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Coach Dan Williams

Coach Dan Williams is the founder of Next Level Soccer Academy, a cutting-edge academy designed to take a player's game to the next level.  As a former player himself, Coach Dan knows what it's takes to work hard and get to the next level.  In a team environment, an individual's ability and potential can often times not be fully realized because of the ratio of players to coach. Coach Dan has seen too many talented players top out at a level well below their potential. In an effort to help players and their families experience greater fulfillment through soccer competition, he started Next Level Soccer Academy to specialize on the individual needs of each player so they can reach peak performance for their club or school team.

Coach Dan's playing experience includes playing in college (NAIA). His professional playing experience includes playing for the Atlanta Express that competed in the Southern Indoor Soccer League (SISL). He has been working in the sports performance industry globally since 1993 and has been coaching soccer for over 10 years in Gwinnett, Georgia. Coach Dan holds coaching licenses from the United States Soccer Federation, United Soccer Coaches, is a certified trainer in the MORR Training System (Movement, Overspeed, Resistance, Reaction), and is a certified Totalfit Trainer. He is also one of the founders of Totalfit Performance, a unique training system for BODY, MIND, and SPIRIT that leads to optimal performance.

Dan was interviewd on How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast and you can listen to his interview here

In Episode 100, Dan Williams, soccer coach and Founder/Coach at Next Level Soccer Academy, and Founder/President of Sports Serve, talks with Phil and Paul about lessons he has learned from playing and coaching.

Coach Dan's passion is helping young soccer players find success by helping them identify the problem then giving them a plan that they can take action on. He believes that every player is unique and needs a training program specially designed for them to reach their optimal performance.

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