Blog Archives: June, 2018

Tips to make the girls high school soccer team

Published on June 30, 2018

The summer and high school off-season is where the decision is made as to whether or not your daughter will make the high school team. (If your daughter isn’t to high school age yet, save this post so she can refer to it when the time comes) Whether  | Read More » |

Injury Risk Factors for Girls Soccer Players

Published on June 28, 2018

Injuries suck, right? The last thing we want is for your daughter to be out with an injury. Not only is getting injured physically painful, but more than anything, it is mentally painful. Having to sit on the sidelines and watch your team have fun is  | Read More » |

Soccer Tournament Nutrition for Girls Soccer Players

Published on June 18, 2018

Tournament season is upon us! Your daughter has to be prepared to play 2-3 games in a day, usually in the heat. If she is going to feel and perform her best, she needs to plan and prepare her nutrition to fuel her body during the tournament. Nutrition  | Read More » |

The Dangers of Comparing Yourself to Others: Social Media

Published on June 11, 2018

If your daughter has social media, she needs to read this. This post strays slightly away from soccer, but I feel is important to talk about in a time when social media is such a huge part of our lives. Read on… We live in a time where social media  | Read More » |

Why Girls Soccer Players Need to Commit to Training this Summer

Published on June 7, 2018

The summer is the most important time of the year for player development. Over the past few years, summer is when I see the most growth with the soccer players we train. In the fall, your daughter’s teammates and coaches will know exactly how your  | Read More » |