EXPERIENCE SNOW GOAL SCORING CAMP
Why Choose Snow Goal Scoring Camp?
Snow Goal Scoring Camps grants hard-working players the opportunity to learn proper shooting technique. Coach Jake was mentored by college soccers greatest all time scorer his uncle, the late Ken Snow. Coach Jake and his team break down every meaningful aspect of his nearly perfect shooting mechanics so players learn exactly how he is able to achieve an accurate high velocity shot. Coach Jake offers unique solutions to players having difficulties achieving proper shooting form and provides ways for even the best shooters to improve. Coach Jake's encouraging and patient style of instruction helps players maximize their potential and develop more passion for soccer. With enough practice and instruction, shooting and scoring goals will become 2nd nature. There is no better camp to improve ball striking, shooting and scoring goals. Technique and hard work can take your child to the next level.
BEING ABLE TO SCORE WHEN THE OPPORTUNITY PRESENTS ITSELF
CAN BE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN:
A win and a loss.
Riding the bench and starting.
Making the ‘A’ team or the ‘B’ team
A College Scholarship worth Thousands of Dollars
Players don’t get enough Shooting in Practice
Shooting practice is most often neglected because coaches are forced to spend the majority of team training sessions working on ball control, possession, and passing. If coaches spent the amount of time required to get good at shooting their teams would be unable to possess the ball well enough to produce good scoring opportunities so SHOOTING PRACTICE IS WHAT GETS LEFT OUT!
The concept of the Camp is to get the players to take as many technically correct shots on goal with both feet and from all areas on the field where goal-scoring chances occur, at as fast-paced as possible for that particular player. Coach Jake and his team mostly demonstrate with their non dominant foot and emphasize the importance of practicing shooting with the player's weak foot. That way when a player gets scoring chances in games, they can calmly convert those chances because they have practiced that shot over and over. Learning, practicing, and repeating a technically correct shot increases power and accuracy. Players will leave with unique drills that can be practiced on their own throughout the season.
Camps will cover:
Ensuring proper technique of Right & Left foot shot
Volleys (Side, Thigh, Chest)
1st Time & 2 touch shots from distance
Receiving w/back to goal, turning & Finishing
1v1 technique’s to Goal
Curving - Inside and Outside of the foot
Breakaways, 1v1 with keeper
Who is this Camp for?
Soccer Players (boys and girls ages 6-17) regardless of skill, level, or position that wants to get better at Shooting the soccer ball. Players at every position need to be able to shoot the soccer ball.
From the young player who hasn’t been taught the proper way to shoot up to the high-level player with college aspirations who wants to increase their Goal Scoring output.
Players who want better technique that will lead to more power and better accuracy.
Any Soccer player who wants to have fun and score more goals
4-6 players per goal with 20-25 balls for each group. Players shoot 20-25 shots for each exercise. We repeat each exercise for both feet. Practicing that shot over and over creates muscle memory so finishing the soccer ball becomes 2nd nature to players. We choose 5-6 different Shooting & Scoring scenarios and situations each day, so each player takes 10-12 (both Feet) shooting sets of 20 shots each. Hardworking players should expect to take around 200 shots per day.
Summer Camp Itinerary
9:00-9:20: Warm-up of Juggling exercises, dribbling, passing
9:20-12:00: Shooting Exercises:10-12 sets of 15-25 shots each alternating Right & Left Foot
12:45-2:00: Scrimmages/Shooting Games
Why We Scrimmage at Snow Goal Scoring Camp
Scrimmaging allows players to practice their finishing skills in a game-like situation. This means that they can work on their shooting accuracy, decision making, and positioning in a realistic setting that mimics actual game scenarios. By doing so, players can improve their ability to score goals and contribute to their team's success. Scrimmaging at Snow Goal Scoring Camps can help players develop teamwork and communication skills. During a scrimmage, players must work together to create scoring opportunities and defend against the opposing team's attacks. This requires effective communication and coordination among teammates, which can translate to improved performance during actual games. Scrimmaging can provide players valuable feedback from coaches and peers. Coaches can observe players' performance during scrimmages and provide feedback for areas of improvement. Additionally, playing with and against other skilled players at Snow Goal Scoring Camps can expose players to different playing styles and techniques, allowing them to learn from their peers and incorporate new strategies into their own game. It is important players use the drills in real life situations quickly after learning them. Scrimmages are also a reward for players hard work during the drills.