All Posts Tagged With: "Soccer Tips"

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Soccer Tip Video from Pro Coach at EduKick Soccer Academy

Watch Joey Bilotta and Real Sociedad’s Roberto Navajas as they visit EduKick’s Soccer Academy in Manchester, England. Listen as they offer plenty of excellent advice and tips to the soccer players/students there. Working toward your goal of becoming the best student-player you can be? a href=”″ target=”_blank”>Register Today!866.338.5425. or internationally at 001.905.469-5661

11Dec2013 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Preparing for an EduKick Academy Year-Long Program-Part 1

Workouts Don’t neglect any workouts you already engage in to keep yourself fit. Keep your body in its routine for an easier transition into formal training. Edukick will provide you with a specific preparation program that will help you to adapt for the rigorous requirements of daily participation in the Year Long program. A year […]

23Aug2013 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Three EduKick Manchester Boys to Train with Semi-Pros

Three of our boys have been asked to train with Semi Professional – Droylsden FC. Droylsden FC, of the Blue Square North League, train at Platt Lane and have had an eye on our team for some while. Look here for more pictures of EduKick Manchester Soccer/Football players. This week they approached Mike & Neil […]

28Feb2013 | | 0 comments | Continued
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What To Avoid As a Dedicated Soccer Player

Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. -Pele Many are the athletes who, in spite of fantastic skill and incredible endurance, lose their professional careers because of one personal failing or another. For a young soccer […]

30Jan2013 | | 0 comments | Continued
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EduKick Virtual Trainer – Online Soccer Fitness Conditioning Programs

Dr. Javier Mallo, EduKick partner and current fitness coach at Manchester City Football Club, now offers a virtual soccer fitness conditioning service for competitive footballers worldwide. Dr. Javier Mallo Ph.D.Sports Science Masters Degree in High Performance in Sports B.S. Sports Science B.S. Physiotherapy. Fitness Coach at EduKick Madrid – six seasons Fitness Coach at U.D. […]

16Jan2013 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Soccer Quotes and Tips

We have so much soccer to learn from the players who have gone before us as well as the coaches we have with us. Take a moment to learn something new from those who have played and coached the game of soccer – and won. “I am living a dream I never want to wake […]

22Dec2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Soccer Tips: Fueling Your Game

Soccer Tips: Fueling Your Game: To achieve maximum performance you must ensure you fuel your body correctly. Your muscles, your mind, your heart, your lungs – even your bones – require a consistent flow of healthy food and water. Knowing your required calorie intake will help give you an idea of how much food you […]

27Nov2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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EduKick Spain and Real Sociedad’s Roberto Navajas

Joey Bilotta introduced Roberto Navajas to the Student-Players at EduKick Spain recently. Navajas spoke on his life and excellent soccer career and answered questions on various soccer and career moves. Working toward your goal of becoming the best student-player you can be? Contact EduKick for more information at 866.338.5425. or internationally at 001.905.469-5661 EduKick Madrid […]

9Nov2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Soccer Tips: How To Stay Hydrated Part II

#1 Before the Game: Track your fluid intake-aiming for at least 8 glasses of water, juice or milk a day-and more when you are working out or on the field. *Tip: Keep a water bottle to refill as needed. Reduce dehydrating drinks like sodas, coffee, and especially alcohol. #2 During the Game: Halftime is the […]

5Oct2012 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Soccer Tips: Avoiding Dehydration

Drinking enough fluid should be a priority for every player and coach. Water keeps you cool from the inside out, increases blood flow to the muscles and brain, boosts stamina, bolsters focus and gives you the edge others may lack. Even slight dehydration (-2%) can lead to significantly poor performance. Greater loss causes damage in […]

3Oct2012 | | 0 comments | Continued