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Training Sessions

Fundamental Expectations of a BSC Training Session

  • There shoud be a training theme that the coach(es) are focused on for each training session
  • Training themes should be determined by the following
    • performance in previous training session/competition
    • general guidelines set forth for each age group by the club
    • facility resources available
    • timing of session in relation to previous and next competitions
  • Training sessions should be broken down into three sections (approximately 1/3, 1/3, and 1/3 time-wise)
    • warm-up (should include skills needed for success in later activities
    • small sided games/activities (1v1, 2v2, to 4v4 depending on age)
    • large sided games/activities (6v6, 7v7, to 11v11 depending on age)
Mar-23-2011 — Basics of shooting
Dribbling for Possession
Mar-09-2011 — Session deals with improving dribbling and shielding technique. It also works on helping players to have the confidence keep the ball under pressure with the intention of delaying play until help arrives or you beat the opponent.
Passing and Receiving
Mar-02-2011 — Basic passing and receiving techniques
Dribbling Technique
Feb-23-2011 — Basics of keeping control of the ball
Passing Technique
Feb-22-2011 — Basics of Passing

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