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WINTER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
Colorado Springs
December 8th Through March 1st
10 Weeks, 2 Training Sessions Per Week of Professional Strength & Conditioning Training For Soccer Players

LOCATION: SOCOFIT 975 W Garden Of The Gods Rd, Suite H, Colorado Springs 80907

Become A STRONGER Soccer Player This Winter To Help You Reduce Your Risk Of Injury & Become Faster Before You Even Step
On The Field Next Season.
This focused 10 Week Winter Strength & Conditioning Program is designed to help soccer players develop muscular strength to:
Move their body better for faster sprints, better control of the ball, and more rapid reactions
Support Their Joints to Reduce the likelihood of common soccer Injuries such as ankle, knee (ACL) and hip and back
Increase power output for explosive jumps, lightning fast acceleration, and accurate striking
Develop a stronger core to hold off opponents, shield the ball, and have a more powerful strike on the ball
Significantly reduce the incidence of quadriceps and hamstring strains

Work with us this winter and we will have you ready for the Spring Season. You'll be stronger, faster, more powerful and you'll stand out on the field. Your pro coach will help you take your game to the next level.
Learn
How to reduce your risk of Injury & become a strong, formidable soccer player
Focus on technique and perform the drills that will dramatically improve your strength.
Ask
Questions & Get Professional Advice
Have a specific question about your soccer performance and don't know where to turn? Ask our pro coach for help!
Integrate
Your new knowledge to become a more valuable player
Practice. Practice. Practice.
"Soccer stars aren't born. They're created."
- M.Chapman, 2014
WHO IS THIS FOR?
You're a soccer player who KNOWS that you have an exceptional ability, but, there seems to be something missing.

You aren’t quick enough, fast enough or explosive enough to be effective in the position you love. You're being caught by your opponents. Your legs feel HEAVY when you run.  You've been told you need to work on your running form.

You're sitting on an untapped potential to make the starting line up every week; to be selected for the academy program, to train and play with ODP, DA teams, or to get that college scholarship, and eventually live out your dream as a professional player.
 

The sad reality is that less than 2.5% of female high school soccer players will make it to a NCAA Division I collegiate team. Only 1.8% will make it to a Division II team, and 2.8% to a Division III team. Add to the mix that there are more than 1.4 million female youth soccer players in the USA, you can see why, with the pool of players being so large, that the probability of excelling in this sport is so low.
 
But it's not all doom and gloom because every year, MORE THAN 102,000 players WILL be selected for higher level training and competition, AND college soccer and YOU COULD BE ONE OF THEM.
 
BUT, with such low probabilities (less than 2.9%), how do you make sure you're one of the top 7% who move from high school to collegiate soccer? How do you make yourself stand out from the other 93% who won't make it?
 


By developing EXCEPTIONAL PHYSICAL ABILITY that will complement your technical and tactical knowledge of the game. If you can understand the game yet the body won't respond, you can't be an effective soccer player.

How will strength training help me?

 
Soccer players MUST build a strong foundation (much like a bridge), if they want to be effective. Stronger muscles lead to greater levels of control of the body; which reduces the risk of injury, improves control of the ball; makes it easier to acquire new technical skills and to execute current skills to a higher level.

If your foundations are faulty, expecting to be able to run faster, jump higher, strike more powerfully and hold off a challenge is the equivalent to sending heavy traffic over a crumbling bridge. It won't get stronger. It'll simply make the foundations more shaky until it collapses (usually injury or simply quitting soccer in our case).

This is where WINTER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING comes in.

--> Develop explosive power by training for strength
--> Maximize power output for throw-ins, headers and powerful strikes on the ball
--> Develop the core strength to withstand a challenge and reduce the risk of injury
--> Train your body to recover faster from games/practices
--> Strengthen the joints of the body and learn how to load to
      reduce the risk of ankle, knee, hip and back injuries


Peak Soccer Conditioning are the EXPERTS in Strength and Speed Development in Colorado Springs with a female head performance coach who understands that there are physiological  & positional differences when training soccer players. Youth players are NOT small adults. A youth's body IS different and we have to account for puberty, growth spurts, hormonal variances and physical differences which many coaches simply don't understand.

Let us show you HOW you can develop your STRENGTH & ENDURANCE CAPACITY from DAY ONE and continue to progress with this 20 hour contact time Soccer Strength & Conditioning Program in Colorado Springs.

Stand out from the crowd.

Be one of the 7%. Reduce your risk of injury. Be THE player to look out for.
 
 
"I INCREASED MY SPEED BY 0.3 SECONDS AFTER 1 DRILL!"
Hayley
U12 Soccer Player, Colorado
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