6 Surprising soccer tips from professionals
Mar03

6 Surprising soccer tips from professionals

The best way to learn about a game is to pick the brains of professionals. Here are 6 Surprising soccer tips from professionals, that can really make a difference to your game. Just play the game you love – You will develop the most if you play just because you love the game. The most important thing is enjoying the moment. Secondly look at Improving skills and fitness, studying tactics, and setting goals. No excuses – You...

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Cut Costs and Buy Affordable Soccer Equipment with These Tips
Feb23

Cut Costs and Buy Affordable Soccer Equipment with These Tips

Wanting to step your game up in soccer does involve buying better equipment, but that’s not always affordable. There’s a lot of temptation to buy the best of the best when it comes to men’s soccer cleats or equipment. Competition is high, so how does the amateur find good equipment without breaking the bank? Here are some tips. Trust Brands Specifically, trust brands that have established presence in soccer. Nike, Diadora and adidas...

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Recovery for soccer players
Feb11

Recovery for soccer players

During soccer season there will be times when there will be games every few days. During tournaments, there will be games every day for as many as three days. Soccer is a demanding sport and being able to perform again soon after a game has just completed will mean taking recovery seriously. With a proper recovery plan, any player will be able to recover faster, train harder and perform at a higher level for longer. Here is a...

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Testing your fitness levels for soccer
Feb01

Testing your fitness levels for soccer

Soccer players are complete athletes. To maintain peak performance throughout an entire 90-minute game, soccer players work on every aspect of their physical capacity. The training covers endurance, speed, agility, strength, and flexibility. Here is a quick look at some of the targets for each aspect of fitness: Endurance The primary requirement for endurance is a good aerobic base. However, since a soccer players transitions from a...

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Heading in Soccer Linked to CNS issues
Jan28

Heading in Soccer Linked to CNS issues

The latest research indicates that heading the ball in soccer may be more than a minor sub concussive event. The study shows that heading the ball and unintentional head injury during play are both associated with central nervous system symptoms like pain and dizziness. The author of the study author Michael L. Lipton, MD, Ph.D., professor, Departments of Radiology and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College of...

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