The May 2016 Issue of Amplified Soccer Training Magazine includes a webinar presentation from Dan Abrahams. This is a preview of that presentation. Get the Issue Today for the full hour long presentation and more! The May 2016 issue of Amplified Soccer Training Magazine features ideas on the future of soccer coaching, periodization, speed development, psychology, soccer drills and more training resources to take your game to the next level.
Content contributions come from some of the top professional training, nutrition, mental game and fitness leaders in the industry.
By Dan Abrahams, a global sport psychologist helping people to high perform. Dan’s recently released "Soccer Tough 2: Advanced Psychology Techniques for Footballers" introduces soccer players to more cutting edge tools and techniques to help them develop the game of their dreams.
The best, most successful soccer coaches are the ones who look beyond the tactical, technical and physical components of the beautiful game. They are the ones who put the player at the heart of their coaching culture.
In this hour long webinar soccer psychologist Dan Abrahams introduces delegates to some of the philosophies, strategies, tools and techniques he has created through his work with the leading clubs, coaches and players in Europe. Dan believes that every coach will develop players quicker and win more games by putting the psychology and social aspects of soccer at the heart of their coaching. Dan introduces delegates to his psycho-social model of coaching and discusses the powerful ideas that lie within. Dan is passionate about de-mysifying psychology for soccer players and coaches, so all concepts introduced are simple and practical and can be incorporated into your coaching culture with ease and immediacy.
- The incredible benefits of seeing soccer as a game of mindset
- Re-defining talent to expand your talent pool
- Developing a simple toolbox for creating player confidence
- Creating powerful pictorial metaphors for relentless performance
- Fast acting self-regulation techniques for players