TRAINING / PROGRAMS

COMPLETE YOUR GAME

Training should address the needs of the whole player, including not only what they do and how they do it, but when they apply it. The best time to engage in extracurricular training is when you notice a player taking steps on his or her own to get better. Does the player pick up a ball on his own, without prompting? Does she seek out opportunities to use a ball?

Soccer training that is driven by the player is not only more effective but ensures that s/he maintains love of the game. If this fits your needs, explore our training options below.
If you are serious about growing as a player and building confidence, look no further. Training is tough but fun – I advanced my soccer career and kept my love of the game, which is really important if you’re going to play in college and beyond.

- Rachel Lazris, 2015Howard County Player of the Year, Dickinson College Player

PLAYER RESOURCES

Many resources exist online for players looking to build foot speed and confidence. If you’re looking for some thought-starters, the videos below provide a good starting point for players of all skill levels.


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