Personal Training Sessions

Advanced Training to Develop an Elite Player

About the Program

With the ever-increasing quality of the youth player in the Community, it has become self-evident to every young player that if one wants to succeed, not only will one have to become the best in their immediate environment, but also become the best their already obvious potential can achieve. The program will work on Technical, Tactical, Personal, and Physical contents of Soccer, and Mental Development of the game that is specific to their age. Kindly see the examples below on what I will teach your child.


  • $80 for a private session
  • $40 each for a two person session
  • $30 each for a four person session

Please make checks payable to PCI (Positive Coaching Inc)

Our Focus

  • Scientific player development for boys and girls of all ages
  • Preparation for high school tryouts
  • Preparation for college soccer
  • Scientific game analysis and one-on-one feedback for players with games and/or tournaments

Training Plan & Goals

  • Controlling and continuous work with the ball by all allowed (legal) body parts with speed and resistance.
  • Mastering passing the ball with the inside and outside of the both feet on the ground and in the air.
  • Mastering passing the ball with the shoe laces in the air and on the ground with both feet over short distances.
  • Developing and mastering and stimulating own fake and dribbles.
  • Mastering various turns/change of directions.
  • Learning move for going past an opponent with the ball.
  • Shielding the ball with and without resistance.
  • Mastering the throw in.
  • Learning various ways of taking a penalty – Technical and Mental aspects.
  • Basic and advanced techniques of heading the ball. With and without resistance.
  • Shooting at goal from various angles.
  • Learning the correct way to tackle.
  • Positional Covering of the field in length and width.
  • Being available for the ball (runs or positioning; at least two options) Correct supporting angles and distances.
  • Winning the ball back. (Interceptions or tackles)
  • When defending, how to make the field small and giving support (come inside/ ball side/ goal side)
  • Learning the one-two/wall pass/give and go combinations.
  • Good cooperation between goal keeper and defenders.
  • Defenders to learn how to make themselves available for the goalkeeper (runs, positioning)
  • Individual tactics e.g. shielding the ball, when to pass to an opponent etc. Being unpredictable
  • Players to move forward in attack and or drop off as a team.
  • Players to move forward in attack or drop back as a team. Strategy or varying philosophies in a game.
  • Play from own position/zone (e.g. pick up the runner who comes into the zone)
  • Learn to play different positions
  • Positional play: 5:2, 2:1 and 3:2
  • Many small sides games 4v4—8v8
  • Marking goalside, most dangerous man
  • Learn not to run into the offside trap and how to solve it (midfield runner, one-two)
  • Learn the techniques for taking free corner kicks, free kicks, kick offs
  • Learn how to run off/away from the ball (deep)
  • Improving a good running technique and co-ordination
  • Jumping with one or two legged take off
  • Maintain and improved flexibility
  • Fair play. Sporting attitude and respect.
  • Learning to deal with winning and losing
  • Emphasis on working as a team. (Together every one achieves more)
  • Learn communication. Player to player, player to coach.
  • Learning to how to deal with making a mistake. (E.g. missing a penalty in a competitive game)
  • Learning to deal with negative comments made by friends, parents, coaches, away or home supporters
  • Learning what it means to be fully committed.
  • Always remaining coachable.
  • Accept leadership roles and rules. (coach, players and coaching staff).
  • Accept decisions made by others like referee and adults.
  • Learn to be critical of one’s own performance.
  • Listen to your own body and be able to report injuries.
  • Learning the rules of the game.
  • Maintenance of training kit, boots and playing and changing areas.
  • Learning to deal with injuries and taking proper rest.
  • Learn general rules of social behavior and club rules.
  • Learn to use equipment during training, games and tournaments.
  • Learn to read the game by watching games live or on television, learning playing systems
  • Talking about international games. (incidents in the game) Learning to think the game.
  • Take care of your body: hygiene, nutrition and injuries and know how and why.

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