“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” -Andy Warhol
Issue 12 is now available – We’ve made it to one year!
It’s been a great first year. However, we’ve realized some areas we need to change and improve. Why are we changing? Change can be scary. But, change is good. Agility, as we all know, is a strength.
In talking to our subscribers and gauging who is reading the articles, we have realized that we need to put more coach specific content in our magazine. This comes as no surprise to us but has taken us a while to react. We will continue to provide the same amount of individual athlete training focused content but we also will now have coaching specific resources from leaders in coaching.
Additionally, the magazine is now currently only available as a downloadable pdf. We are reassessing the viability of the mobile/tablet app version. If you have a subscription through the App Store or Google Play for the magazine, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We stay committed to our goal to provide committed soccer players with a variety of content to support them in their training endeavors and coaches with the tools they need to assist them. We are constantly finding innovative sessions and drills from coaches and trainers all over the world that influence the resources on our digital platforms. It is our belief that there is no one right way to train; rather, the act of putting in the time and doing the work is what makes the biggest difference.
“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” - George Bernard Shaw
If a person, a team, a coach or a business keep doing the same things over and over again, they are bound to not find the success they could have or, at best, stagnate. As an athlete or a coach, the same applies. Seek out different training methods, different challenges or simply new ways to go about things. Amplified is here to help you do that
The March issue includes top training tips and resources to help you take your game to the next level from:
- Yael Averbuch, Midfielder for F.C. Kansas City
- John De Witt, Head Sports Performance Coach, Houston Dynamo Academy & Houston Dash
- Become Elite
- Ritchie Semple, Director of Football for LGC Events
- Cruz Coaching
- Soccer Awareness
- Optimal Soccer
- 1 v 1 Soccer
- And More....
A full table of contents is below.
Here’s to Agility and Amplifying Your Game,
Amplified Soccer Athlete
Full Table of Contents
3 Elements Vital to Technical Improvement by Yael Averbuch, Midfielder for F.C. Kansas City
Knowing the Score by Global Sports Psychologist, Dan Abrahams
Get Faster Over Shorter Distances by John De Witt, Head Sports Performance Coach,Houston Dynamo Academy & Houston Dash
Dynamic Footwork Workout - 4Cone Drill from Cruz Coaching
A Simplified Approach to Conditioning by Chris “Trainer” Gorres
How to Gain Muscle Mass by Matt Sheldon CEO/Founder of Become Elite
Improving Agility, Balance and Coordination through Ladder Training by Steve Myrland from Performance Conditioning Soccer
The Best Soccer Players Diet by Casey Ames, Head Trainer at Optimal Soccer
Six Ways Playing Angry Birds Space Has Made Me a Better Coach by David Mitchell of Lane Gainer Sports
The Power of Improvisation by Ian McClurg, Founder of 1 v 1 Soccer and UEFA “A” licensed coach
Silence as a Teaching Tool by Coach Reed
Alternative Match Warm Up from Ritchie Semple, Director of Football for LGC Events
Passing and Finishing Development Game from Wayne Harrison founder of Soccer Awareness