Friday, January 20, 2012

HSA Winter Session

Winter Session has begun! BOOYAH!!!

For those new to the HSA, here is some info on what to expect:

Each training session will contain the following components - physical play, individual ball skills, team building skills, team play. Parent involvement is also expected and necessary for a successful training session. The U4 group contains a wide age and ability range, and we need your help to engage your child. Don't be discouraged if your child is not interested in everything going on, that will develop with familiarity and repetition. Taking a break to 'refocus' is normal and encouraged for the well being of all children involved. Embrace the fun elements and try not to force those things that the child is resistant to, but keep them attentive and in the training area if possible as the proximity to activity will familiarize the child for future sessions. Training activities will be quick paced and fun to keep the interest of the children. Most children will not turn professional after one academy program, it will most likely take at least two...

In the U8 age group most children have played soccer before. Activities will be a bit more focused, and will still be built off of the four pillars of soccer: technical, tactical, physical, and psychological components. Team play will also be a key component for development. Parents will be called upon at times to participate in activities to help 'spread' the instruction. Also, times of redirection may be necessary at times for young players.

We are excited to begin a new session. Here are the specifics:

Where - Alaska Dome, south endzone field.

When - Fridays, beginning January 20-March 2, 6-7pm.

What to bring - soccer ball (size 3), shin guards, water, shoes to run in, $50 payment (cash or check to Alaska Northstars). We will also have a waiver for you to sign.

1 comment:

  1. Wow these kind of camps should be organized, especially for little kids. Playing soccer is a very healthy activity. We get lazy in winters but we forget the more we work out and play the less we would feel cold. To get out of my boring and lazy routine, I decided to join Winter Soccer Camps. This link really helped me out in my desire. Must join Winter Soccer Camps by hostmysoccercamps