A Family Plan to Lift The Long Game
The Key Takeaway
Getting into the right soccer program will change your life's trajectory.
Who Should Be on Your Team?
Parents are largely going about elite athletics blind. They are trying to get valuable information from people who are doing the same thing they're doing. That is not the way to reach the end goals they want for their children.
High school coaches, as well intended as they may be, are focusing on making their program top notch, not helping to develop their athletes' college careers.
When your teammates are having repeated injuries, don't go to them for advice on problems you may be experiencing. Instead, work on a plan that you can share with them. Develop a direction and a focus and strategically follow it. It will get you where you want to be.
Maximize Your IMPACKD
GO WEST, YOUNG ATHLETE?
Several years ago at a showcase tournament, I was handing out flyers of the soccer team's members. A Western Conference coach asked me, "Do you have any players who want to go to the West Coast?"
He told me, in so many words, that there are opportunities out there where colleges will bend over backwards to recruit an outlier.
Are you willing to be the outlier? If you're from Mississippi, would you go to Provo, Utah? If you're a Pennsylvanian, do you want the West Coast version of Penn State?
Have you even thought about it? You cannot gain access if you haven't opened your mind to the possibilities. There are many considerations when deciding on a college, and soccer is a great way to access opportunities. But you have to know what to do and when to do it. We can help.
HOW TO BECOME AN IMPACKD ATHLETE
How to Become an IMPACKD Athlete
JOIN: Register for the IMPACKD program. It will change the trajectory of your life.
CONTROL: Follow the 12 months of essential routines to match your lifestyle to your dreams.
LEARN: Get the exercises that will improve stability, explosiveness, and overall performance.
LEVERAGE: Use the recruiting tools to become the best candidate that teams, coaches, and schools desire.