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How to understand your potential as a player

How to understand your potential as a player

The first step towards high performance and how you can unlock your full potential as a player is to understand what you are capable of achieving.

Assessing Your Potential

To understand your potential as a soccer player, you first need to assess your current skills and abilities. Here are some areas to consider:

Physical Attributes

* Speed and agility

* Strength and endurance

* Balance and coordination

Technical Skills

* Ball control and dribbling

* Passing and shooting

* Heading and defending

Mental Toughness

* Confidence and motivation

* Focus and concentration

* Resilience and adaptability

Tactical Awareness

* Understanding of the game and its rules

* Positioning and movement

* Decision-making and problem-solving

Identifying Strengths and Weaknesses

Once you've assessed your skills and abilities, the next step is to identify your strengths and weaknesses. What are you already good at and what areas do you need to improve?

Setting Goals

Based on your assessment, you can then set specific and measurable goals for yourself. These should be challenging but achievable, and they should be focused on both short-term and long-term development.

Creating a Training Plan

To reach your goals, you need a structured and systematic training plan. This should include a combination of physical, technical, mental, and tactical exercises, as well as regular assessments and adjustments.

Continuous Improvement

Understanding your potential as a soccer player is not a one-time event. It's a continuous process of assessment, goal-setting, training, and improvement. By staying committed to your development and never settling for less than your best, you can unleash your full potential and become an elite-level player.

Join my High Performance Online Training Group

To help young players assess their current performance levels and develop a training plan to achieve their full potential as a player I have set up a High Performance training group online. I am able to assess your current technical and physical performance levels, develop an individual learning plan (ILP) and sign you weekly training which you can complete individually at home to help maximize your playing potential.

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