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Teach your kids how to bend it, cross it, and head it like the pros with these soccer drills and practice tips.
Get ready for your soccer league with these at-home drills.
Discover all the different ways you can score a goal for your team.
Discover how Manchester City mastered the art of passing.
Prepare for the season with these 1v1 defending drills with Virgil van Dijk.
A couple of drills that you can try anywhere that will help you pass the soccer ball in game-time situations
Here's what you should know on how to make a safe return to play.
Itching to play soccer inside your home? Check out these tips
Some of the best soccer drills you can practice at home can be done with just a ball, your feet, and some dedication
Indoor Workouts Youth Soccer Players Can Do Anywhere
There’s no shortage of resources for parents as they prepare to send their students Back to School
Follow these tips on how to advance your child's physical health and development in 10th grade.
Here are a few easy options to tackle any amount of hunger with cost-effective, tasty, and healthy options on a road trip.
To prevent inflammation, athletes should avoid overtraining and eat a whole food-based diet that contains plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables.
Outdoor sports are finally in full force. Although many athletes have been training, conditioning and playing games, the intensity will definitely be ramping up with more practices and games each week. So how can an athlete stay healthy and on the field?
Even without access to a gym, you can improve your lower-body and upper-body strength
Kids can never be outside too much
Young athletes may be subject to anti-doping testing as they progress through sport. Here's what you and your athlete should know about testing.
Follow these tips on how to advance your child's physical health and development in 9th grade.
It’s important to allow yourself to feel emotions like disappointment after a tough game and pinpoint ways to avoid the same situation happening in the future.
Studies show no link between turf fields' rubber pellets and long-term health risks
Iron and vitamin D are two common athlete nutrient deficiencies that can have a big impact on athletic performance and overall health.