Drills of the Week

Here are your weekly top training drills from our friends and partners from the past week. This week's drills feature Trainer Gorres' favorite drills for soccer using the fit light reaction trainer, a multi-faceted technical training drills from Beast Mode Soccer, a V-Roll Four Cone Drill from Become Elite and a wall passing drill from YFutbol to work on your athletic balance, ball control, first touch and turning. As always, make sure and follow them for more!

Also, don't miss our recently released December "Off-Season Training" Issue of Amplified Soccer Athlete full of all of the resources that you need to make this your best off-season ever.


Here are Trainer Gorres' favorite drills for soccer using the fit light reaction trainer featuring Yael Averbuch, Heather O'Reilly and Whitney Engen

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Try this multi-faceted technical training drill from Beast Mode Soccer


Work on your ball control, first touch and turning with this wall passing drill using a racquetball court from YFutbol


Work on your footwork and tight space dribbling with this V-Roll Four Cone Drill from Become Elite



Are You Doing Enough During the Off-Season?

“There are three types of people in the world, those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened.” – Mary Kay Ash

Many athletes are now in the off-season portion of their soccer season and while the off-season is definitely a great time for rest, recovery and reflection, it is definitely not the time to kick your feet up and backtrack on all of the gains you made this past season. You could argue that off season training is the most important phase of any conditioning plan. Not only does it help athletes recover physically and psychologically, it can be used to address some of the physical and technical imbalances that are inherent with playing competitive soccer.

Most professional athletes have the advantage of getting professional trainers to plan their off-season training program for them. Most everyone else doesn’t have that luxury. That’s why we’ve worked to put together some resources in our December "Off-Season Training" Issue specifically to help you get better during the off-season. Find out more