Using proven coaching methods to teach effective tactics is important. Using those tactics to win is even better. This All-Access video showcases the University of Florida Women's training sessions. Each disc features a complete practice session and includes player-coach discussions on how to improve individual and team performance.
Disc 1:Key coaching points presented in this session include:
In this practice session, the coaching staff demonstrates effective ways to defend against your opponent's goal kicks and shows how to initiate the attack from your own team's goal kicks. Also included are teaching points on attacking and defending free kicks near the goal as well as tips on handling common situations that your players encounter during special situations.
Disc 2:Key coaching points presented in this session include:
The emphasis in this practice session is possession in the 4-1-4-1 formation. By building from small-sided games up to full-field training scrimmages, you learn how these coaching points apply to the 11v11 training scrimmage. You'll also see a limited space possession game that encourages quick touches and even quicker decision-making. The practice session progresses to a numbers-up, 7v3 possession game that reinforces the short pass possession game.
Disc 3:Key coaching points presented in this session include:
This practice session focuses on scoring and creating scoring chances. The coaching staff takes the team from technical skill building to full-team tactics as they train to increase scoring opportunities. The session starts with an efficient passing drill that improves first touch and speed of play. A session on individual and competitive heading follows. These skills are then rolled into a scoring game that incorporates technical skill drills into winning team tactics.
Disc 4:Key coaching points presented in this session include:
In the final disc in the "All-Access Florida Soccer Practice Series," the Gators' focus on possession and building up the attack through quick passing and even quicker decision-making. Coach Burleigh breaks down the game into small, manageable segments to prepare the team for fast, technical play. Two games are then used to keep technical play at a premium while encouraging the team to develop good tactical choices. See how the Gators' coaching staff uses these techniques in possession and attacking games. The 5v5 possession game develops the speed and accuracy required of a top NCAA program. The 9v6 game puts pressure on defenders while attackers learn to use space and visual cues to penetrate to the goal.
Help your team get a winning edge by covering important game-day details during your training sessions.
291 minutes (4 DVDs). 2014.
All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a "live" practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's why we created the All Access Practice Series of videos -- to bring the practices to you!
Maybe I went through the first pass too fast, but the advertising written list just didn't jump out at me. I will be able to use the warm up drills only after watching for several minutes. Best thing I can say is to my girls is that this is what Florida uses so quit complaining. A high level coach might get the ideas, but a mid level high school soccer coach like me will have to watch over and over to pick up the fine points as mentioned in advertisement. I will say that the coaching method agreed with the coaching clinics
where they say let the game do the teaching. Also new words as play soccer don't play the drill. A quick marker board description for the drills would have helped me. As for setting up for goal kicks, again a short explanation with a marker board of what the idea that are trying to accomplish would help. Something along the lines of "Championship Progression for Individual and Team Attacking" by Betty Ann Kempf-Townsley is a more what I need.
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