Posts Tagged With: soccer

Practice Curriculum for 13 & 14 Year Old Soccer Team

September 13th, 2016

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Tweet Over the last couple of weeks I have covered a practice curriculum for nine & ten year olds as well as a plan for elevens & twelves, along with a few reminders to keep in mind during your practice time. Now it’s on to the thirteen and fourteen year olds. What I can’t stress enough is that the curriculum […]


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Practice Curriculum for 11 & 12 Year Old Soccer Team

September 6th, 2016

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Tweet In last week’s post, I covered a practice curriculum for nine and ten year olds, along with a few reminders to keep in mind during your practice time. Now it’s on to the eleven and twelve year olds. As previously stated, the curriculum below may be too advanced, it may not push your team […]


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Practice Curriculum for 9 & 10 Year Old Soccer Team

August 29th, 2016

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Tweet The fall season is nearly upon us so I have included some curriculum ideas for each of the age levels. 9-10 year olds will be the 1st of 3 age group curriculums. I will be posting the 11-12 and 13-14 year old plans in the coming weeks. Of course, listing these out is a somewhat fearsome […]


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Getting the Most Out of Your Training Session

June 20th, 2016

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Tweet Being an accomplished player now requires that you take on another level of responsibility for yourself as an athlete. It is no longer enough to sheepishly admit to your coach that you are not fully ready for training, and that you have not made any investment in your own development besides the formal training […]


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Comparing Coaching Methods

June 6th, 2016

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Tweet As we approach another season of coaching, I thought it would be appropriate to have a discussion on coaching methodology.  How we choose to teach has a huge impact on the player’s development. At the young ages, our main goal should be to instill a high level of enjoyment for the game, and to […]


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Spring Season Training Ideas

May 24th, 2016

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Tweet One of the challenges of coaching during the Spring season is the fact that with many of the players, you have been together all year long. The Fall went by quickly, and we had to endure all of the rain and increasingly cold weather. Then, it seemed as if we were indoors forever! Now, […]


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