Soccer Drills and Lessons
Soccer Drills and Lessons developed and delivered by Raleigh and Wake County’s best soccer trainer, Coach Frank Pierce. The areas top players from CASL, TFCA, Wake FC, TUSA and XL Soccer have are learned through soccer drills and techniques taught by Coach Frank. Join us each and every Sunday morning, “Master your discipline, play with MasterClass.”
The soccer lessons taught by MasterClass lead to soccer development and improvement by using a unique and proprietary training program focused on the basic foundation of the sport. Each Sunday morning, Coach Frank and his team of former students turned coaches, deliver high quality instruction with the right balance of scrimmages and drills to fully develop your child’s soccer technique and IQ.
"Realizing how much work you have to do to be a good footballer is critical. It is so important to work every single day to be the best you can be. Remember, the European footballers generally touch that football 4 hours a day. Just coming to me on Sunday is just not enough. Every time you brush your teeth, you have to think about doing 15 minutes of TAPS and TOUCHES or WALL STRIKES. For me to look good as a coach and prove that I can make your child Rise Above the Rest, will only happens when the child is motivated and performs his homework each and every day. On Sunday’s, any child can ask me what they need to do that week, as each child is different in what they need to work on. I have the discipline to put your child above the crowd but I need your help.” – Coach Frank Pierce
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Athletic Trainer - Sports Conditioning
Athletic Trainer - Sports Conditioning: To improve fitness and sports performance, physical conditioning is often included in athletic sports and exercise training. Physical conditioning usually has multiple components, including power, strength, speed, balance, agility, coordination, and endurance.
Top Athletic Training Programs Near Me - Teams & Individuals
Top Athletic Training Programs for team and individuals are our focus. We will come out view and assess your teams or individual needs and build a custom programs that will maximize results. OFFERING PROGRAMS IN CARY, HOLLY SPRINGS, RALEIGH, DURHAM, APEX, AND SURROUNDING AREAS.
Generally, conditioning exercise is moving your body in such a way that it increases physical fitness and athletic skill. This decreases the risk of any sports injury. When working on conditioning we also focus the athlete's thought process. As you watch players looking sharp at the start of there game but begin to make mistakes as the game goes on. Athlete's minds generally slow down before there body.
Practicing moving and accelerating faster helps to condition the neuromuscular system to improve the firing patterns of fast twitch muscle fibers. Two variations of basic speed training are assisted and resisted speed training. Assisted training (also called overspeed training) helps to improve stride frequency. Resisted speed training helps to improve speed-strength and stride length. With over 90 percent of our athletes we spend a good portion of our speed work focusing on directional changing and explosive starts.
Strength training increases maximal force production. Assuming as a result, more force can be produced in the same period of time, strength training alone can increase power. However, it makes more sense to increase both maximal force production and the rate of force development. This can be achieved through power training. Both strength and power training are integral to improvement of speed. Power training is the amount of weight divided by time to move the weight. I want to give a simple exaggerated example. Athlete 1 is 250 lbs and he is going to run and try to knock you over from 3 yards back, but it takes him 3 seconds to move his body 3 yards. Athlete 2 is 200 lbs but will cover 3 yards in .5 of a second. Ahltete 1 will hit you with 83.3 lbs of pressure, while athlete 2 will hit you 400lbs of pressure. ***This is not the exact way we measure power, but will give you a general concept to understand how Power is a combination of strength and speed.
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