“The ability to play simple & effective soccer.”
Response from the most winning coach in U.S. Men’s high school soccer when asked what he looks for in players.
Shawn Walsh of the Lou Fusz SC Growlers Program & the Lou Fusz SC Brinker Angels, & Mike Fuller – Asst. Varsity Soccer Coach at CBC H.S. are creating a Division 1 girls U13 team.
Are you ready?
If you were born between August 1, 2000 and July 31, 2001, here are a few things to consider…
?1. We train 2x most weeks, occasionally 3x as a team, and players regularly find time for self-practice.
?2. Can you keep a positive attitude, i.e. our players support each other & build friendships with each other?
?3. Can you see yourself playing in high school, and more importantly can you see yourself preparing to play in high school?
?4. Are you already a strong player, and want to contribute to a competitive team that is focused on helping you become your best?
>>>>>>>> Kickarounds May 30, Jun 4, and Jun 5.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Call Coach Mike at 917.596.7498 or email at fullerm@CBCHS.org
Call Coach Shawn at 314.791.5472
Team Periodization Training Roadmap:
P1. August 2013 – Conditioning & Team Formation Training
P2. Fall 2013 – SLYSA Division 1 – Introducing a modified FIFA 11+ Injury Prevention Program
P4. Spring 2014 – SLYSA Division 1 & MO State Cup
P1. August 2014 – Pre-season
P2. Fall 2014 – SLYSA Division 1
P3. Winter – Introducing the full FIFA 11+
P4. Spring 2015 – SLYSA Division 1 & MO State Cup
P1. August 2015 – Pre-season & Conditioning Base
P2. Fall 2015 – SLYSA Division 1 (Extra Focus on H.S. Tryout Readiness)
P3. Winter 2015 – Speed & Technique Refinement with Conditioning Base
H.S. Soccer Starts - February 2016
**Team will also enter in tournaments, play Futsal/Indoor.
Introducing the FIFA 11+
F-MARC developed in 2003 “The 11”, a prevention program for amateur players, whose effectiveness has been impressively proven in Switzerland. The nationwide implementation (2004-2008) led to a significant decrease in injuries during matches and training, proving not only the effectiveness of the program, but that it is easily and broadly applicable. Since then, “The 11” has been further developed (2006) into a more comprehensive program: “11+”.
11+ is a complete warm-up program to reduce injuries among male and female football players aged 14 years and older. The program was developed by an international group of experts and its effectiveness has been proven in a scientific study (Norway, 2008). Teams that performed 11+ at least twice a week had 30 – 50% less injured players