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Children who participate in soccer camps learn important social skills such as leadership skills or the ability to connect with others and make friendships as well as reduce the risk of becoming overweight or obese, reduces the risk of heart disease, cancer, and even type 2 diabetes later in life. Read here for more information!read more
Can you remember when you played on “that” team when you were younger?
This team is the one where you either won or lost every game of the season but still had an awesome time. The long bus rides, the crazy stories, or the goal that no one thought he/she would score. The team where you created life-long friends from.read more
While there is a lot of running in soccer, there are other aspects of fitness that are equally important. Most of them are related to cardiovascular training (e.g. jogging, running, and sprinting, etc.)
But there may be a key aspect of fitness we are overlooking or missing in soccer – core training.read more
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