Youth soccer organizations and coaches hold the future of soccer in the United States in their hands. It takes a special individual to deliver the youth soccer message (curriculum) that creates skilled and passionate players under the age of 13 eventually creating a larger player pool for the US national soccer team. How do you… Continue reading Youth Soccer Coaches in the United States: Attributes Make the Difference
As stated in other posts here on EducatedCoaches.com, the experiences we create for young participants are vital to developing a lasting love for the game. It is my observation of the game of baseball that the experiences that are currently being created at an early age are nowhere near the best possible opportunities for falling in… Continue reading Baseball – State of the Game Part II
Austin Seelbach is an extremely successful soccer player, a fantastic student, and a great citizen in all that she does within her family and community. I met her as a member of the 96/97 Storm Soccer Academy Girls Soccer team three years ago and I have always enjoyed working with her. She always provides a… Continue reading Austin Seelbach – ACL Operation, Recovery, and Rehabilitation
In my last post I talked about how the choices we make shape who we are. This bigger question I have coming from that post is why do we make those choices? What influences me to make the choices I have chosen? To truly understand why we make certain choices, we must look at the… Continue reading Who Am I and What Do I Know?