US Soccer Practice Session

How to Get a Practice Session with a US Soccer National Team Player

Imagine you get a one-on-one practice session with a US Soccer Women’s National team player for a whole hour. You work on a variety of soccer skills like heading, passing, shooting, volleying, chip passing… The training drills start at a beginner level and progress to elite….
That is exactly what I got to do the second…

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Soccer Christmas Gift

The Priceless Soccer Christmas Gift – Thankful Parents

Christmas brings to mind thankful parents that are very happy customers that gave a priceless soccer gift.
Parents that weren’t sure when they ordered what would happen when the gift was opened.
And when it was…
Their child loved it!
They played for hours and hours.
The parents were even more shocked by the enjoyment the gift brought their child.

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James Rodriguez World Cup Goal

How to Practice World Cup Soccer like James Rodriguez -VIDEO

The most memorable goal in the 2014 World Cup was James Rodriguez’s chest trap volley kick against Uruguay. To see the goal go to the 11:38 mark on the video below.

Being able to watch the elite players on this video execute such beautiful goals leaves you wondering – how do you practice amazing goals by…

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Skill Course

7 Tips to Avoid Boring Soccer Practices

Boring practices!?
Even though every coach tries to avoid them, it is the top complaint of players. And technical training is one of the most boring aspects of practices yet needs attention, especially at the younger levels where kids are just learning skills.
So how do you keep your players enthusiastic about practice while developing technical skill?

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World Cup Goal Game Winning Maro Gotze

How to Practice Mario Gotze’s Game Winning World Cup Goal by Yourself

This article will explain how you can practice the game winning goal by Mario Gotze in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Championship game with an ULTIMAGOAL.
The first thing you need to do is break down each of the technical skills he used to score the game winning goal and then how to do it from…

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soccer rebounder training

One Game Away from State in Soccer

The two boys high school teams that purchased ULTIMAGOALS this fall were both one game shy of making it to the state tournament in Milwaukee in Division 1 and Division 2.
I was hoping for a state championship from the team I worked with this summer but there was a silver lining in that they made…

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Which Player Are You

The One Big Problem Every Soccer Player and Goalie Has

Ever heard the saying “How you practice is how you play”. If you practice by yourself, you have a big problem…
… and it shows up at the worst time… when you are in a game.
Sure you can blow by defenders with your amazing dribbling skill… and you can do fancy juggling with the ball… but…

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It Happens ever time in soccer practice

It happens every time I do this in soccer practice…

It happens every time I do this in soccer practice…
The 1,000 Touch Workout
While it is great for developing skill and fast footwork, it has got to be THE MOST BORING thing to practice. Only players with a ton of determination and discipline will do it. Which means not very many at all. So if you…

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Get Your Child to Stop Kicking the Soccer Ball at the House

If your child loves soccer, you’ve heard the sound… thud… thud… thud… of a soccer ball against your house. It can drive you bonkers. And no matter how many times you yell at them not to do it… the sound comes back… thud… thud… thud…
You can’t blame your child. They want to be around the…

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Player practicing with ULTIMAGOAL

How to Be a Great Soccer Player

Two words sum up how to be a great soccer player = Maximum Repetitions. But how do you get maximum repetitions? You are not going to get them in a game – the average soccer player touches the ball once every two minutes. And you are not going to get it in practice – you may only touch the ball…

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