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    SUFC Coaches Resources
    Created: Mar 13, 2015 12:49 PM, Updated: Mar 21, 2018 12:41 PM
    This Coach Resource & Manuals page is designed to provide ongoing learning and additional information to assist coaches with age specific development practices and materials within the organization.
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    Ontario Soccer Grassroot Practice Sessions
    A Complete List of Practice Sessions from Ontario Soccer For All LTPD Age Groups Active Start (U3-U5) Fundamentals (U6-U8) Learn to Train (U9-U12)
     
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    The Canadian Soccer Association Lightning Policy
    Changes in the Canadian Soccer Lightning Policy Effective July 12, 2017
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    Healthy Snack Guidelines
    Again in 2018 Strathroy United FC is taking the Challenge with the Healthy Kids Community Challenge and will be working to encourage kids and families within our programs to make vegetables and fruit a part of every meal and snack. Canada’s Food Guide recommends children aged 2-13 years old eat 4-6 servings of veggies and fruit each day. However, we know kids and adults often fall short of this goal.
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    Active Start - Coaches Toolkit
    A player’s soccer technique—which revolves around core skills such as passing, receiving and controlling the ball—will improve through: • Getting lots of touches on the ball. • Fun competitions that motivate players to use different techniques. • Plenty of positive feedback.
     
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    FUNdamentals - Coaches Toolkit
    A player’s soccer technique—which revolves around core skills such as controlling the ball, dribbling, shooting, fakes, turns, and passing—will improve through: • Getting lots of touches on the ball. • Fun competitions that motivate players to use different techniques. • Opportunities to make quick decisions about the best technique to use in a given situation. • Plenty of positive feedback.
     
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    Learn to Train - Coaches Toolkit
    A player’s soccer technique—which revolves around core skills such as dribbling, shooting, fakes, turns, controlling the ball, and passing—will improve through: • Getting lots of touches on the ball. • Fun competitions that motivate players to use different techniques. • Opportunities to make quick decisions about the best technique to use in a given situation. • Plenty of positive feedback.
     
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    Avoiding and Preventing Heat Related Injuries When Playing Soccer
    There are some simple guidelines which have been prepared by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) when it comes to running activities in a hot and/or humid environment. The goal in participating in hot weather is to avoid fluid loss from the body or dehydration. Water not only accounts for some 98% of our body composition, but functions to help deliver oxygen to working muscles, and keeps the body from overheating during strenuous activity. Hard working muscles generate heat which is dissipated through the act of sweating.
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    CONCUSSION GUIDELINES FOR COACHES & TRAINERS
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