Soccer Skills for Kids – One Bounce One Touch

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Glenn Alpert with Arlington Travel Soccer Club is going to show you a little bit of juggling skills

    Glenn Alpert

    After playing for many years, Glenn has been involved in all ages and abilities. After many years of commitment to improving his own level of play, he now is able to pass on his knowledge, experience, and passion for soccer to the next generation of players!

    Coaching Experience

    7 years of experience coaching youth of all ages and abilities

    Soccer Federation "B" License, NSCAA "Advanced National" Diploma       

    B.S. of Exercise Science, Salisbury University           Maryland District Coaching Staff, 3 years

    Has coached with: Arlington Travel Soccer Club, Vienna Youth Soccer (VA)

    Southside Youth Soccer (FL), Eastern Shore Sharks (MD)

    Assistant Coach 2005 Greater Washington U-17 Boys JCC Maccabi Games, Minneapolis

    Assistant Strength Coach (Women's soccer), Salisbury University        

    Certified Personal Trainer

    Playing Experience

    Academy,SantaCruz,Bolivia

    Academy, Bradenton

    U-23 Maccabi Carnival, Melbourne Australia, Gold medalist

    Maryland Major Soccer League Div. 1 and 2, Baltimore

    Trained with UMBC (University of Maryland-Baltimore County), NCAA Division 1

    Trained with Salisbury University, NCAA Division 3

    Glenn Alpert: Hi, this is Glenn Alpert with Arlington Travel Soccer Club. We are now going to do an exercise which we work on a first touch and a little bit of juggling skills. Okay, so, I am going to toss the ball to Adam, so it s going to be one bounce and he has got to return the serve for another bounce. So, ready, good one bounce, one bounce, good.

    Alright if we mess up we will start over. Okay, here, get another one, ready, very good, alright we are doing great. Okay, very good, alright so that s using one touch only, with one bounce between each partner. Next we are going to do it with each player getting two touches instead of one.