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  • There are a lot of people that have a hard time understanding how they can be wise about training for soccer. When you are going to train for soccer you want to make sure that you are able to go about training successfully.

    First , you should make sure that you take the time that you need to understand how you are going to be smart about the way that you are going to train for running. Make sure that you understand how you are going to be running successfully.

    When you want to start learning how to run well you want to make sure that you understand how you are going to run consistently. You should be sure that you learn how you are going to start pushing yourselves on a run.

    There are a lot of people that do not realize that they should run long distances and they should also run sprints. You should be sure that you understand that as you are running long distances you will also want to push through intervals of sprints.

    Make sure that you understand that as you are running you will also want to perfect your form. Learn to understand how you can be sure that you are going to land on your feet properly to ensure that you get the most out of each step.

    Be sure that you are also pushing off well while you are running. You want to make sure that you push off so that you can propel yourself to the next step and ensure that you can increase the distance of the step that you are taking.

    While you are running long distance you want to make sure that you understand that you will need to keep up your running throughout the whole soccer game. You will have to run up and down the field to ensure that you are going to keep up with game.

    There are a lot of people that struggle understanding how they can be wise about the way that they interval train. You should be sure that you push through the interval training of your runs to ensure that you can sprint in the game as well.

    As you are running in the game you have to understand that you will also have to sprint through the game. Getting to the ball quickly and ensuring that you can move around players on the field quickly is absolutely imperative.
    Suppose you're a high school athlete and you know that you want to take your game to the next level. You may have gotten a few letters, a few e-mails, maybe a call or two from college coaches at nearby schools. You want to get the word out more broadly, and you're not exactly sure how to go about it. Here are three ideas for you to pursue to make sure coaches take notice of you:

    1. Send out an articulate and personalized cover letter to coaches at schools you're interested in, directing them to wherever they need to go to see more information about you.

    You may be tempted to send e-mails all over the place but it's much too easy to delete an e-mail without reading it while a letter will get opened and read. There are several things you want to accomplish with this letter:

    First, make sure you mention something that will set you apart. It could be something about your size , speed, stats, academic record, one spectacular performance, or an award you won. It should be something that is intriguing enough for this coach to want to know more.

    Second, make sure you mention something about the sports program that helps the coach understand why you're interested and how you can add some value. Every kid who contacts this coach wants a spot , but you will impress a coach by showing that you've done your homework and you understand enough about their program to speak intelligently about how you would fit.

    Third, direct the coach to where they can find more information about you. There are lots of options for this (see 2 below). Just make sure you remember to invite them to take the next step.

    2. Prepare a resume with your athletic and academic profile, and videotape of a game or skills at a minimum. You may also choose to add highlights, a personal interview, and a high school coach interview to your videotape.

    You can find templates for the letter suggested in number 1 above, and the resume in number 2 above in my book , Put Me In, Coach. There are several venues for your information:

    You may choose to make and send out a hard copy of your profile and your videotape. These can be sent along with your cover letter. You also need to decide whether to send your videotape to every coach you're interested in, or just to invite the coach to request it. One disadvantage of mailings is the expense of producing and mailing individual copies to many coaches when only a few will probably be interested.

    You may want to post your information to a recruiting website. For a relatively minor fee, these websites let you archive your profile, some videotape, and sometimes other things like recommendation letters from high school or club coaches. The advantage of posting your information is that once it's posted , you just need to direct coaches to it. You may still need to offer to send videotape as not all recruiting websites will store a long piece of game tape. Do not assume that once your information is posted, coaches will flock to it. You still need to send out cover letters or make phone calls to give them a reason to go to your information. Some sites offer help with coach e-mail addresses as well.
    In preparation for the 2012-13 higher education hoops season, SI.inter breaks down the best of the most effective in eh of the six major conferences. Andrew Glockner serves up his selections for Player of the Year, breakout candidate and more for the Big 15.Player of the Year: Cody Zeller, IndianapolisWith apologies to Deaun Thomas, Aaron Craft , Trey Burke, along with the rest of a seriously talented conference, it's hard to peg anyone as being a better bet just for this distinction than Zeller, that doubles as the favourite for national player of the year honors. The particular 7-foot.