Get your soccer players to move the ball between or around the cones in specific patterns using all parts of their feet. Keep a list, time them, make it a challenge.
Children ages 6 and older need at least an hour of physical activity every day according to the Mayo Clinic (and common sense). During the warmer months, it’s easy for your soccer kids to get that with games and practices.
But even with more indoor facilities and programs like futsal, keeping up the pace is a challenge. Whether your soccer player is older and serious about their game, or just starting out but can’t get enough of the game, keeping active while working with a ball will benefit their game for the next season and beyond.
Read on to learn how to keep your child’s soccer conditioning all year with these tips.
Just because the soccer field is icy doesn’t mean that your soccer player can’t work on his or her soccer skills.