Between The Posts Podcast: Keepers | Coaches | Parents | Soccer

Sinopse

Between The Posts was created for soccer coaches, parents, goalkeepers, and fans. On all our soccer focused podcasts we seek to offer listeners solutions for many of the struggles that we see coaches, keepers, and parents going through each season at the youth developmental, club, collegiate, and professional levels. This podcast offers an expert perspective on the many technical, tactical, and psychological aspects facing youth sports and the leaders (coaches) that train our next generation of keepers. We all know that the goalie position is one of great courage, strength, and composure; it does not come without its risks and rewards. Yet, it's one of the positions that stump most who have never stood between the post. Join us as we talk through the game of soccer, the challenges of today's modern goalkeeper, the perspective of experienced coaches, and the passion of the parents who support the next generation of superstars!

Episódios

  • Ep. 23: Creating A Club Culture That People Seek Out Instead Of Settle For

    Ep. 23: Creating A Club Culture That People Seek Out Instead Of Settle For

    15/11/2018 Duração: 59min

    Do us a huge favor, please subscribe to our show and leave us a review. In the 30 seconds it takes we will be able to directly impact more coaches and organizations by seeming more important in the eyes of the tech gods. We don't know how it all works but we humbly thank you for your support!Topic: Club CultureEpisode 23: with guest Sean AfkhaminiaIn today's episode of Between The Posts we tackle a hot topic circulating coaching organizations in the ongoing discussion around creating a unique club culture. Guest Sean Afkhaminia of the Footy Factory is a prime guest to be discussing what he and his staff seek to do each season in Texas communities. | BE THE CLUB THEY SEEK OUT, NOT SETTLE FOR |Today's episode will add value to every listener no matter whether you are a player, coach, parent, or fan. Today's episode will be the one we know you will quickly want to send to others, it's just that good! Here's a glimpse into episode 23 and what you can expect as you listen and what you can take back to your organiz

  • Ep. 22: The Small-Sided Approach With Large Results | Part 2 |

    Ep. 22: The Small-Sided Approach With Large Results | Part 2 |

    24/10/2018 Duração: 01h42s

    Part 2 continues the genius of great coaching which is making hard work FUN! When planning your practices they must duplicate the excitement of the game. As coaching educators we must create an environment which forces players to make their own decisions. We must create an atmosphere where players are allowed to teach themselves and provide a practice that develops instinctive attacking and defending habits. One of the many strategies we as coaches should be using more often across youth fields are small-sided games. The impact small-sided games vs alternative methods can have on your players is hard to disagree with if introduced appropriately. In today's episode "Koach Karl" joins us to dive deeper into the methodology behind small-sided games and why he believes so deeply in a FUNdamental approach to player development.Want to read more from "Koach Karl"? For many more wonderful resources, or a closer look into the 9 Step approach to practices visit Karl online: www.fundamentalsoccer.com

  • Ep. 21: The Small-Sided Approach With Large Results | Part 1 |

    Ep. 21: The Small-Sided Approach With Large Results | Part 1 |

    10/10/2018 Duração: 01h01min

    The genius of good coaching is to make hard work seem like FUN! When planning your practices they must duplicate the excitement of the game. As coaching educators we must create an environment which forces players to make their own decisions. We must create an atmosphere where players are allowed to teach themselves and provide a practice that develops instinctive attacking and defending habits. One of the many strategies we as coaches should be using more often across youth fields are small-sided games. The impact small-sided games vs alternative methods can have on your players is hard to disagree with if introduced appropriately. In today's episode "Koach Karl" joins us to dive deeper into the methodology behind small-sided games and why he believes so deeply in a FUNdamental approach to player development.Want to read more from "Koach Karl"? For many more wonderful resources, or a closer look into the 9 Step approach to practices visit Karl online: www.fundamentalsoccer.com

  • Ep. 20: The Last 9 Seconds  Our Guarantee Of More Goals | With John DeBenedictis |

    Ep. 20: The Last 9 Seconds & Our Guarantee Of More Goals | With John DeBenedictis |

    27/09/2018 Duração: 51min

    Today's episode of Between The Posts we hold a special conversation with guest John DeBenedictus of The Last 9 Seconds. John DeBenedictis has traveled throughout North America presenting his unique lecture on scoring goals. He was one of the keynote speakers at the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) Coaching Convention in Indianapolis in 2013 speaking to a standing room only crowd of over 500 coaches. He was also a guest speaker at the NSCAA conventions in 2004 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and 2005 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. In 2007, DeBenedictis was invited to speak in Santa Clara, California for the California Youth Soccer Association’s annual coaching conference and convention. John holds the unique distinction of having spoken to the largest soccer coaching audience by any Canadian born coach. Over 1,000 coaches attended his sessions at the conference in Baltimore. John is in his 40th year of coaching and has coached at all levels including internationally. He also ran his own soc

  • Ep. 19: The Footy Factory Philosophy with Guest Sean Afkhaminia

    Ep. 19: The Footy Factory Philosophy with Guest Sean Afkhaminia

    19/09/2018 Duração: 58min

    Article Written By Caleb Wossen of The Dallas Observer: https://www.dallasobserver.com/arts/a-new-soccer-school-is-redirecting-the-focus-from-winning-to-technique-to-the-dismay-of-some-8951088 "Most training sessions for youth soccer feature a dozen or more players engaged in rigorous group exercises and fitness tests, mirroring the sport’s homonymous counterpart, football. Practice at Footy Factory, based in Addison, TX more closely resembles a martial arts or improv session. Players ranging from kindergartners to high school seniors scrimmage in groups of three or four per session and occasionally one is pulled aside to polish a flaw in technique. During these drills, little to no reference is made to games or competition. This is by design, says founder and CEO Sean Afkhaminia. The goal of Footy Factory is to revolutionize American youth soccer with training that is individualized and focused on developing specific skills by taking the focus and pressure off winning. “We’re trying to develop players,

  • Ep. 18: Why We Need More Leaders! With Former US National Team Staff Coach Graham Ramsay

    Ep. 18: Why We Need More Leaders! With Former US National Team Staff Coach Graham Ramsay

    06/09/2018 Duração: 01h04min

    Episode 18 comes to us from guest Graham Ramsay of the Soccer School (est. 1969) on a topic that coach Ramsay has written about many times as a guest on multiple soccer blogs, coaching websites, and global publications. After a busy summer covering the World Cup, coach Ramsay's take on soccer in the US is not only a valid one but also one of great knowledge based on his many years as a national team staff member. On a sidenote from your host: Coach Ramsay is brilliant, his perspective on US Soccer couldn't be more accurate and more worth the listeners time. We face a moment of reflection in the US as a soccer loving nation and Coach Ramsay offers a perspective steeped in expereince at every level on the pitch and off. He's the type of leaders we all can look to for guidance! He's the type of leader we need to create in our players! In a message to other coaches through his own weekly publishment coach Ramsay writes: Dear All, From observing a college try-out and a month of World Cup soccer we a

  • Ep. 17: The Biggest Myth In Goalkeeping | Will This Myth Be Busted? |

    Ep. 17: The Biggest Myth In Goalkeeping | Will This Myth Be Busted? |

    30/08/2018 Duração: 40min

    It may come as a shock to a lot of people, but being a goalkeeper is actually relatively simple. Many people, either keepers desperate to learn the ‘secrets’ of becoming the best keeper they can be or parents trying to push a coach to teach their child the “advanced training”. The myth: There are “Secret training techniques” only used by the professionals. The truth is that there is no secret advanced training out there that magically takes a keeper from zero to hero. In fact, goalkeeper training stays pretty much the same throughout a keepers career. Whether you’re a professional or just starting out, you’ll be practicing pretty much the same stuff. The difference is that the professionals train these training drills at higher a pace and shot strength which requires higher levels of physical fitness and greater command of technique. This might seem unfortunate to some people but there are two ways to look at it: You can see this as a negative - No, there isn’t a “magic bullet” that will help you make huge

  • Ep. 16: Listen, Your Goalkeepers Will Save Their Next Spot Kick (Penalty Kick)

    Ep. 16: Listen, Your Goalkeepers Will Save Their Next Spot Kick (Penalty Kick)

    22/08/2018 Duração: 54min

    Episode 16: How Can Your Keepers Save Their Next Spot Kick (penalty kick)? Between the Posts episodes are all about inspiration, education, and motivation to help you the coach, player, parent, or fan be a better version of yourself on the pitch or sideline! My name is Tyler Vaughan and this is the podcast devoted to goalkeepers and coaches bringing you the most relevant topics discussed weekly to help you tackle each season's challenges. It doesn’t matter whether your a veteran coach or new to coaching, we strive to deliver a variety of topics and strategies for everyone! This week we’re going to change things up and deliver a bit of a more focused episode that came to us in the form of a question from one of our very own listeners. Last week Brendan emailed in a question regarding penalty save strategies for his son who is a goalkeeper. Brendan writes: Tyler, my son has struggled with saving penalties during his club games. Though PK’s don’t happen all that often they somehow always end up defining the

  • Ep. 15: The 5 Habits Of Effective Coaches

    Ep. 15: The 5 Habits Of Effective Coaches

    15/08/2018 Duração: 58min

    Topic: The 5 habits of truly effective Coaches What are the things that great coaches do every day that makes them great? Is it their ability to inspire, to educate, or to Motivate? On today’s episode of Between the Posts, we will tackle the 5 habits of effective coaches giving you a few things to think about as you prepare for your next coaching season. 1. Make training more challenging and more demanding than the game you face each week. Great coaches realize that competition is not the time to find out where your athletes’ physical and mental limits are. Training needs to be more challenging and more demanding – physically, mentally, technically, tactically, emotionally – than the competition your athletes are preparing for. 2. Never cease to Learn and develop as a coach faster than the players you’re coaching. Great coaches realize that success is a moving target and to stay relevant they must be committed to life-long learning, honest personal and professional evaluation and continuous improvement.

  • Ep. 14: So, You Want To Play College Soccer? |Part 2 of 2|

    Ep. 14: So, You Want To Play College Soccer? |Part 2 of 2|

    08/08/2018 Duração: 42min

    Topic: How To Play College Soccer On today's episode of Between The Posts we welcome back for the second part of last weeks episode Bradley Morrison. Bradley is a current Division 1 collegiate coach, former youth state director, and all around top-level coach who we're humbled to have on the show. For those of you that weren't able to tune in last week and get to know coach Bradley he has a wonderful perspective and brings an all-around unique view to the podcast that will leave listeners full of energy and information to get the process of playing at the collegiate level started. Bradley's history on both sides of this table delivers sound advice that he's learned from his many years as both a youth state director now through his time as a collegiate coach. With rules, regulations, do's and don'ts constantly changing Bradley is an expert whose opinion you can trust and follow with confidence. In a world where technology provides a unique vantage point for college coaches into the player profile, we tackle so

  • Ep. 13: So, You Want To Play College Soccer? |Part 1 of 2|

    Ep. 13: So, You Want To Play College Soccer? |Part 1 of 2|

    01/08/2018 Duração: 50min

    Topic: How To Play College Soccer On today's episode of Between The Posts we welcome on Bradley Morrison, Division 1 collegiate coach, former youth state director, and all around top-level coach. Bradley has a wonderful perspective and brings an all-around unique view to the podcast that will leave listeners full of energy and information to get the process of playing at the collegiate level started. Bradley's history on both sides of this table delivers sound advice that he's learned from his years as both a youth state director now through his time as a collegiate coach. With rules, regulations, do's and don'ts constantly changing Bradley is an expert whose opinion you can trust and follow with confidence. In a world where technology provides a unique vantage point for college coaches into the player profile, we tackle some key ideas around standing out amongst the crowd and how your player can differentiate themselves from others. Here are the facts, yes, seeking to play college soccer is achievable for mo

  • Ep. 12: Series FINALE With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 2.2 |

    Ep. 12: Series FINALE With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 2.2 |

    25/07/2018 Duração: 01h09min

    Did you miss the first few episodes in our mini series with "Koach" Karl Dewazien? Prior to listening to Episode 12 feel free to learn more about "Koach" Karl on his "About" page here: https://fundamentalsoccer.com/koach-karl-2 Today we wrap up our world class mini-series with "Koach" Karl Dewazien centered around his "9 Steps Practice Routine". The finale of our opening episodes where Tyler and Karl dive deep into the first half of practice covering topics from the 5 principles of Attacking and Defending to a simple yet effective way to break down the field into thirds, structuring practices like games, and having a clear player focused approach to training. For those of you who have tuned in to our earlier episodes we hope you have enjoyed the time we spent with Karl and humbly want to thank you for lending us your ear! Check out a recap below on the "9 Steps" that come to a close in today's episode. 9 Step Practice Routine: Begin Practice: Demo & Explanation of Theme Warm-Up: Figure 8 Stretching On

  • Ep. 11 The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 2.1 |

    Ep. 11 The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 2.1 |

    18/07/2018 Duração: 01h11min

    Want to know more about Koach Karl Dewazien prior to listening to Episode 11? Check out Koach Karl Dewazien's "About Us" page here: https://fundamentalsoccer.com/koach-karl-2 Today we continue our mini-series with Coach Karl Dewazien former California State Director around his "9 Steps To Practice Routine". A continuation of our opening episodes where Tyler and Karl now begin to tackle the second half of practice. Today's episode picks up with the half time mindset in your training sessions and then begins to take a closer look at Step 6, small sided games. Here's a recap on the first half of practice that we discussed in past episodes: Begin Practice: Demo & Explanation of Theme Warm-Up: Figure 8 Stretching One + One: Cooperative Game One vs One: Competitive Game Don't forget to check our Koach Karl's website for more information and content! He's a true front-runner in impacting this generation as well as future generations of players in the United States! https://fundamentalsoccer.com/

  • Ep 10. The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.3 |

    Ep 10. The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.3 |

    04/07/2018 Duração: 48min

    Want to know more about Koach Karl Dewazien prior to listening to Episode 10? Check out Koach Karl's "About Us" page here: https://fundamentalsoccer.com/koach-karl-2 Today we continue our mini-series with Coach Karl Dewazien around his "9 Steps To Practice Routine". A continuation of our opening episodes where Tyler and Karl dive deeper into the first half of practice covering topics from the 5 principles of Attacking and Defending to a simple yet effective way to break down the field into thirds. Today's episode picks up with our duty as a coach to encourage creativity in players as well as empowering players to take charge of their development away from the pitch. Karl dives into how parents can get involved with player growth outside of the training pitch as well as how we should allow players to "create" their own environment leading to creativity and growth! A recap on the first half of practice that will be discussed in today's episode: Begin Practice: Demo & Explanation of Theme Warm-Up: Figure

  • Ep. 9: The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.2 |

    Ep. 9: The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.2 |

    27/06/2018 Duração: 59min

    "The outcome of our children is INFINITELY MORE IMPORTANT than the outcome of any game they will ever play!" - Koach Karl Dewazien In today's mini-series we continue with Coach Karl Dewazien around his "9 Steps To Practice". A continuation of our opening episode where Tyler and Karl dive deeper into the first half of practice covering topics from the 5 principles of Attacking and Defending to a simple yet effective way to break down the field into thirds. A recap on the first half of practice that will be discussed in today's episode: Begin Practice: Demo & Explanation of Theme Warm-Up: Figure 8 Stretching One + One: Cooperative Game One vs One: Competitive Game

  • Ep. 8: The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.1 |

    Ep. 8: The 9 Steps To Practice With Coach Karl | A Mini Series - Part 1.1 |

    21/06/2018 Duração: 55min

    On today's episode of Between The Posts, we welcome notable youth soccer coach, past California State Director of 30 years, and new friend of the show Coach Karl Dewazien. Coach Karl brings a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and a unique perspective that every listener can gain from tuning in. Coach Karl will be on the show over the next few weeks discussing his "9 Steps To Practice" in a 6 episode mini-series that will introduce our listeners to many wonderful principles of coaching that he and others have developed over decades of coaching at all levels. Another winner in the FUNdamental series of books written by coach Karl Dewazien. The “9-Step Practice” offers a unique child-centered approach that certainly works with younger players but also incorporates strategies that work across all ages of players and skill levels. Don't lose focus for one minute during this episode and those that follow in this mini-series as Coach Karl delivers gold nuggets around every turn!

  • Ep. 7: UEFA A Licensed Coach Tom Poole: Integrating Goalkeepers Into Team Training

    Ep. 7: UEFA A Licensed Coach Tom Poole: Integrating Goalkeepers Into Team Training

    13/06/2018 Duração: 01h57s

    Main Topic: How can coaches integrate goalkeepers into their team training sessions? As coaches, we are all fortunate at some point in our careers to have certain conversations with other guys and gals that leave us inspired to be a better version of ourselves. On each episode of Between The Posts our goal is to offer that conversation to our listeners. On today's episode, Tyler speaks with one of the most accomplished young coaches in today's youth game. Currently fresh off of earning his UEFA A license coach Tom Poole of Denver Colorado drops in to discuss one of the topics that coaches of all levels face each season, integrating goalkeepers into training sessions. Tom takes you through a very well organized and detailed breakdown of some of the most critical, and, easiest ways to incorporate goalkeepers into your sessions next season. Points of Discussion: 1. Distribution exercises 2. Playing out of the back 3. 1 v 1 finishing  4. Possession-oriented drills that seek to divide the lines and penetrate to

  • Ep. 6: Seeking Perfection  Its Impact On Identifying Youth Talent In Modern Soccer

    Ep. 6: Seeking Perfection & It's Impact On Identifying Youth Talent In Modern Soccer

    06/06/2018 Duração: 01h07min

    Topic: Seeking Perfection & Its Impact On Identifying Youth Talent In Modern Soccer General Stats: - Perfectionism is increasing over time: A meta-analysis of birth cohort differences from 1989 to 2016. 2 out of 5 children today were considered to display perfectionist tendencies. - Journalist Amanda Ruggeri writes for the BBC, “Perfectionism, after all, is an ultimately self-defeating way to move through the world. It is built on an excruciating irony: making, and admitting, mistakes is a necessary part of growing and learning and being human. It also makes you better at your career and relationships and life in general. By avoiding mistakes at any cost, a perfectionist can make it harder to reach their own lofty goals.” - According to Anxiety BC: Perfectionism robs our children of the youth sports experience and develops long-term anxiety that can be damaging to the brain and body. It also teaches our children to have an unhealthy view of the world. “Perfectionism is not about having high standards

  • Ep. 5: What Happens When They Score Against You? | Positive Thinking For Goalkeepers ( Loris Karius) |

    Ep. 5: What Happens When They Score Against You? | Positive Thinking For Goalkeepers (& Loris Karius) |

    31/05/2018 Duração: 52min

    In today's episode we tackle the all to often experience we as goalkeepers have all gone through. As keepers, we all know that sinking feeling that comes whenever we have to pick the ball out of the back of our net. We failed at our job. The other team scored a goal and it's all YOUR fault. That's it. The game is lost... ...but is it? A goalkeeper is probably under the most pressure of any other player on the pitch. When you do your job, sometimes nobody will notice - but when a shot gets the better of you, you're public enemy number one. It's the nature of the job. You WILL let in goals at some point. The important thing is preparing for when that happens. But don't worry, I'm here to help. So consider this goalkeeper's therapy. Soccer is as much a mental game as it is physical. Looking for more quality content like this? Follow us on all major social media channels for more of the great education we deliver here to your ears! Questions or thoughts on how we can improve the next Between The Post

  • Ep. 4: Five Tips Every Coach Should Know About Training Goalkeepers

    Ep. 4: Five Tips Every Coach Should Know About Training Goalkeepers

    23/05/2018 Duração: 29min

    In today's episode, Tyler discusses 5 key ideas every coach should know when supporting your team's goalkeeper. With today's podcast, we seek to include a few specific concepts that any coach, parent, or volunteer can communicate to their goalkeepers this season in order to encourage proper catching technique, communicating to teammates, and controlling their area to name a few. With everything, we introduce we encourage all listeners to really embrace the challenges that we all know exist when working with that one position on the field that doesn't quite make sense unless you've done it. We know that the challenges so many coaches face when supporting their team's goalkeeper is simply a lack of comfort with what they should be doing or saying. We hope to give you a few bite-size points to start to look for and convey to your team's goalie. We have all faced those key moments in a game where the goalkeeper became exposed and beaten yet as a coach we weren't quite sure how to educate them for the next opp

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