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Hello and welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training podcast brought to you by pride tulsa.Com at pride of tulsa soccer training. We offered the best instruction when it comes to tulsa soccer lessons and tulsa soccer camps. Pride of tulsa soccer training is tulsa’s, only soccer training podcast, and we are also tulsa’s and number one program when it comes to personal soccer, training, tulsa soccer, lessons, tulsa soccer camps and soccer player development. In this podcast we have soccer coach and personal soccer trainer o’neal bent, who is here to share his inside and wisdom about the game of soccer and tulsa soccer camps. O’neill is also the founder and the ceo of pride soccer training he’s my husband and he’s jack’s, daddy and or as long as I’ve known him he’s been really focused wholeheartedly on really elevating the game of soccer when it comes to personal soccer, training and soccer lesson. In tulsa soccer camp see someone who’s really committed to bringing innovation in the best training possible. As long as I’ve known you, all he’s really been focused on increasing overall soccer player development and that’s why pride of tulsa soccer training mission is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively develop in both character and soccer skill. Pride of tulsa soccer training helps soccer players achieve their personal goals so that they can win on the pitch and in everyday life. At pride, soccer training, we teach character and skill, and we offer the best tulsa soccer camps around, to learn more about pride of tulsa soccer training and to get started on your first soccer training session. Give us a call today at 918-701-0983, or you can visit our website, which is pride. Tulsa.Com is episode 130, and what are we talking about today? O’neal pride soccer training. We have developed our philosophy over the years and something that we always have to have as a coach. You have to have a mentor as well in her spine over the last five years has probably been the biggest mental I’ve had in helping me to develop as a coach challenging the ways. I think – and you know it at the pride soccer training – we develop the entire player, we’re always working to develop the entire player, and you know if you are soccer lessons through are soccer camps. We are always looking to get the player, it’s not only to improve. Technically, but also to improve in their decision-making and hers. Vine has a whole philosophy on exactly how to do that, and I love it. I know who he is just because I’m married to you and you love soccer, but do you want to just explain a little bit about who he is real, quick before you jump in and he had a son growing up that played field hockey and his son started criticizing be upset about how he was doing drills.

All the time was drills, drills, drills. I don’t like doing your drill, daddy they’re bored, they born me and so he’s like. Oh really, what do you want and he said well, I want you to. I want to play games, I want to play the game, so he devised ways to teach kids, how to play field hockey through the game itself and because field hockey so similar to soccer. He was able to adapt it and use it for soccer too, and he provided this information for the Spanish for Spain for public Barcelona and real madrid. He offered this info nations them and it helped to change the culture of a country took. He took his son’s critique on why he doesn’t like his soccer drills en develops a way to teach kids systematically how to play the game and improve their technique just by playing different versions of the soccer game, so it in. In this regard. He had four goals that he sets out for stock goes to on each side and he allows the kids to play and score goals, and they took it from these wrote drills that don’t connect to the game of soccer you’re, still doing drills, you’re still learning technique. But it’s just fine. It’s like learning with purpose and enjoyment is that is that what you would say so what he he talks about? Is you talking about there’s different parts of learning the game, and so he he breaks it down to these levels. There one is the technical ability he talks about having excellent technical ability. Players need to have the top technical ability when he says that means passing trapping shooting dribbling heading the ball, controlling the next one’s physical fitness being fit able to run in and place. You know be able to have a good stamina and build to run for long periods of time in the game and not get tired. The next part is tactical intelligence, technical knowledge. Knowing what to do in what situation with the ball or if a team is high-pressing you and putting a lot of pressure, and how do you combat that? Okay, I have a question for refinished cassity.

So that’s you know how smart the player is and how they learn and adapt in the environment, and so all of this together is how you develop game intelligence. He uses those concepts so once again, that’s excellent technical ability, physical physical fitness, tactical knowledge and mental capacity. Excellent technical ability, when it comes to the game of soccer physical fitness, about how you can keep your stamina on the soccer field, tactical knowledge do you know where to have your body in relation to the ball or to another player, wii you’re, working on the soccer field and then what was the other one to process on a mental level what’s going on, and if so, can you learn all of these skills while still having fun, because sometimes training is just difficult? There are some things you have to just practicing the stuff. How does that I am too because you do have to work at things we are. So what do we do when we play these games? I asked questions as opposed to telling players what to do. I asked them things when things fail. I asked him what is another way you could do that and then they think about it, so I could have done it this way. Instead, instead of moving the ball and turning into pressure, I could turn away from pressure and play the ball so they’re playing the game and they’re learning at the same time. So the goal for every soccer player they want to play the game. They want to score goals, they want to dribble the ball there shoot, so they want to play so as they’re playing you when they do something that you know cause them to fail. You talk to them and ask them questions. They learn how to succeed but they’re, giving the answers you’re just guiding them to the answer. So not only are they having fun playing the sport, but they’re also learning at the same time, and that’s how you incorporate the two parts of it and that’s like learning that really sticks right, so whether you’re doing a soccer lesson or a tulsa soccer camp, whatever you’re really offering there is a service when you’re having fun when you’re getting customized personalized soccer lessons and instruction. You know when you’re learning, I’m in real time, that’s going to just really help your growth. Do you know so rapidly? I know we just have a little bit more time, but I wanted to ask what type of growth do you see in clients and soccer students who come in and really take to our house of soccer lessons in our tulsa soccer camps?

What are you see? Their growth rate, when they’re having fun they’re being receptive to your teaching. What type of results do we get its immediate results? I see them right away. They they start to change the way they plays. Have fun. You see smiles on their faces, they are trying new things are open to new ideas and they’re thinking, while they’re playing, I mean I saw it just two days ago. I saw a kid that came in his brand new and he came in and he was on fire like we start off with just very small technical drills, and we went into the situation, was one v1 and he’s shown in the one we want. Eazy was just a beautiful player to watch and he was one of the youngest kids there and jackson was there and he started teasing him colin young pogba because he played so beautifully so I’ve seen it in the first training session sit right away, so we get results at fried of tulsa soccer training, that’s what we do and we’ve done. The work we’ve done on the research. O’neill is very passionate and he has the technique. That’s going to help your child improve with their personalized and customized tulsa soccer lessons. We also offer tulsa soccer camps that can really get your child moving in the right direction. So if you want more information, please visit our website. It’s pride tulsa.Com. You can learn more about my. We are the number one resource for tulsa soccer camps and tulsa soccer. Lessons I’m at pride of tulsa soccer training. Our goal is to fully develop every soccer player and we give them the absolute best instruction and resources when it comes to tulsa soccer camps and tulsa soccer lessons at pride of tulsa soccer training, our tulsa soccer camps help soccer players become technically sound and creatively strong on the pitch, so if you want to learn more about pride soccer training, please check out our website right, tulsa.Com or you can give us a call today, at 918-701-0983, at pride of tulsa soccer training, we teach character, competence and soccer skill and, if you’re willing to work hard and follow are customized tulsa soccer lessons or its and are exceptional tulsa soccer camps. We can get you the results that you want guaranteed. Thank you for joining us. We’ll see you next time.