If you are a girl and you play soccer, you can relate

To all girl soccer players out there – you are not alone.

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Post-soccer game recovery is essential for your performance

After playing an intense soccer game, it is often easy to forget about recovery. Long after you are off the field, your body is still absorbing the impacts of the game. Knowing how to take care of your body is essential to keeping your performance on par. Here are 7 of the best tips to help you recover after a soccer game.

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Individual Soccer Dribbling Drills

This is an individual beginner dribbling workout for soccer. Practicing dribbling will give you the ball control you need to move forward with the ball past defenders. To get past a defender, you need to carefully plan how you will throw them off balance in order to create a window of space for yourself. Forward speed will not help you in this situation; it is the combination of ball control, precision, and strategic planning that will give you the advantage.

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Soccer Heading Technique

Heading the ball is a useful and technical skill that takes a lot of practice and requires you to be fearless. There are many technical skills that go into heading the ball, which are described here. Once you master the skill of heading, it is very useful to apply in games.

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Soccer Passing Drill

What do soccer players do most often on the field? One might think shoot, dribble, score, or perform different kinds of moves. However, after watching a game of soccer, you start to understand what technique it all comes down to: passing.

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Soccer Agility Ladder Workout for Quickness

Here is a 10 minute exercise (using a ladder) to improve your overall quickness and reaction time on the soccer field. If you do not have an agility ladder then DO NOT WORRY! You can perform these same agility drills visualizing a ladder on the ground or using cones. This workout can also be performed with a group of people or individually. Remember agility is the most important part of your soccer game so work hard and stay focused.

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Soccer Agility Workout

This is a 10 minute exercise (using a ladder) to improve your overall quickness and reaction time on the soccer field. If you do not have an agility ladder then do not worry! You can perform these same agility drills visualizing a ladder on the ground or using cones. This workout can also be performed with a group of people or individually. Remember agility is the most important part of your soccer game so work hard and stay focused.

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Leg Exercises to Improve Your Soccer Technique

This workout uses weights and includes exercises that work cardio, thighs, glutes, abs, hamstrings, and calves. Don’t forget to perform a proper warm-up and cool-down to give your muscles maximum potential. Remember to stay hydrated and have fun!

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