The goal of the off-season (as well as the in-season) strength training program is to prevent injury, enhance the physical (as well as mental) potential of all athletes and develop optimal muscular strength in a CONSISTENT, INTENSE, SAFE and EFFICIENT manner.
Over the years, countless types of training techniques have emerged. The fact is that everything works, but your athlete’s level of CONSISTENCY & INTENSITY is what separates your athletes from the rest! Strength training is a tool, that when performed at a high level, can create endless opportunities for any athlete.
Following the close of the club season and prior to the start of the High School season, our enthusiastic coaching staff will host 3-day sessions for boys & girls in middle school and high school.
This voluntary off-season training program is a simplified, abbreviated, and enhanced version of the University of North Carolina Women’s pre-season training program. The UNC Women’s program has won 21 of 31 NCAA Championships.
Summer off/pre-season is broken into 9 weeks. The content of this training plan is ideal for weeks you are not tapering into meaningful club games.
Students entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2018 who expressed interest in participating in the LNHS Girls Soccer Program were invited to an informational meeting on May 24. Details regarding summer training opportunities and requirements for the next fall season were shared.
The members of the student management team are critical components to the success of the high school soccer program. Student managers are invited to participate in Varsity team-building activities (e.g. team dinners, foot-golf, banquets) and are issued the some of the same gear the coaches/players wear. The right student management team makes our soccer program more enjoyable for the coaching staff and players while providing a wonderful, life-enriching opportunity for the student manager.
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