Youth soccer training program to get more familiar with the soccer ball, improve footwork, and get stronger.
This soccer training program provides the structure for daily training if the player is willing to put it into action.
I split up the workouts into Day 1 and Day 2 because I trained on Tuesday and Thursday.
Get creative with the use of the training plans. Depending on age and skill level, try combining workouts one after another. It takes 30-45 minutes to complete one repetition.
Have fun, and don't forget to stretch.
Don't forget to stretch out for 5-10 minutes before the workout.
You will need two cones or water bottles to start with training. The first three soccer drills of this youth soccer training program work on players footwork and coordination. Concentrate on quick steps and stay on your toes. Heels should not be touching the ground.
Heart rate is up, so fun with the soccer ball can begin with the next seven soccer drills with the ball. Focus on technique and slow down with any move you find difficult. Break the move down into smaller steps. Repeat until your body learns the movements.
Every youth soccer training program finishes with strength soccer drills using body weight. Here are five soccer drills for strengthening the body.
Day two starts with a regular stretching routine before moving into footwork and balance exercises to bring the heart rate up. Concentrate on footwork and technique first.
Today I planed lots of turns with the soccer ball. Break down any exercise that is hard to do into smaller steps. As long as you are touching the soccer ball, skills are building. Work ethic is one of the essential attributes of a great soccer player.
I am finishing Day 2 training session with six soccer strength drills using my body-weight for every exercise.