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Playin Soccer: How Do D1 Soccer Players Train? Individual Session and Drills

Awesome Tip: How Do D1 Soccer Players Train? Individual Session and Drills



Working with a Division 1 soccer player on speed and agility, touch and passing, and finishing. This is training in the offseason in preparation for the spring season and for the upcoming fall.

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  1. Reply

    I read lots of people keep on talking about Episoketren System. But I'm not sure if it's good. Have you ever tried this popular training program?

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    BACKK

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    hello from Brazil, Coach! I have watched a lot of your videos which helped me a lot to improve my skills and getting in shape. I feel I've been giving my best these last months and hopefully I will do a great first season in the college league. Hope I can meet you someday and thank u personally. Keep doing a great job know that u have people like me all over the place that is grateful for ur videos! 🙂

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    This school is D1?

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    Do you need to play for a club to get into college soccer?

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    should I play for club or high school?

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    His shots don't have any power in them and he was taking to many touches to get his shot ready.

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    Javi is on the ball as a coach should be. Wfk.

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    so basically no skill just work on becoming a better athlete? yea just sums up soccer is the USA. They might all be athletic but they can't even do simple skill. I've played with D1 players before because I have a few friends who play and their friends and we've played and they burn through me on 1 on 1s and defend me on breakaways. But i've played with them on small field games and I have more touch/skill/jukes then them and destroy them on small field games. I just mostly play for fun but I always practice more tricks to show to people like freestyle tricks. But yea soccer in the USA is all about being fast and athletic and aggressive.

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    Is it me or he doesn't raise his head when he shoots !

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    Coach Javi i would like to see you play in the Lamar hunt U.S. open cup if u think you're good enough for this challenge look for a local team or league where you live that' has acces to the Lamar hunt Cup I'm just trying to get you to a next level you're welcome

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    He's good but got no shot

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    Whats a d1 player

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    What a player this guy seems like. Such a hardworking beast! What school is he from?

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    lowzy shots at the end , he has to STRIKE the ball at his age

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    I feel like when he's going to take a shot he's trying to get one to many touches in or is that the point of the drill because when I take a shot I try to take less touches before the shot but who am I a D5 player judge a d1 player lol

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    I have a question about the second drill .Why does the player touch the ball with his outside foot instead of his inside foot when he is crossing the yellow pole?

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    where could I find one of these coaches

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    Coach Javi, this is incredibly helpful! Thank you.

  20. Reply

    Bjr je les trouve intéressant…

  21. Reply

    you're an underrated youtuber.

  22. Reply

    Amazing work coach keep it up!!! Thank you for the insight

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    Make sure you guys subscribe and check out my other videos!

  24. Reply

    Great work Javi, just subscribed to your channel. Check mine. I see lots of potential. I used to be a D1 and Former pro player in venezuela. Reach out to me so we can exchange ideas

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