The I Got Skills Honolulu Summer Camp will focus on creative moves to deceive and get past their opponents. The camp is a lot of fun as players learn both simple and complex moves that will have them looking amazing on the pitch!
We bring joy to soccer as we teach our players to unleash their creativity and give them the confidence to play to their full potential. We offer a fun but structured environment that makes the players wan to keep playing, learning, and developing all day long.
May 30 – June 2, 2017 – Waialae Iki Park
4850 Kalanianaole Hwy, Honolulu, Hawaii 96821
Time: 9am to 3pm (Drop Off From 8:30am, Pick up till 3:30pm)
Who: All boys and girls ages 6-14 welcome
Attire: Proper soccer attire including cleats, shin guards, ball, water bottle, and sack lunch
* Includes camp t-shirt
** Limited Space available
Camp will improve the skills of all players from Beginner to Elite. Beginning players will work on fundamentals and Ball Mastery, while Elite players will be brought to a whole new level with advanced skills training.
Speed and Agility
Moves/Beating an opponent
Physical – Each day our players will begin with Speed and Agility training as players become stronger, faster, and more agile.
Technical – Making sure each player is pushed to improve the technique and speed, we work on their Footwork and Ball Mastery. Exercises utilize all parts of the foot including laces, inside, outside, toes, heel and sole.
Mental – Using games and scrimmages we challenge and encourage players to make better decisions based on the given situation. Teaching them to not just see what is currently happening but to control and predict what is about to happen.
Moves – The single most important ability in soccer is the ability to get past an opponent, not through passing, but straight up taking another player on. We give our players the tools they need to deceive opponents and get past defenders.
Confidence – A player always performs better when they have confidence. We help our players learn to mentally relax so they can focus on what they are trying to do, instead of worrying about making a mistake.
…I played against my friend who is also a tennis player now. We played in the finals against each other two years. Once I lost in the penalty shootout, but I scored mine. He scored his, too, but we ended up losing. In the following year, we crushed them in the finals…