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COERVER COACHING

PERSONAL TRAINING WORKBOOK

Copyright Coerver Coaching 2008. All rights reserved

This book is designed to assist coaches and players develop soccer skills by using the Coerver Coaching method. For additional training tools and information visit www.coerver.com or contact: TR Stoneback at trstoneback@coervercoachingnw.com

This book, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form without written permission. Training methods by Coerver Coaching all rights reserved.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction and Mission Statement Endorsements COERVER Coaching Worldwide Goals and Personal Information How To Use Pyramid of Player Development Personal Recommendations Weekly Log Stretching Guidelines Individual Moves Personal Training Log I Personal Training Log II Personal Training Log III

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COERVER COACHING PERSONAL TRAINING WORKBOOK


Coerver Coaching
Coerver Coaching, the worlds #1 soccer-skills teaching method, and the programs international sponsor, Adidas, stand at the forefront of the youth soccer world today. With player camps, soccer schools, coaches clinics and educational products available across Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and Oceania, Coerver represents the most widely esteemed name in elite youth development. For over two decades, Coerver Coaching has focused on its comprehensive coaching program for young players, in the process becoming the largest and most respected soccer education program in the world, collecting an unmatched list of endorsements from national federations, professional clubs, star players and some of the games leading coaches.

Mission
The mission of Coerver Coaching is to provide the worlds best youth soccer educational services and products to its players through Coerver Camps, Schools, and Coaches Clinics. Coerver wants to make the benefits of Coerver Coaching available worldwide through its network of Coerver Coaching licensees.

Our goals are to:


Develop skilled, confident and creative players Make the game fun to practice and play Teach good sportsmanship and respect for all Value winning but no more than character and performance Utilize the latest methods & technologies Create a professional environment in which young players can develop Provide a safe & educational experience for all participants at every event
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ENDORSEMENTS

"It is essential that players 15 and under get the best teaching available so we can develop a higher standard of player for the future. In this regard I admire the Coerver Coaching program very much. It is an important part of our youth development at Arsenal." - Arsene Wenger, Head Coach, Arsenal "Coerver Coaching helps us produce the kind of technical players that can give our teams the winning edge. I first brought Alfred Galustian (Coerver Coaching International Director) to work with the French Federation regional coaches 4 years ago, and the results and reaction since have been excellent." - Gerard Houllier, Head Coach, Lyon; Former Head Coach of Liverpool and France; Technical Director, FFF "I believe that youth coaches who attend Coerver Coaching courses will benefit from learning one of the world's leading coaching method and ultimately, this will help that country to become more successful." - Aime Jacquet, 1998 Coach of France World Cup Champions "We at Arsenal are strong believers in the Coerver Program; we want all our young players to be exposed to it, so we invited Alfred Galsutian (Coerver Coaching International Director) to be our Academy Technical Coaches Instructor." - Liam Brady, Arsenal Academy Director "I wish the Coerver Coaching Program had been available when I was young it would certainly have made me a better player." - Juergen Klinsman, World Cup Legend, Head Coach of Germany
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COERVER COACHING WORLDWIDE FAMILY

Coerver Coaching America Website www.coerver.com Coerver Coaching Asia Website www.coerver.co.jp Coerver Coaching Europe/Africa Website www.coerver.co.uk Coerver Coaching Oceania Website www.coervernz.co.nz
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Advanced Player Identification and Development

If youth players are trained using the most effective soccer training methods in the world starting at the age of 7 years old, they will develop the sound technical foundation necessary to become exceptional players. Coerver Centers of Excellence is a structured player-development program designed to foster a competitive environment for talented young players. This program will stimulate young players to develop at an accelerated rate while allowing them (and their families) to enjoy the benefits of continuing to play with their friends on their existing teams. Our Advanced Youth Development Training Programs have been adopted by many of the world's top professional clubs and national federations over the past 30 years. Clubs like Real Madrid, Arsenal, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, Newcastle United and Liverpool are just a few that have partnered with Coerver Coaching to develop their next generation of talented and exciting young players.

www.coervercoachingnw.com
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PERSONAL GOALS AND INFORMATION


NAME JERSEY # POSITION PHONE # EMAIL

Goals Individual Skills: Team: Future: (High School, College, Etc.)

COERVER COACHING PERSONAL TRAINING WORKBOOK


The Coerver Coaching personal training workbook will track your progress. The workbook is to be done everyday that you dont train with your team. You are allowed to have one day of rest a week; you choose when. This program has been designed to improve your balance, touch and ball control while measuring your attitude and motivation. This booklet keeps all your paperwork together. Please make sure to keep this book in good condition; it will be collected monthly.

How to use this workbook


Use a pencil instead of a pen just in case you make a mistake. Record the correct information in the correct column. Change the moves every now and then. For the juggles, write down your best score. Dont worry if you think your score isnt high enough. The main thing is that you improve with time. Please be honest. Spend around 45 minutes doing your training. This includes warming up, stretching and doing all the ball mastery, moves, and juggles. If you need to ask any questions, ask your Mom, Dad, a teammate, or Coerver Coach. Just be sure that you understand the correct methods and workbook.

COERVER COACHING CURRICULUM PYRAMID OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT


The curriculum is based on the premise that team play is mostly a sequence of individual and small-group competitions in different parts of the field; therefore our approach to improving team performance is focused on individual and small-group development, especially in the formative years.
-Alfred Galustian, International Director Coerver Coaching

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PERSONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
BALL JUGGLING Your ball juggling is an important part of the program, serving two important purposes: First, juggling gives you confidence to control the ball during the game. With ball control you can look around for options to shoot, pass or move into open space. Juggling also assists in developing what many coaches call feet for the ball. Juggling also serves as a motivational check of all athletes. For example, if you have 100 juggles this month and next month you have 200 juggles, then you have obviously been working hard. FLEXIBILITY It is important to develop good habits early in your soccer life. Your flexibility can be improved by stretching regularly, at least 15 minutes every day. Included in this workbook are guidelines and diagrams to help your stretching program. Correct stretching can assist by:

Lengthening muscle and tendon units Reduces muscle tension and therefore increases relaxation Preventing traumatic injuries Promoting blood circulation Enhancing performance

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SPEED, POWER, AND AGILITY Leg strength and speed are very important. The quicker and stronger you are, the easier it will be to take on players and even out-play your opponents. To improve explosive speed, power and agility you will be required to perform many exercises at home and during training. AEROBIC ENDURANCE Aerobic endurance means your ability to keep working during a game. Aerobic capacity is the ability to perform activities of long duration and to recover from short, intense efforts. This is especially important in soccer. Improving both your aerobic endurance and your aerobic capacity will mean that you can play harder for longer.

MAKE YOUR MOVE


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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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COERVER COACHING WEEKLY ACTIVITY LOG


Record as accurately as possible the time you spend every day on each area listed below. At the end of each week add up how much time you spent on each activity. Make sure your hours add up to 24 for each day. This can assist you in managing your time wisely.
SUN FAMILY MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT TOTAL

SCHOOL

HOMEWORK

SLEEP

FRIENDS

COERVER WORKBOOK PERSONAL TRAINING RECOVERY STRETCHING TEAM TRAINING

TEAM GAMES

FREE TIME

TOTAL

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STRETCHING GUIDELINES
WARMING UP A warm-up is the activity that prepares you physically (body) and psychologically (mind) to play in practice and games. A warm-up is made up of general exercises and slow jogging. During general exercise use different body movements with or without the ball, involving just enough activity so that a light perspiration develops. STRETCHING 1. ONLY stretch after warming up 2. Stretch before and after: Every training session Long periods of technical repetition Every competition or event IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO WHILE STRETCHING 1. Breathe normally - DO NOT HOLD YOUR BREATH 2. Stretch WARM muscles only - after warm-up 3. Take each stretch to where you feel tension, but NOT to where the muscles shake or become painful 4. HOLD each stretch for at least 10 seconds 5. DO NOT BOUNCE 6. Try to relax other body parts while you stretch 7. Do each stretch at least twice 8. Dont forget to stretch both left and right body parts

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STRETCHES
SHOULDER

Wrap one arm across yourself With the opposite hand hold elbow and pull steadily towards opposite shoulder Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other arm Hold for 10 seconds

GROIN

Body weight on bent leg knee Point toes of straight leg forward Feel stretch along inside of straight leg Keep upper body straight Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other leg Hold for 10 seconds

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STRETCHES
CALF

Face both feet the same way as body one over the other Keep one leg straight Push back heel to ground Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other leg Hold for 10 seconds

SHIN

Place one leg across the other Drag the toes to stretch the front calf Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with other leg Hold for 10 seconds

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STRETCHES
HAMSTRINGS

With one leg straight, reach to you toe with your hand Keep back straight Bend from hips and lean towards your foot Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with other leg Hold for 10 seconds

GLUTEAL

Clasp hands behind calf and pull until tight Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other leg Hold for 10 seconds

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STRETCHES
QUADRICEPS

Hold ankle not foot Keep space between held leg and hip, do not put pressure on the knee Keep upper body straight Push leg downward Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other leg Hold for 10 seconds

BACK

Sit with one leg over the other Twist shoulder the opposite way Relax back and breath out Hold for 10 seconds Repeat with the other leg Hold for 10 seconds

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COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES

Mini Games Combination

Group Defense Fast Break Attack

Shooting

Heading

With The Ball Stop/Start - Feint Change of Direction

Without The Ball Heading - From Side Front and Behind Shooting & Heading

Ground & Air

On The Spot

On The Move

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COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES


BALL MASTERY TECHNIQUES 1 Shuffles 2 Shuffle/Roll Over 3 Shuffle/Roll Step-Over 4 Inside Outside Rolls 5 Heal To Toe Rolls 6 Roll Over 7 Roll Step-Over 8 Roll Ups 9 Roll Up/Drag Behind 10 Roll Scissors 11 Shuffle/Step-Over/Roll Out 12 Shuffle/Roll Out/Drag Behind/Roll Out 13 Roll Out/Drag Behind/Roll Out FAST FOOTWORK 14 Shuffles 15 Shuffle Takes 16 Pull Pushes 17 Shuffle Pull Pushes 18 Puskas 19 Matthews 20 Dribble Cuts Single Foot 21 Dribble Cuts Both Feet 22 Lunge 23 Scissor 24 Step-Over 25 Step-Over/Scissor Single Foot 26 Triple Lunge 27 Triple Scissor 28 Lunge/Lunge/Scissor 29 Scissor/Scissor/Lunge 30 Roll/Stops 31 Roll/Step-Over 32 Stop-On/Step-Over 33 Stop-On/Step-Over/Scissor/Scissor 34 Stop-On/Step-Over/Scissor/Scissor/Lunge/Lunge
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COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES


FEINTS AND FAKES (SINGLE MOVES) 35 Lunge 36 Scissor 37 Step-Over 38 Shimmy 39 Matthews, Inside-Outside 40 Reverse Matthews, Outside-Inside 41 Hop-Take CHANGE OF DIRECTION (SINGLE MOVES) 42 Inside Cut 43 Outside Cut 44 Pull Back 45 Pull Behind 46 Twist Off 47 Spin Turn 48 Pull Drag Behind 49 Conti, Hook Turn 50 Cruyff, Drag Behind STOP STARTS (SINGLE MOVES) 51 Stop-On 52 Maradona, Pull Spin 53 High Wave 54 Low Wave 55 Step Around DOUBLE MOVES (COMBINATIONS) 56 Double Lunge 57 Double Scissor

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Step-Over/Lunge Step-Over/Scissor Matthews/Lunge Matthews/Scissors Matthews/Step-Over Step-Over/Spin Turn Step-Over/Twist Off


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PERSONAL TRAINING PROGRAM LOG (PART I)


Refer to the COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES on pages 30 and 31 for the different moves to complete the following log. Record all personal training each day by following the directions below and log example. BALL MASTERY: Pick one Ball Mastery activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move slowly and then gradually speed up Try to do the move in combination without stopping FAST FOOTWORK: Pick one Fast Footwork activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move stationary, then moving with a little bit of pressure Try it out on a relative or friend under full pressure STOP AND STARTS: Pick one Stop and Start activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move stationary, then moving with a little bit of pressure Try it out on a relative or friend under full pressure JUGGLING BASIC: This means keep the ball off the ground with any part of your body except your arms JUGGLING RIGHT AND LEFT ONLY: This means keep the ball off the ground with your right or left foot only JUGGLING ALTERNATE: This means keep the ball off the ground using the feet only and going from left to right and so on. From time to time use thighs only. JUGGLING SEQUENCE ONE: This means that to complete a circuit, that must be in this order while kept off the ground. Right foot, left foot, right thigh, left thigh. PASSING: Using a wall or a friend with a distance of 10-15 yards, practice passing using two-touch and one touch passes.
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DATE

BALL MASTERY

FAST FOOTWORK

CHANGE DIRECTION

STOP START

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

8/26/08 8/27/08
DATE

2, 3, 5 1-4
BALL MASTERY

14, 15 17, 18
FAST FOOTWORK

42, 43 43-44
CHANGE DIRECTION

51 52
STOP START

12 13
JUGGLING BASIC

8/5 9/6
JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

8 10
JUGGLING ALTERNATE

10 11
JUGGLING SEQUENCE

20 20
PASSING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY FAST FOOTWORK CHANGE DIRECTION STOP START JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

FAST FOOTWORK

CHANGE DIRECTION

STOP START

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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BALL MASTERY FAST FOOTWORK CHANGE DIRECTION STOP START JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

FAST FOOTWORK

CHANGE DIRECTION

STOP START

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY FAST FOOTWORK CHANGE DIRECTION STOP START JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

FAST FOOTWORK

CHANGE DIRECTION

STOP START

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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PERSONAL TRAINING PROGRAM LOG (PART 2)


Refer to the COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES on pages 30 and 31 for the different moves to complete the following log. Record all personal training each day by following the directions below and log example. BALL MASTERY: Pick one Ball Mastery activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move slowly and then gradually speed up Try to do the move in combination without stopping CHANGE OF DIRECTION: Pick one Change of Direction activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move slowly and then gradually speed up Try to do the move in combination without stopping FAKE/FEINT: Pick one Fake/Feint activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move stationary, then moving with a little bit of pressure Try it out on a relative or friend under full pressure COMBO: Pick a Double Moves activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move stationary, then moving with a little bit of pressure Try it out on a relative or friend under full pressure JUGGLING BASIC: This means keep the ball off the ground with any part of your body. JUGGLING RIGHT AND LEFT ONLY: This means keep the ball off the ground with your right or left foot only JUGGLING ALTERNATE: This means keep the ball off the ground using the feet only and going from left to right and so on. From time to time use thighs only. JUGGLING SEQUENCE TWO: This means that to complete a circuit, that must be in this order while kept off the ground. Right foot, Right foot, Left foot, Left foot. PASSING: Using a wall or a friend with a distance of 10-15 yards, practice passing using two-touch and one touch passes.
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DATE

BALL MASTERY

CHANGE DIRECTION

FAKE FEINTS

COMBO

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

8/26/08 8/27/08
DATE

2, 3, 5 1-4
BALL MASTERY

10, 11 10, 12
CHANGE DIRECTION

31, 32 32-34
FAKE FEINTS

37 38
COMBO

12 13
JUGGLING BASIC

8/5 9/6
JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

8 10
JUGGLING ALTERNATE

10 11
JUGGLING SEQUENCE

20 20
PASSING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY CHANGE DIRECTION FAKE FEINTS COMBO JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

CHANGE DIRECTION

FAKE FEINTS

COMBO

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY CHANGE DIRECTION FAKE FEINTS COMBO JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

CHANGE DIRECTION

FAKE FEINTS

COMBO

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY CHANGE DIRECTION FAKE FEINTS COMBO JUGGLING BASIC JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

CHANGE DIRECTION

FAKE FEINTS

COMBO

JUGGLING BASIC

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

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PERSONAL TRAINING PROGRAM LOG (PART 3)


Refer to the COERVER COACHING INDIVIDUAL MOVES on pages 30 and 31 for the different moves to complete the following log. Record all personal training each day by following the directions below and log example. BALL MASTERY: Pick one Ball Mastery activity and write down the activity when you have completed 2 minutes of practice Practice the move slowly and then gradually speed up Try to do the move in combination without stopping JUGGLING RIGHT AND LEFT ONLY: This means keep the ball off the ground with your right or left foot only JUGGLING ALTERNATE: This means keep the ball off the ground using the feet only and going from left to right and so on. From time to time use thighs only. JUGGLING HEAD: This means to keep the ball off the ground using only your head. JUGGLING SEQUENCE THREE: This means that to complete a circuit, that must be in this order while kept off the ground. Right foot, Left foot, Right thigh, Left thigh, Left foot, Right foot, Left thigh, Right thigh. PASSING: Using a wall or a friend with a distance of 10 -15 yards, practice passing using two-touch and one touch passes. INSTEP/STRIKING: Using a wall or a friend with a distance of 20 - 30 yards, practice striking the ball with the instep (laces).

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

JUGGLING HEAD

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

INSTEP STRIKING

8/26/08 8/27/08
DATE

2, 3, 5 1-4
BALL MASTERY

24/22 21/25
JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

12 13
JUGGLING ALTERNATE

5 5
JUGGLING HEAD

6 4
JUGGLING SEQUENCE

31 26
PASSING

20 20
INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE HEAD JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

HEAD

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE HEAD JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

HEAD

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE
BALL MASTERY JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT JUGGLING ALTERNATE HEAD JUGGLING SEQUENCE PASSING INSTEP STRIKING

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DATE

BALL MASTERY

JUGGLING RIGHT/LEFT

JUGGLING ALTERNATE

HEAD

JUGGLING SEQUENCE

PASSING

INSTEP STRIKING

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