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3 Reasons You Need A Personal Training Plan

Updated: Sep 21, 2022

I’ve seen it over and over again as a coach. A player will come out on their own while I’m training my team, and they will go over to an open goal and start pounding shots on goal or throw down a line of cones and dribble.

Yes, it is significant that they took the time to get out and train on their own. And there is nothing wrong with this. But the first step to not getting the best results for time spent is doing something without a plan. As a personal soccer coach for your personal goals, I want you to get the best results for your time spent training on your own.

A personal plan provides structure. There’s nothing worse than feeling like you are wasting your time. A program includes a system, so you’re not wondering what to do next or reverting to what you’ve seen others do. A plan should have a specific sequence that builds on itself. And has some measurement elements so that you can see progress.

A personal plan provides goals. A program with a set number of weeks gives you an automatic goal - to complete the program! You can break it down further and consider it a daily or weekly plan to complete all the workouts.

A personal plan provides a checklist. If you love to “check” things off, you will love a unique structured program because you can check it off every time you train. It’s like giving yourself a high-five every time you train on your own.

You need a personal plan if you’re not training on your own. As a personal soccer coach for your personal goals, I want to help you with your schedule. Join Next Level Soccer Academy to get started.

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