Soccer drills for parents continue this weeks soccer training.
Some parents are showing interest in this sport because of their children, and some parents want to get back in shape and stay in shape working out at home.
Parents who lack the skills to follow this soccer training session should slow down and do things at their own pace.
All the soccer drills done in my training are not very difficult to do at a slower pace. Set your own pace, get in shape with soccer at home.
Younger players should repeat each soccer workout 2-3 times. Get creative with the soccer drills and time the exercises.
This week's soccer drills for parents combine cardio, ball control, and strength training.
Below are two soccer training workouts and can be done anywhere. I started working out at home during the Covid19 Pandemic Quarantine, which grew into writing and keeping track of the soccer training sessions I did at home. Structure and plan is what I always missed when I was a younger soccer player, so I decided to make some structure and training programs for others.
These soccer drills can be used by anyone who wants a structured plan to exercise at home, backyard, park, garage, or elsewhere.
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This Tuesday started with 5 - 10 minutes stretching before getting into cardio and training running technique. I used a cone to add a little more difficulty to the exercise.
Following cardio, I plan on doing lots of dribbling and touching the soccer ball before finishing with strength soccer drills.
Thursday starts with a stretch, something I always do as I got older.
I especially stretch my lower back and have no more back pain. I start the workout with the usual cardio, building up to working with the soccer ball.
All of the soccer drills for parents are 60 seconds depending on the fitness and skill level.
Set your own time that makes you tired.
The last four exercises complete the training session with strength soccer training: Core, Upper Body, Quads, and Lower Body Strength and Stability.
There are 23 soccer training exercises in both of these workouts.
Lots of touches, sweat and hard work.