Add these simple stretches to your warmup to prime your muscles and prevent injury! Stretching is an important part of both a warmup and a cool-down. There are two different types of stretching: dynamic and static. Dynamic stretching is stretching through movement. It is best incorporated in the warmup phase of a workout as it […]
When it comes to being active, it’s pretty much always a green light. The question is, what age is it beneficial to start technical training and what’s a safe age to begin strength or resistance training?
With the kids back in school and Halloween fast approaching, it’s a good time to take a little look at sugar. Being conscious of what we are putting into our bodies and giving our kids is the first step!
Soccer can involve a lot of sun exposure. Teaching sun-safe behavior, especially to children, is an important step in the fight against skin cancer.
Many of our youth athletes experience knee pain with playing soccer. Learn what it is, how to identify and treat.
Our favorite soccer snacks are fresh fruits and veggies! However, we realize that not everyone has time to cut up fresh fruit before kickoff.
General Daily Fluid Requirements: 4- to 8-year-old children need about 7.5 cups of fluids per day 9- to 13-year-old females need about 9 cups of fluids per day 9- to 13-year-old males need about 10 cups of fluids per day On high-activity days, the timing of hydration becomes an extra important factor. As general rules of thumb, […]
The “Chicken Legs” is one of our favorite moves. It combines the “Roll” and the “Step Over” for a combination that works great as a turn when a defender is at your back, or as a change of direction move when facing the opponent.
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