Train to Compete Camp: Soccer-Specific Strength & Conditioning

Capital Soccer’s Train to Compete Camp: Soccer-Specific Strength & Conditioning

July 8, 2019 through August 9, 2019

Age groups: 7th Grade through Collegiate Athletes


Waterbury Ice Center

Mondays - Wednesdays - Fridays

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Whether you are trying to make your JV or Varsity team, preparing to be a key returning player on your Varsity squad, preparing for the grind of your first college pre-season, or competing for a conference championship, this program is for players who want to reach an elite level of preparation for their respective competitions.  We work with individuals to strive to reach the best version of themselves - knowing that each athlete’s past experience and future goals are different.  Capital Soccer’s Train to Compete staff take pride in their ability and energy to connect with each athlete personally and to help them achieve their success.  


Program Outline

  • Dynamic Stretch + Technical Skills + Foot Speed/Acceleration - 30 minutes
  • Injury Prevention (Ankle/Knee/Hip) and Core Activation - 20 minutes
  • Strength Training - 40 minutes
  • Soccer Specific Conditioning - 30 minutes


Prerequisites for Participation

  • Coachability- Players must have the ability to receive feedback and apply it.
  • Work ethic- Players must have the ability to push themselves every training session.
  • Passion- Players must have an internalized enjoyment and interest in the game of soccer and making themselves a better athlete.
  • Resilience- Players must accept that failure is part of the process of improving as an athlete and have the willingness and desire to push through frustrations and mistakes to continue to grow.
  • Respect- Players must be able to respect themselves, their teammates, their environment, and their coaches.  We strive to foster a community of tolerance, diversity, inclusiveness, positive thought, and growth as athletes and people.    



The Train to Compete 5-Week program will provide the full training experience to best prepare you for fall season competition.


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