Afraid Your Child will Be Left Behind?

Afraid Your Child Will Be Left Behind in Soccer?

If you want to help your child succeed in soccer and life then this will be the most important article you ever read.

You will discover how to avoid the biggest mistakes the majority of soccer parents make, how to help your child have more fun, and how to do it with a fast, easy and simple solution.

How We Fail our Children

I understand the fear of having a child left behind. Being on the outside is something that has happened to all of us – sitting on the bench, getting cut from the team, being excluded from the group…

Then when our children get old enough to play sports and start competing, we want them to succeed and not experience the pain we did. We don’t want them to be left behind.

The tell-tale actions we take to prevent our child from experiencing that pain
• We take away family time to run our child around for more practices, more games, more tournaments.
• We have our child specialize in one sport at a young age.
• We get them extra coaching.
• And we scream from the sideline thinking we are helping them.

Stop!!! End the frustration for you and your child!

You don’t have to do any of the above. To help your child succeed in anything – sports, academics, life – you simply need to provide the tools, environment and encouragement they need.

Allow them to play freely, explore different sports, learn to love sports and enjoy an active lifestyle.

Give your child back their childhood… give them the ability to find things they are passionate about.

If your child is to reach the top levels in anything, it has to come from their desire. Kindling their desire can be difficult, however, especially if your child has low self-esteem. Their level of self-esteem will be visibly evident in how they do sports, academics, social interactions… almost everything.

The way to develop their self-confidence is to determine what they are struggling with and have them do skill tasks repeatedly while keeping it fun. As an example, if your child struggles with math you have them do flash cards over and over until it they get it.

The only thing is STRUGGLE is not FUN! The way to overcome that struggle is make the PROCESS of learning fun. I make it sound easy but it really is that simple.

Kids will do something if it has these four ingredients.
1. Fun
2. Challenge but not Defeat
3. Measurable
4. Execute – Do the New Skill

How do we make the PROCESS of learning fun for Soccer?

Simply, get a tool that your child can do on their own that makes it fun. If your child doesn’t have a tool, they are stuck juggling, dribbling and kicking against a wall which all three get boring… fast… unless you get an ULTIMAGOAL.

Parents across the country are amazed watching their children have a blast getting a ton of game-like repetitions. Touches that translate to almost immediate success on the soccer field.

Sound too good to be true? I agree!! If I didn’t see it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed it either!

In 3 weeks practicing with ULTIMAGOAL, my grand daughter went from ZERO goals the year before to scoring TWO in her first game and LEADING her team in scoring that year!

I saw my cousin’s daughter (my cousin and her husband never played soccer and know nothing about it) go from Rec Soccer her 8th grade year to making the Varsity High School soccer team as a Freshman, leading the team in scoring, making 2nd team all-conference and honorable mention at state… and all she did was practice 3 to 4 times a week, 10-15 minutes a time with ULTIMAGOAL.

ULTIMAGOAL is the fast, easy and simple solution to help your child develop every soccer skill in the comfort of your own backyard.

But what’s really cool is you can use ULTIMAGOAL for a variety of sports – basketball, baseball, football, volleyball, lacrosse and more (watch this video).

Now you can avoid having your child specialize in one sport, taking away family time to run to more practices, games and tournaments, getting them extra coaching and hopefully, you screaming on the sideline.

Now you’ll be able to sit back and relax… knowing your child has the confidence and skill to succeed on the field and in life.

All you had to do was create the right environment, give encouragement and provide the proper tool – ULTIMAGOAL.

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Be sure to watch this video to discover why your child will struggle reaching their potential in the current soccer system.

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