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Tulsa Soccer Camps | Session One

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This episode is called parents and the power that they have to help their children. This is episode. 167 and I have to say this episode. Really it’s it’s it’s on my heart, because I’ve learned so much as a parent as a coach over the last year, I don’t want when I started product tulsa. Just a year ago, my son was one of the first people to join the groupand. I have seen him develop so rapidly over this last year and earned his spot to move up to the second team in his age group from the 3rd to the second team, and it just is amazing to me-is very humbling and very eye-opening and I’m so proud of him for all that he’s done, he’s been working on his soccer skills, he’s been working on his school work, he’s been working on his face and it’s character and I am very, very proud of himlet’s, just start off with the hard work Tulsa Soccer Camps that he’s put in jackson trains about 3 days a week with pride, and so it probably were always working on a technical ability, always working on a decision making and always working on a character and physical ability. So he trains at pride recipe 3 days a week. Then he goes to to do. Is club session cyst club practice sessions where he will do whatever the drills are.

Then his coach is doing and then he’ll. He would come after that to my sessions. Cuz I used to coach the 15 in his age group, while he was on the third team. So he would come and train with our team and get extra touches, and we would play a lot of game based training without log game, based training, where we can play with four goals and the kids having to make a lot of decisions. Soroughly jackson was training coming to practice, 5 days a week, basically, and then playing on the weekends as well and I have to tell you when it came to coming to pride training sessions. He never wanted to miss like he was genuinely wanted to come. He loved it. He enjoyed it and even though, if he can’t go he’s not happy because he wants to be there, and he he’s built up a lot of friends that train with him. They care about him. He cares about and I have a good time together and enjoy each other’s company, and it’s become something that is just so much more powerful than just a training companies. It’s helped him to build bonds and friendships and i. Never understood it to be like it was at. His birthday party must have his friends that came were from prideand. It was really touching to see that those were the friends that he’s building bonds with and it’s a very diverse group. It was girls, boys, different ethnicities and and race is it. It was just just a wonderful experience to see and how pride has has grown into something so much greater than what I ever would have thought and I’m so gTulsa Soccer Camps rateful for all the people that participate in it, because it’s not just a training company, it’s become more than that, and it is become something that people want to support wholeheartedly. They want to go to it, they enjoy it. The kids love what they’re learning and they develop rapidly. So to go back to what’s been happening with my son since august of last year. It is now may of 2018 and he washas been training with pride since 2017 of august, and you know he has been training with me prior to that, so he’s been putting a lot of work in, but just in the last year, I’ve seen him develop so much more and the the biggest thing that I was learning this this last season is that his coach was actually putting you in a position that you know, I personally, didn’t think was the best position for me is playing left back, and you know my son was getting huge ex was getting frustrated a little bit cuz. You find a position that he didn’t feel like. He wanted to play and wasn’t the best position for him. He felt so and I agreed with him to a lot of them. As a pair that one point, I said you know, go ahead and take people out of back, even if your coach doesn’t want you too, and it was just a very wrong message. It was not added message for me. Tell him and I has. It was talking to hermy, good friends, danny depaul, who helped to keep me grounded, and he said he needs to learn to obey authority in right away.

I decided, you know what I need to repent. I need to go back to my son. Tell him I’m, sorry for what I did and tell him to obey authority, so I went back to him and say:hey I was wrong with what I said. You must listen to your coach. You must do what he tells you and you must obey authority, because ultimately, your obeying god, when you do this, so he starts to be okay, daddy I’ll I’ll. Do that in you really start to take to what his coach was telling him and he started play well and and then do a Tulsa Soccer Camps very good job in playing his role for the team and he would get a full game. He never even come out. You would play a full game. So not only was he. You know submitting to authority in final position that he didn’t feel like he was his bestposition, but he was doing it. Learning the game and obeying his coach and honoring god, and all that he was doing, and it’s very important as a parent, that we don’t undermine a coaches or teachers authority that they have our kids lives unless they are doing something, that’s morally and ethically wrong. So, if they’re not do we need to make sure that we support those coaches and that we and those teachers in that we make sure that we allow our kids to to learn. Cuz learning comes in that struggle. It comes in doing some of those things that we may not want them to do, or they may not want to do or we feel.

Why is my son having to do this? You know or my daughter why she having to play this position that nobody else is playing well, there’s there’s a lot of reasons for that and god has a bigger plan for your kid’s life and what you canwhat I can see what anybody can see in and that’s what I’ve learned through watching my son jackson this week this this year is that the plans that are for him the steps are ordered, and that is much greater than what I could ever imagine and I must be respectful Tulsa Soccer Camps to authority and I must teach him to be the same way and their blessings that come in that so we kind of hit. The end of this podcast is going to be more I’m going to talk about this again in the next podcast, though I hope you enjoy it and once again, thank you for joining us and thank you for listening to the only podcast about tulsa soccer camps and soccer training at pride of tulsa soccer training. We strive to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best tools and resources when it comes to tulsa soccer campsa pride of tulsa soccer training are tulsa soccer camps, help soccer players become a technically sound and creative creatively strong force on the pitch. If you want to learn more about pride soccer training, please visit our website fried tulsa.Com or give us a call today at 918-701-0983, at fried of tulsa soccer training, which character confidence and soccer skill, and if you’re willing to work hard and follow a customized tulsa soccer camps, we can get you results guaranteed. Thank you again so much for joining us until next time