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Brandon Koons Soccer Drills 2-Pack

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  • 27 exercises you can use to train technique, develop team play and produce the high repetitions needed to improve finishing skills
  • Learn how to test the fitness level of your team and how to implement fitness training into your program
Finishing: Individual and Team AspectsFinishing: Individual and Team Aspects
with Brandon Koons, Otterbein University Head Women's Soccer Coach;
2010 NCAA D-III Final Four; 6x OAC Conference Champs; 5x OAC Coach of the Year; in 2010 Koons' squad was the nation's top-ranked defense with just four goals allowed in 24 matches

A team that can consistently finish well will consistently perform well!

Six-time NCAA Tournament qualifier Brandon Koons provides a broad spectrum of exercises and games that will put your players in position to be successful when they have an opportunity to score.

Coach Koons explains and demonstrates the necessary fundamentals to improve ball striking technique. Your players will see improvement in the power and accuracy of their shot as they improve their preparation (stance and footwork in relation to the ball) and their striking technique.

Individual Exercises
These exercises, which can be done with a small or large number of players, provide shots on goal and high reps. The exercises begin with simple juggling exercises and progress into more complex shots.

Team Exercises
Coach Koons takes the individual exercises and advances them into fast-paced small-sided games (1v1, 2v2, 3v3, from crosses). These games will help your players get comfortable shooting from a distance and finishing from all angles in game-like situations. Players often panic and stop thinking when they get near the goal and consequently make bad decisions. When players are shown how to make good decisions in the attacking area, it will help them score more goals. You'll learn how to adjust the exercises to increase or decrease the level of pressure on players to finish.

In addition, you'll learn how to get more repetitions in each practice by simply adding a finishing component to your warm up.

This DVD provides an essential progression from individual technique to team concepts and adds in the high reps that will help your team make the most of its scoring opportunities on game day.

75 minutes. 2013.

Fitness Concepts in SoccerFitness Concepts in Soccer
with Brandon Koons, Otterbein University Head Women's Soccer Coach;
2010 NCAA D-III Final Four; 6x OAC Conference Champs; 5x OAC Coach of the Year; in 2010 Koons' squad was the nation's top-ranked defense with just four goals allowed in 24 matches

Make soccer fitness fun and relevant to every day training and game situations.

Coach Brandon Koons, owner of three NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, breaks down his fitness program and shows you how to implement fitness training into your practices (when, how much, etc.) and ultimately how to field a well-conditioned team.

Fitness Testing
How do you know if you're team is physically prepared for the season? Fitness testing allows you to see if your team is ready to take on the season ahead. Koons provides five fitness tests you can use to measure and track the fitness levels of your players. Watch as Koons conducts each test, giving you great insight into how you can run the tests with your team.

Warm-Up Exercises
Players put themselves at risk of injury if they don't prepare themselves properly for practice. Through the use of dynamic exercises, Coach Koons shows many different types of activities that he has created to simulate a game-like situation. Most of the warm-up exercises he shows involve players getting touches on the ball. You'll see how to perform these exercises in pairs, which helps synchronize movements, improves the quality of the repetition and enhances team concepts. He also has his players demonstrate a pre-game warm up without a ball.

Adding Fitness to Common Exercises
Often times as a coach you are limited in the amount of time you can spend with your players. Having exercises that develop two pillars of the game simultaneously is extremely valuable. Koons shows you how to add a fitness component to some commonly used soccer exercises. This allows you to get two benefits from a single exercise. Koons shows several different small-sided games that are fast paced and provide for many touches on the ball.

Players don't enjoy fitness but once you add a ball they focus on the exercises and improve their fitness without realizing it.

Throughout the video Koons provides coaching points and ideas for adjusting the exercises to help achieve the desired outcome. You'll also see overload principles to change the dynamics of your exercises.

Soccer players also need to give attention to many types of conditioning: Strength training to win challenges and keep players safe from injury, speed and agility for quick reactions, endurance to meet the high running demands of the game, recovery, and much more. This video addresses many different facets of soccer fitness and will help you field a physically fit, successful team on game day.

102 minutes. 2013.

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