Inside A Professional Soccer Player's Workout: How to Increase Your Speed for Soccer

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Last modified on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 11:04

     To become the best you need to train with the best, which means your entire soccer training, the soccer workout routines you perform and the soccer speed training drills that you practice are crucial to your future success.  So, find out what the best in the game are doing to keep their skills sharp.  We catch up with international professional soccer player and former U.S. Men's Team player, Jeremiah White, as he shows us an inside look into a quick workout that he is able to get done in his backyard in under ten minutes.  Jeremiah is preparing for a flight to Sweden later in the day where he needs to step off the plane feeling fresh and ready to play.  "Since I am flying to Sweden this afternoon, I don't want to do too much in today's workout because flying takes a lot out of you.  I want to just get a sweat going and the blood flowing," Jeremiah explained.


which will help protect you from bacteria that is common on planes. Also, make sure that you are eating and drinking a lot of water.  Do not eat when you are hungry, but rather, eat small meals consistently throughout the day." Watching Jeremiah perform this workout reminded us, here at ProAthlete360.com, that it is easy to waste time throughout the day and it is incredible what workout routines a motivated person can do with a simple ten minutes. Watch the workout, apply what we gave you in the article, and keep working hard and efficiently...because believe us, there is somebody else out there working harder and smarter! So, revamp your soccer training, your soccer workout routines, and your soccer speed training drills that you practice to be on par with the professionals.

 

 

      For you serious athletes out there who are flying to tryouts, teams, games, etc. Jeremiah has some great advice for you, "Make sure to where compression socks when you fly and always have a bottle of water with you.  I recommend using a product called Airborne, which will help protect you from bacteria that is common on planes.  Also, make sure that you are eating and drinking a lot of water. Do not eat when you are hungry, but rather, eat small meals consistently throughout the day."  

This home workout should remind us how much time we waste in a day, and how effective we can be with our training routine with focus and ten minutes.  So, revamp your soccer training and workouts.  Remember, in soccer, as in all sports, it is the small things that separate the professionals.

 

 

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