Most importantly you need to be working to become a better Soccer player each and every single day. If you think you’re “good enough” you’re wrong. Make a commitment to improve in some way every day and you will be on the road to Soccer success.
If you want to become better you should be looking to improve all areas of your game not just a select few: Technical Skill, Physical Fitness, Mental Toughness, and Tactical Understanding.
As a highly skilled All-American, Former Professional level soccer player from Orlando, Florida, Matt has worked with soccer players of all levels – from other professional level and All-American players…to total beginners of all ages that are just learning the game.
Why do so many people come to Matt for help…and why do his students absolutely rave about him and his methods?
It’s because he get the results they’re looking for!
And what he has done for THEIR soccer skills, he can now do for YOU.
…because in an effort to reach out and help even more of those aspiring soccer players who could benefit most from his training method, Matt introduces you to…
…a breakthrough soccer training program that has helped thousands of players all across the world take their soccer skills to new heights…
First of all you need to start training on your own – work to improve the basic ball skills, dribbling, shooting, passing, and ball control. Example: Dribble a ball around the house, practice your passing and shooting on a wall for 10 minutes a day.
Work to improve your fitness: strength, power, speed, acceleration, endurance, and flexibility. Example: every second day do 50 push ups, 100 squats, and 50 sit ups …. go for a run every morning, gradually increasing your speed each time.
Next you need to always give your best effort on the field. Remember you only have one chance to play that game so leave it all out there. Make a promise to yourself to be the hardest working player on the field, every time you step on the field.
You should also start watching professional Soccer at least 1 game per week, you can learn so much from pros. Don’t just watch the ball, watch specific players and watch what they do both on and off the ball.
If you’re really serious about seeing those improvements your talking about pick up my Free Training Guide and complete the Beginner training program at the end of the book. I promise if you stick to it and give your best effort each day you will see changes in your game. You can get that Free Training Guide as well as weekly tips and updates by filling out the form on the right side bar of my website, I will post the link in the resource box.
I want you to write back after you have completed the program and tell me about your improvements. Best of luck and keep me posted on your progress.
For all power and strength- both in shooting and running (speed) you will want to perform a weights training program involving plyometrics. If you’ve never done these before you will need guidance to avoid injury.
But just to help out- basic exercises involve squats, deadlifts, lunges, etc. If you search these you will find heaps of information.
For skills- get down to an oval as much as you can. Skills training isn’t very tiring if your alone and you will be surprised how much your touch and skills improve by simply juggling, doing agility runs with the ball through set cones etc.
Then of course you will need to practice shooting- curling shots are a totally different skill to lacing a ball- power. So practice both of these. If you want more in depth info let me know.
Now let’s hear what Matt himself has to say about this popular training program that’s already been snapped up by more than 10,000 soccer players worldwide:
Hi, I’m Matt Smith…
And I’d like to tell you a little of the story behind this new soccer training program, so you can clearly see what sets it apart from the rest…
…and why most of my students go so quickly from struggling, frustrated, not the player they want to be … to becoming confident, consistent, excited, and highly skilled soccer players.