Blog Archives: July, 2018

How to make more of an impact in games

Published on July 25, 2018

If your daughter wants to continue to grow and play at the next level, it’s imperative I’ve that she be an impact player on her team. Here are 4 things that your daughter must do in games in order to be an impact player: 1. Be the hardest working  | Read More » |

The first step to becoming THE impact player on your team

Published on July 24, 2018

In order to make an impact in games, your daughter first needs to make an impact in practice. She can’t expect to lay low and go through the motions at practice, then turn into superwoman come game time. I’m sure you’ve heard the term “practice  | Read More » |

How sleep and nutrition play a role in injury prevention for girls soccer players

Published on July 18, 2018

The first thing your daughter needs to do in order reduce injury risk is to dial in her sleep and nutrition… how boring, right? Well, yes, it’s not the most excited topic in the world but it may be one of the most important. It’s always the little  | Read More » |

Why Female Soccer players are more likely to suffer injures

Published on July 18, 2018

Injuries suck and are far too common, especially among female athletes. When I was 12 years old I tore my ACL and had surgery at age 13. That injury put me out over 8 months.. 8 months of rehab, of watching practice and games, of getting out of shape… It  | Read More » |

How to strike down confidence destroyers

Published on July 10, 2018

Sometimes we’ve done all we can within ourselves to be confident… …but it just isn’t enough. A coach benches you for allowing a goal… You don’t make the high school team… There are several external factors that can play a role in  | Read More » |

3 ways girls soccer players can be more confident

Published on July 10, 2018

Alright, now it’s time to get into the nitty gritty of how your daughter can actually boost her confidence. Being confident comes from within and it must be worked on EVERY SINGLE DAY! Here are 3 ways that your daughter can work on her confidence  | Read More » |

How to become a better teammate

Published on July 4, 2018

Being a good teammate is often overlooked when it comes to the grand scheme of things. If you want to make a new team or play in college, you will have a really hard time if you are an awful teammate. People talk, and if word gets around that no one wants  | Read More » |

The importance of accountability for girls soccer players

Published on July 4, 2018

Psychosocial skill #3 that your daughter must possess in order to be successful is accountability It is important for her to realize that she is in charge of what does and what doesn’t happen to her. If your daughter isn’t accountable when it comes  | Read More » |