Customized Curriculum Private Lessons
Our customized curriculum is designed to address each soccer player's needs, regardless of age or ability level. These classes are geared to strengthen core fundamentals while addressing areas for improvement.
Each private lesson provides a comprehensive plan and intensive one-on-one training session.
Customize Your Private Lesson
Pick from the following topics below you would like to work on so we can provide a comprehensive plan during your one-on-one (or 2:1) session. If there are topics that are not listed below, please let us know in the additional comments.
1 Approach–the art of setting yourself up for the shot
2 Rotary Momentum–getting that big swing with alignment through the stroke path
3 Scoring is an Attitude–harnessing the critical velocity needed to score
4 Transcend–go from shooting in the backyard to actually shooting in a game
5 Passing–technique from approach to follow-though
6 Distribution–the Art & Science of connecting teammates
7 Trapping/Receiving–never let the ball pop away, the most underrated of all skills
8 Juggling–improve two-footedness and soften ones “touch”
9 Fun–impressive Avila juggling tricks
Tune-up for Try-outs
10 What to expect, often overlooked day of the event details
11 Standing out, how to bring attention to your abilities
12 Sport Ethic–unwritten codes of the game that coaches expect
13 Leadership–body language and mindset of a competitor
14 Eyes on the ball–why kids swing and miss a lot
15 Coordination–minimizing the fight against ones own balance
16 Stay on your feet–does every tackle end up with your kid on the ground?
17 Load bearing–shifting body weight using smaller, quicker steps
18 Vector defending–working in tandem with another defender
19 Defending is an attitude, no-fear confrontations
20 Foot/hip placement–techniques of winning the battle of leverage
21 Slide tackling–injury free going to ground
22 Marking opponents tightly–many players really have a problem with marking not defending
23 Jockey and delay techniques–cat and mouse defending can often disrupt the opponent
24 Playing through the ball versus ball-watching–how to be aggressive
25 Explosive high speed open field
26 Stopped in tight space maneuvers
27 Possession moves to draw players in
28 Creating the appearance of quicker feet
29 Rhythm breaks moves confuse opponents
30 Line Theory–using and manipulating angles to beat players
31 Transverse plane moves: for slow player who like to dribble
32 Combinations: slalom-type moves w/ flair & elegance for inspiration and confidence
33 Moves to use when fatigued
34 Rotary momentum moves
35 Avila video moves
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