer's Chivas USA team. In 2006, Bornstein won MLS Rookie of the Year honors. Bornstein also has played for the USA National Team, including in the 2010 World Cup. He is now a member of Tigres in Monterrey, Mexico, a club in the Mexican Premier League.

About Jimmy Conrad:
Jimmy Conrad’s importance to the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer is underscored by the fact he played every minute during the 2008 regular season and postseason. That’s what happens for a player who is a five-time MLS All-Star, the 2005 MLS Defender of the Year and a finalist for the award three other times. During the 2009 season – Conrad’s 11th in MLS and seventh with the Wizards – he was expected to play in his 250th regular-season game.

The highly regarded Conrad has been a captain of the U.S. Men’s National Team and played in the 2006 World Cup. At UCLA, he was a member of the 1997 Division I national championship squad. He actively discusses MLS through internet writing and radio podcasts. Book this course........

Monday, December 9, 2019

Demitri Turner Class of 2020 Soccer Highlight Recruiting Video - Sophomore Year Presented on US Sports Net by Game Planner Pro!

Highlights from Boys ECNL, Virginia State Cup, Eastern Regional League, and South County H.S. Varsity. 1st Team All District, 2nd Team All Region.

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MartySchupak

Backyard Soccer Drills

by Marty Schupak

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Backyard Soccer Drills was filmed in suburban New York with a small group of five kids and one coach/parent. Continuing with the traditon of the Youth Sports Club and VideosForCoaches.com , nationally known youth coach and video producer Marty Schupak, has put together one of the most creative sports instrucitonal videos to date. This course shows some of the most fundamental soccer drills as well as some advanced skill drills. Using limited space and being creative using areas around one's house such as a deck, trees and even a driveway, this valuable tool covers many aspects of the game of soccer. The soccer course is appropriate for ages 7-18. Book this course................

The Coach


Marty Schupak

Owner of Youth Sports Club
Marty Schupak received his Master's Degree in Physical Education from Arizona State University. He has been coaching youth sports for over 20 years, produced over 20 instructional videos and authored many popular coaching books. Book this course................

Monday, November 25, 2019

Marvin Cadena - College Soccer Recruiting Highlight Video - Class of 2020 Presented on US Sports Net By Game Planner Pro!







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How to be A Great Soccer Coach



The success of a coach always draws the attention of the spectators far and wide, and everyone wants to know what a successful coach is doing to be successful especially when coaching has to do with handling about 23 different players who grew up in different geographical locations and with different characters. Soccer coaching, without any doubt, is a tough job, and to achieve success, you must have a lot of love for the game.
Coaching is much more than putting together a starting lineup or conducting training sessions. If there is any job that takes all of you, it is the soccer coaching job. A lot of coaches thriving don’t see coaching as a job, and that’s one of their reasons for success. They often see it as their life. Pep Guardiola, who is one of the greatest football (soccer) coaches, once said this “Players think about themselves while the coach thinks about them even when he is not with them.” And that’s the nature of the job of a soccer coach. You study opponents a lot, and you think about tactics; you think about the effective way of using each player, you think on how to make every player happy to ensure unity within the group, which is pertinent for success. The coach always has a lot to think about, and any lag in the job of a coach means the opponents are preparing better, which is what top coaches don’t want to see happen.
So, whether it is a recreational soccer team for young children or a World Cup champion national team, one person that you cannot do without is the coach and to become a good soccer coach, there are a lot of things that must be put in place. One of them is your knowledge of the game. Being a soccer coach is very demanding, and it takes a lot of preparation in studying and practicing.
Many may assume that a great player could be a great coach, but many great players have failed on the coaching platform. So being a great player helps you understand some things when you become a coach, but it doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be a great coach. There is more to being a great coach; you must tick a lot of essential boxes.
And the most important question is this, what makes a great coach?
You must have heard several coaches being praised for how they’ve helped their players improve, how they’ve made their team play brand new football. What qualities do these coaches have? What makes them so “great”?
Claudio Ranieri on winning the Premier League: “There are so many keys to this. Humility, the strength of the dressing room, they help each other at important moments, they play with the heart, the soul, they play 11. There was a good blend. And all these are not things you achieve overnight.
Here are some points you should look at on how to be a good soccer coach;
1. Be Professional




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Professionalism is the embodiment of what a coach should be. The competence of a coach must be seen by all and the coach must be able to transmit professionalism that he embodies to the players and the other staff he is working with. Part of professionalism is punctuality, the coach must always arrive early at training and in games, even before the players, this way you’ll get to set up the training sessions without wasting time.
Part of being professional as a coach is an act of taking further steps to improve your education, take time to evaluate yourself and your work ethics and be sure it’s what your team needs. Always make your players see the need to improve continuously, a coach cannot afford to leave a training ground satisfied, no matter how hard the lads have worked. Keep encouraging the lads, keep pushing them, they need that push to be the best version of themselves. Adequate preparation and Continuous education is what makes a great coach.

2. Be a Good Teacher
One important job of the coach is to teach the players how to be more effective. 
The coach must be able to access each player’s strengths and weaknesses, and he must take it upon himself as a duty to explain basics like passing, dribbling, shooting, and tackling to the players.
The coach must ensure that his team keeps learning and improving their skills daily. As a coach, always remember to give clear and correct instructions during the training sessions. You can’t coach the soccer players who don’t have any knowledge about the do’s and don’ts in soccer. In teaching soccer skills, remember “a picture is worth a thousand words,” so demonstrating the drills can be so much better than oral instructions.
3. Be Friendly but also know when to be stern and demanding




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The first thing that every coach must learn to establish is a great relationship with his players. Being friendly with the players helps you a lot in understanding their personality and how to get the best out of every one of them. This way, you could analyze their varied emotional and mental characteristics and develop strategies that could motivate them more accordingly. But remember you can get personal but stay professional. Friendliness is a means to an end, not an end in itself. When you are friends with someone, you won’t like to disappoint them, and that’s how you should make the players see it so they can always give their best always even though you’re their friend. Don’t go to the level where you become so friendly that you forget to be a demanding coach. Your friendliness should be a means to get top quality performances from your players. Don’t fake the friendliness so that you can get what you want, be sincere, and enjoy being with your players.
4. Always listen to your players




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Most coaches ever forget that they are humans also, and they often go to the level where they put every responsibility upon themselves. That will not only be draining, but it will shut your players out from you, and even if everyone knows you are making a mistake, they won’t say a word to you. Being the coach doesn’t mean you must always do the talking, listen more, and you’ll find more solutions. For the team’s development, ask your player’s view after every game. As the soccer coach, you must be a good listener because every person has his own brilliant ideas to share. Always encourage your players to speak out and take what they say into consideration. Make notes if necessary, and include some recommendations in your soccer session plan.
5. Good Communicator




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As a soccer coach, communication is very important. You must recognize the players’ performances and achievements; you must always be there to encourage them to do better and tell them to put more efforts when they aren’t doing so well. Commend them after every game. You must also be careful of words to use because a coach, your words are powerful, and it can have a massive impact on the players and the team in general.  Communication also includes your body language. Don’t be negative with your body language during training and matches. Even when things aren’t going so well, the players often look to the body language of the coach, always be positive.

6. Development




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A coach must always pay close attention to the player’s development. Each soccer player’s development is essential. As their coach and role model, you must teach them not only soccer basic skills, but also social skills like discipline, patience, determination, and teamwork. Always put as one of your goals the development of the team players.

7. Team Motivator
The coach must always be the motivator, and he must transmit positive energy always.  As a coach, you must develop activities in the training session that will help motivate each player to do better every game. Don’t forget to remind them their goals and missions on why they wanted to play soccer and create a winning team. Words of encouragement and ways for development are very useful. Understand every player and motivate them to do better even when they are doing well.

8. Ensure to be Adequately Prepared




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The soccer coaching job is very demanding, to enjoy the process and to avoid getting exhausted quickly, you must ensure adequate preparation. Don’t forget the perfect 5 P’s of preparation. Perfect Planning Prevents Poor Performance

9. Be the perfect example for your players
Being an ideal example to your players works like magic. Every team needs a soccer coach that is a good role model. Players need to look up to someone they think is worth emulating. Examine yourself and ensure you are that person. Live by the standards you require from your players.
10. lastly, provide a perfect environment for everyone in the team
The coach must always ensure to understand the atmosphere around the players at all times. Sometimes all that is needed for a great performance is a good atmosphere. Bonding is key to success, organize picnics to ensure proper bonding between everyone in the team. Don’t show favoritism to some while you sidetrack others. Let everyone in the team feel like a member even if they don’t make the first eleven selection.

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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Ryan Quiogue Soccer Recruiting Video Class of 2020 Presented by Game Planner Pro!



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Description

Soccer in the purest sense is a team sport - eleven individuals playing as one. That said, in the most fundamental analysis virtually every game situation in some manner or another involves a one-on-one competition —the player with the ball versus the opponent who is responsible for defending him or her. These mini battles waged between opposing players are vital links in the chain of events that collectively determine the outcome of the match. Improving a player’s ability to succeed in one-on-one situations is the primary objective of Soccer Skills and Drills Vol. 1. “Winning the 1v1 Match-Up” provides essential information and a series of exercises designed to develop and improve a soccer player’s “tactical speed” in the 1 v 1 situation. Tactical speed refers to the ability to consistently perform skills and make sound decisions under the match-related pressures of limited time, restricted space, and physical fatigue. All elite players and elite teams demonstrate a high level of tactical speed. Players can improve tactical speed through competitive training coupled with a clear understanding of the principles upon which players’ decisions and subsequent actions are based. Individual tactics deal with principles of attack and defense that are applicable in one-on-one (1v1) situations. 92 minutes.

The Coach


Dr. Joseph Luxbacher has been involved in the sport of soccer as both a player and coach for more than 30 years. A former professional player in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL), Luxbacher served more than two decades as the head men’s soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh where his teams won more than 200 times. Coach Luxbacher has twice been named Big East Athletic Conference Soccer Coach of the Year and has earned the “A” Coaching License of US Soccer. Book this course.....

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Caleb Greening College Soccer Recruiting Video Class of 2020 Presented by Game Planner Pro!


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Description

Learn game-tested defensive techniques directly from the experts who have used them to achieve victory on the field in this detailed instructional course. In The Secret to Soccer Defense, MLS all-stars Jonathan Bornstein and Jimmy Conrad bring you defensive tips and drills they picked up playing the game professionally for so many years. 

Topics covered include tackling, defending, clearing, footwork, and much more.

The Coach


Jonathan Bornstein

MLS Rookie of the Year
About Jonathan Bornstein:
The No. 13 isn't so unlucky. Jonathan Bornstein wore it while playing defense for five seasons for Major League Soccer's Chivas USA team. In 2006, Bornstein won MLS Rookie of the Year honors. Bornstein also has played for the USA National Team, including in the 2010 World Cup. He is now a member of Tigres in Monterrey, Mexico, a club in the Mexican Premier League.

About Jimmy Conrad:
Jimmy Conrad’s importance to the Kansas City Wizards of Major League Soccer is underscored by the fact he played every minute during the 2008 regular season and postseason. That’s what happens for a player who is a five-time MLS All-Star, the 2005 MLS Defender of the Year and a finalist for the award three other times. During the 2009 season – Conrad’s 11th in MLS and seventh with the Wizards – he was expected to play in his 250th regular-season game.

The highly regarded Conrad has been a captain of the U.S. Men’s National Team and played in the 2006 World Cup. At UCLA, he was a member of the 1997 Division I national championship squad. He actively discusses MLS through internet writing and radio podcasts. Book this course.....

Friday, July 5, 2019

Samantha Sierra - College Soccer Recruiting Highlight Video - Class of 2020Presented by Game Planner Pro!


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Description

Soccer in the purest sense is a team sport - eleven individuals playing as one. That said, in the most fundamental analysis virtually every game situation in some manner or another involves a one-on-one competition —the player with the ball versus the opponent who is responsible for defending him or her. These mini battles waged between opposing players are vital links in the chain of events that collectively determine the outcome of the match. Improving a player’s ability to succeed in one-on-one situations is the primary objective of Soccer Skills and Drills Vol. 1. “Winning the 1v1 Match-Up” provides essential information and a series of exercises designed to develop and improve a soccer player’s “tactical speed” in the 1 v 1 situation. Tactical speed refers to the ability to consistently perform skills and make sound decisions under the match-related pressures of limited time, restricted space, and physical fatigue. All elite players and elite teams demonstrate a high level of tactical speed. Players can improve tactical speed through competitive training coupled with a clear understanding of the principles upon which players’ decisions and subsequent actions are based. Individual tactics deal with principles of attack and defense that are applicable in one-on-one (1v1) situations. 92 minutes.

The Coach

Dr. Joseph Luxbacher has been involved in the sport of soccer as both a player and coach for more than 30 years. A former professional player in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL), Luxbacher served more than two decades as the head men’s soccer coach at the University of Pittsburgh where his teams won more than 200 times. Coach Luxbacher has twice been named Big East Athletic Conference Soccer Coach of the Year and has earned the “A” Coaching License of US Soccer. Book this course....

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