by Bryan Dean
As the soccer team practices, the players are improving their skills not only as individuals but as a team. Coach Carr helps them on their soccer journeys to become the best they can possibly be.
Team passing exercises are great for warming up. As the teammates practice they must direct the ball to one individual. Focusing on the direction of the ball requires concentration.
The team moves on to pass the soccer ball in a big circle. Passing is key to good game strategy.
The soccer team now takes a small breather after plenty of exercise. While taking a break Coach Carr critiques their technique and gives them tips.
Now Coach Carr allows the team to kick the soccer balls with a bit more power. They have fun and enjoy a bit more freedom with the ball.
Kicking again with partners develops focus of kicks. The team surely enjoys having partner practice.
Many teammates see how far they can kick the ball in competition with each other. Even though it is practice they are enjoying it.
On the other side of the field the soccer team holds its own scrimmage games. They face off against each other in efforts to better their game.
Soccer practice is great for team bonding and building skill. They are sure to be a hit this season.