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A lot of beginners that come to me for training have a hard time juggling the soccer ball.  And since they have a hard time with it they decide its a good idea not to practice juggling.   Juggling is one of the best skills you can practice to help build your eye foot coordination and to learn how to improve your touch and control.   Some players juggle by kicking the ball the 10-20 feet in the air.  These players end up chasing the ball all over the field.   If you join one of my training groups one of the milestones I set for you is to get 100 juggles in a row.  If you are having trouble juggling the ball here is what I recommend.   A.  Juggle for 15 minutes every day. B.  Sit down and try and juggle the ball with one foot straight up and catch it.  Then do 2 in a row.  3 in a row.  4... etc.  See if you can get to 10 in a row. C... read more

Tutoring in the areas of physical education require availability of appropriate venues for the sport. We will need an available court for either sport (tennis, basketball, etc), or area to practice basic throwing, blocking, or other skills for self-defense, field sports, etc. Please have 1-2 adequate locations in mind before contacting me, as I may not know all viable locations in your travel radius. I am able to transport you if needed via parental permission if your under 18. (Specifics) Archery: Training in this art will require an adequate safety zone area. Martial Arts: This specific tutoring will not contain object damaging/breaking. Only rudimentary tutoring in lower belt training. Please note the style in practice as there are many styles from various cultures of Asia and Africa you may be asking for assistance with.

Being actively involved in high school soccer and basketball for all four years I know a little bit about the sports. I started soccer all four years and then basketball for three years. Fundamentals are key and I am hoping to help your children learn these tools in a fun yet challenging way. Please contact me if you or your children are interested!

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