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Since 1982, Reza has had a major influence in the Northern VA metropolitan soccer community. Starting with leading the University of Maryland in both goals and points as a division one collegiate athlete, Reza has both supported coaches and played on award winning teams over the past 30 years. He will be teaching the advanced concepts this summer that he has learned over a lifetime of experience.
One of our goals is to give you a unique, intense, and inspiring training experience. We strive to make you a more complete soccer player while increasing your passion for the Lord & the game and commitment to excellence. However, in order to see significant physical & spiritual improvements in your game, training must be consistent and frequent. Getting in a random training session every so often certainly has its value, but really becomes more of a "teaching" session, rather than a "training" session. These are helpful if a player just wants to sharpen up, discuss a certain area/issue(s) they are having with their respective game, or is preparing for an event/try-out. With 12 consecutive sessions you will not only receive extensive "teaching" but the "training" will provide remarkable benefits that 1-2 random sessions cannot.
Most soccer players are frustrated for not being the player they want to be, not getting the playing time they want, and not having the skills they need to be a great player. Many dream of becoming a professional soccer player, to be the best player on the field, but they don’t know how to actually improve their soccer skills. They go to practices all the time, they join a club team, and play year round and practice as hard as they can but they never get any better than the other players on their team. This is the gap Conquerors League Soccer Training Ministry closes in on. It’s all about “Touches”... Conquerors League actually uses drills and exercises that are designed to drastically improve your touch.
Mistakes are a natural part of soccer. Whether you (or your teammates) shoot the ball over the goal, pass the ball to the other team, or take bad touch... mistakes happen. You can't prevent mistakes, but you can learn how to react to mistakes in a way that helps you stay confident, composed, focused and perform well. That's one of the things we focus on teaching our players.
Many soccer players suffer from fear of failure and worry about outcomes, inability to take the confidence they have in practice into games, fragile confidence after bad passes or mistakes, poor emotional control or ability to cope with mistakes, inability to play freely and relaxed in games.
You have two basic options for reacting to mistakes... (Human way or God’s ways) The first option is to get upset, frustrated, and angry that you're not performing up to your ability and allow these feelings to affect your performance. This choice is clearly
not the best option. A better option is to react to mistakes (knowing what God says about mistakes) with self-control composure. This option allows you to stay positive and think more about improvement instead of failure. So, how can you stay confident and use mistakes as motivation to improve?
Here are four simple tips from the Bible: (1) Don't expect to perform perfectly. You are not the Great I AM! (Ex.3:16) Only GOD is perfect- Ps. 19:5. Understand that you are human! (I am who I am by the grace of God, ICor. 15:10) and mistakes are a part of soccer. (2) Do your best to not to get locked into your mistake, ask The Lord to free you up. Focus on the next play or shot when you’re on the field. When you look back and dwell on the mistake, your mind is not in the present. Remember The Lord wants you always to forgive, forget and let go even during the game! (3) Understand that making a mistake is not the problem. The real problem is when you react negatively to the mistake with frustration and dwell in the past. This turns into making more mistakes. Remind yourself again to forgive, forget and let go! Remember that even professional soccer players don't perform perfectly with zero mistakes. They know that mistakes are inevitable and therefore they are able to stay composed and confident after missed opportunities or bad passes.
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