If you have a question on soccer strength and conditioning, chances are, I’ve answered it already.
With over 600 articles on published on my blog and other websites, there isn’t any shortage of tips and information for you to dive in and take action.
But what’s funny is, I still get emails in my inbox with questions like this:
“Can you provide some quick tips on in-season training?”
“Can you give me your best hip exercises for girls?”
“Can you give me a sample off-season plan?”
“Can you tell me the best core exercises for my youth players?”
“Can you solve climate change?”
Besides climate change, I have all of your questions answered on my platform. While I appreciate the emails and am grateful people seek my advice, I encourage people to do their own research first, as the information out there is endless.
Truthfully, I started this blog back in 2015 because I loved talking about strength training, soccer strength and conditioning, and youth athletic development, all while making weird pop culture analogies to Beyonce, Lord of the Rings, and Game of Thrones.
Not to blow sunshine up my butt, but I pride myself in writing thorough, in depth, yet easy-to-understand articles for coaches, parents and players.
I’m forever thankful my words have impacted and helped many across the world, and I will continue to provide quality content for everyone.
Without further ado, here are my articles categorized based on the problem or question you may have:
Build Faster Athletes
Empower Female Athletes
Don’t Eat Like Crap
Build Strong Hips And Core
Become Strong As Hell
Train Your Athletes Hard During Off-Season
Be A Better Human
So what do you do after you have sifted and read through all of these articles?
Do you still have questions? Do you want to evade the quick tips and actually be held accountable? Do you want to invest in your youth athletic development? Do you want me to hunt you down and break into your house if you aren’t sticking with my online coaching program?
If the answer is a hard “yes,” HERE is a link to my online coaching and consulting services for a heavy touch, high accountability program. One thing: I don’t just take on anyone. You need to have an insatiable desire to train, receive feedback and guidance, and check in weekly, so you get an immense benefit out my coaching services.
If you want a done-for-you program with light accountability, get the Total Youth Soccer Fitness Program.
If you’re wondering where I have an article on in-season training, I don’t yet. But here’s the thing: in-season training is a huge beast that needs meticulous load monitoring, programming, and week-to-week tweaking by a coach.
Hope the wealth of resources helps.