Tagged: sport specific training

Soccer Skills, Specificity, and Safety

Soccer is a sport the requires technical ability, speed, and precision. It requires a sharp mind as well as a fit body. Let’s take a look at a number of soccer skills required to truly become a great player.

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Long-Term Consistency Trumps Short-Term Intensity

One of the most common questions we get is “can you get my son/daughter in shape for X sport in 5 or 6 weeks?” The answer is yes, we can get to see some small improvements in 5 or 6 weeks because the child has not been overly active as of recent or are coming out of a […]

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Attaining Your Sport-Specific Training Goooooooooals

Soccer, or football as the rest of the world calls it, is far more than just the most popular sport on the planet – it’s a religion and the World Cup is their biggest, most sacred holiday. In today’s post we pay homage to the World Cup by offering up a few soccer inspired workout tips […]

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How Youth Athletes Can Gain a Competitive Edge in their Sport

Youth sports are becoming more and more popular—and demanding! Long practices and seasons are beginning to take their toll on kids and they are losing time practicing and playing as a result. So, what is a young athlete to do to stay competitive?!

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Correcting Form, Technique, & Posture to Prevent Injury

By Lauren Kaderabek, Elite Sports Club-West Brookfield Personal Trainer The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) found a 45% increase in exercise related injuries between 2007 and 2010. The NEISS estimated number of exercise-related injuries in the United States in 2012 was 459,978.

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