Let’s bring the “fun” in Soccer Practices

When you think of routine, the first thing that comes to mind is boring.
Fun and routine does not exactly go together like peanut butter and jelly or mac and cheese right? 😀

In soccer, as well as any other sports, we need to establish a good routine to build a good soccer foundation for our young players. The question is, how do we do this while keeping our young players engaged and at the same time enjoying the practice sessions?

Today we are pleased to have Coach Karl Dewazien with us as he shares tips and techniques about how to bring fun to soccer during practices for the kids.

Attention Private Coaches.. this one is for you!

You are a single coach trying to build a business. You are conducting sessions everyday and at the same time working on your business. How can you grow this business into a level where you feel it is worth your time? After all, you can only do so much with your limited time.

Does this sound like you?

We sat down with Coach Sasikumar of Sports Business Mentor and the good news is that they have discovered the simple solution that would propel your sports coaching business to the level you want without the work you hate!

Watch this video to find the answer. And… you’re welcome 😀

Common Soccer Coaching Problem ~ Solved ~

What is a soccer coach’s indispensable tool when devising tactics and strategies with his team?

The answer is … a soccer board.

A soccer board is a great coaching aid that helps give the players a visual in regards to showing them formations and patterns of play during a game.

I am sure most of us coaches here have all gone through the frustration of losing the magnets and pens when we need them most. 😀

Well, I have great news for you guys. We at SocrPro found an answer to this most common coaching problem.

Watch this video as we chatted with NLTactical Board as they discuss a very simple but genius solution they came up with to solve this most common (and annoying) soccer coaching problem.