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Hello and welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training podcast run to you by pride tulsa.Com. We are pride of tulsa soccer training and we offer the best instruction when it comes to tulsa soccer lessons and tulsa soccer camps. We are the number one choice for tulsans when it comes to overall soccer training and development. We are tulsa’s only soccer training, podcast and we are tulsa’s number one: choice for tulsa soccer, lessons and tulsa soccer camps in. Today’s 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 lessons, as well as tulsa soccer camps. We are Tulsa’s number one choice for these soccer services and we are honored and proud to hold that place and we continually are looking for ways to bring incredible service and instruction to our customers and clients. O’neill is the founder and the ceo of pride soccer training and he is really focused on elevating the game when it comes to personal soccer training. He offers the best soccer lessons in tulsa and he provide the premier experience for soccer players when it comes to tulsa soccer camps. Pride of tulsa soccer training mission is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively develop in their character and their soccer. Skills pride of tulsa soccer training helps soccer players achieve their personal goals, so they can win on the pitch and in everyday life. If you want more information about pride of tulsa soccer training, you can visit our website, which is pride tulsa.Com or you can give us a call today at 918-701-0983. We love to talk with you. Tell you about our program and get you started on your first soccer training session. This is episode 131, and I believe this is part to o’neill right. What are we talking about today? What time are hurst vine? He is the person who founded for nino over the last 5 years. He was the most influential person in my coaching career and he he developed a system of teaching kids how to play the game by playing the game and what he would do is just correct. Them in, the in the during during the training session, so correct them, while they’re actually playing the game of soccer, and he did something unique where he brought in for goals instead of only playing with two. So we have to go on each end and he set up different scenarios were kids.

We play one of e11 b2 to be 1 and 3 v, 2 and then 3 be 3, so they’re different variations of it, but his biggest thing. He had four major areas that he would use to help develop game intelligence and it was technical ability, physical, fitness, tactical knowledge in mental capacity. So his biggest thing was how to develop game intelligence cuz. That is the biggest factor in kids that are very good and and and that can play the game at the highest level, because you soccer such a wonderful support, because, if you’re slow, you can play for fast, you can play if you’re strong. If your week you everybody can play the sport, you just have to find that area. That is your strength, learn to control. It learn to work at a higher level and and dominate in that area. But it’s also all about how smart you are, and he was all about guiding the player guiding the child. It wasn’t giving kids answers to how to play the ball. It was more so guiding them, so they would come up with the answer and he said one thing that he he said that left a huge impact on me is that don’t limit them to your knowledge as a coach you’re, not to limit that player to what you know so you guys them, you ask them questions and, let’s see what they say, listen to what they have to say about it and you can learn from them and sometimes their answer will blow your mind because it’ll be either really simple or really profound, or maybe both and they’ll have the right answer to the solve the problem so. You always guiding that player to the answer and it pride soccer training. That’s what are philosophy stems behind is that we are always looking to guy that plays in our camps in our soccer camps.

In our soccer lessons we are always teaching them or guiding them sorry to the answer and not just giving them answers. So I have a question now that you’re talking about is it hearst and he said he was the most influential person in your coaching career. I just thought you should elaborate on that a little bit, and that’s really interesting to me and then also what is the significance of having four goals as opposed to just to like what is the purpose in recent years? Is that it was. I was in a situation where I was I didn’t have very many men tours around me then have a lot of people that I could talk to and so are you located several coaches in it if it wouldn’t be fun, and so, when that happen, a lot of us went to different places, and so I went to a new club and I start coaching there and I didn’t have very many relationships with any of the coaches. So it’s a little harder and the environment was different, so I wasn’t able to find a mentor that easily or even connect with people as easily as I could before starting out. So it was wonderful about the new club that I was at is if they paid for training, and so one of these events came up where her spine was an event in our club funded some of it, and so I was like you know, it’s free. Let me go see what this is about and when I went it blew my mind. What hurts mine had to say and how challenge me as a coach. They cause me to think at a higher level in and to look at how to do things in a new way. That would help to elevate the game, help to teach kids how to play the game faster and I have more fun as a coach even doing it his way. The training sessions were a lot simpler. While I easier and a lot more fun, the kids, you know a lot more passion came out in practice. I saw people kids crying. I saw them having fun laughing because the competition was so strong. They want to win so badly. They have the emotions of a game, came out in the time and it was beautiful to see, and it was just sincere and genuine and and wonderful – and I just blew my mind as to how, from so many years, I’ve never seen a concept like this and it was the first time I saw soccer in and training going in this direction. So that’s why he was such a huge impact on me and then what was the other question? You would ask me about the four goals. Why is that significant other variables so now? Instead of going on where player can just stand in the way of the bowl, now you have to go that you can go see, could fake one direction to open up the the area to go to the other goal, and so kids now have multiple situations.

Multiple choices that they can choose to do in keeping the number smaller, there’s more space on the field for them to build a dribble for them to be able to make up their mind for them to make quick decisions for them to run off the ball. So now you just opened up the sandbox to them and they can choose to have more choices than more options at more thought processes that they can go through, and so that’s why the four goals is so important. It’s amazing what it does you can even change them and put them in different directions, turn them backwards. You can’t write everything that just changes the way kids play and you’ll start to learn things from them and they will start to learn from the game itself. So it’s it’s just an ongoing learning process that opens up the door to more, and so some of the things that he talked about to adjust stimulation, encouragement or advice, an explanation or demonstration by the coach and then appropriate numbers of repetitions and those things together. Help to teach kids how to play the game, and you always always set them up in situations where there is 3 v, 1 or 2 b11. B13. V2. You put them in situations where they are forced to make decisions and intelligence of the player is the driving force. That is the basis for all of this is that intelligence of the player is the driving force, really revolutionize the game of soccer in the concept of teaching the game of soccer. That’s just one of many mentors that we’ve learned from and study under here at pride of tulsa soccer training. We want to thank you for joining semper, listening where the only podcast about tulsa soccer lessons, tulsa soccer camps and tulsa soccer training and that pride of tulsa soccer training. Our goal is to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best instruction when it comes to tulsa soccer lessons, as well as the best experience when it comes to tulsa soccer camps at pride of tulsa soccer training are tulsa. Soccer camps are one of our resources that really help are soccer. Players, become more dynamic and grow and become technically sound and creatively strong when they’re on the field. If you want to learn more about pride soccer training, you can visit our website, which is pride tulsa.Com or you can call us today. At 918-701-0983, at pride of tulsa soccer training, we teach character, confidence and soccer skill and, if you’re willing to work hard and follow, are customized and personalized tulsa soccer weston’s. And if you attend our tulsa soccer camps, we know that we can get you the results that you want guaranteed. Thank you so much for joining us and we’ll see you next