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Bob Bradley’s Off-Season Training Plan

Bob Bradley has been the Head Coach of several college, professional, national teams including the NY/NJ Metro Stars (now known as the New York Red Bulls) and the United States Men's National Team. He is currently the Head Coach of the Egyptian Men's National Team.

If you want to impress your coach when team practices start up again in the fall, you’d better make good use of the summer.

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Training for Speed, Agility, & Quickness

Training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness

Training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness is by far my favorite SAQ (Speed, Agility, and Quickness) resource anywhere.

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Shuttle Runs – Conditioning

Shuttle Runs are an excellent conditioning exercise. They are best when used for pre-season and off-season conditioning or if soccer skills are incorporated.

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5 Keys To Improving Your Speed and How To Do Them

There is an old adage that “speed kills”. No doubt every soccer coach would benefit from faster players, but how can something like speed that is widely considered a natural gift be coached?

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3 Best Home Exercises You Can Do To Improve Your Speed

How can I train for soccer at home?

What are some exercises I can do at home to help improve my speed?

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Will Wearing Ankle Weights Help Me Improve My Speed?

Soccer speed

Will wearing ankle weights help me improve my speed?

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The 4 Types of Soccer Speed

4 Types of Soccer Speed

When we think of soccer speed, we most often think of running speed. However, soccer speed can actually refer to many things.

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The 4 Priorities For Conditioning

First, it is important to separate the ideas of “endurance training” and “conditioning“. Endurance is very important in soccer, but it is just one aspect of successful soccer conditioning.

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Training With Plyometrics

Training with plyometrics

According to About.com’s Sports Medicine Section Plyometric exercises are specialized, high intensity training techniques used to develop athletic power.

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Can A Slow Player Be A Forward?

Can A Slow Player Be A Forward

I want to be a center forward, but I don’t have a lot of speed. I have good dribbling and shooting, but when a teammate plays a ball through, I am not quick enough to get there.

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