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OPTI’s SoccerFIT Medically Based Soccer-Specific Conditioning Program

SoccerFIT

The OPTI Comeback Club SoccerFIT Program is geared towards former OPTI patients who are training for college soccer but is also open to high school aged athletes (if space allows) who want to have more medically based supervision and direction while working on their soccer-specific fitness!

The group sessions are 2 days a week and incorporate soccer specific agility, speed, and power with coaching and education on proper loading mechanics to reduce the risk for injury. The sessions are based off of the most up to date research on the positive effects of neuromuscular and propriceptive training programs on injury rates.  At the end of the session, we will be having small sided pick-up games followed by exercises to assist with reducing the risk for injuries by focusing on the athlete’s loading/unloading mechanics while fatigued.  This program is run by Katie Cordery, PT and Brent Cordery, PT who will be developing the sessions based off of summer workouts given to you by your respective Colleges and Universities in order to prepare you for pre-season.  Katie is a former collegiate soccer player and has had to overcome several severe injuries so she knows what it takes to be READY for college soccer both physically and mentally!

Let us know if you are interested and want to be on the group emails/text messages regarding this program by emailing katie@omahapti.com or calling OPTI at 402.934.8688.  This program runs in the months of June and July.

 

Cost:  $10/session

Dates/Times:  Tuesdays 9-10am, Thursdays 9-10am during the months of June and July

Location:  Omaha Sports Complex on 144th & Giles and grass fields in the Omaha area

What to bring:  Cleats, shin guards, ball, water, and a great attitude

 

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00167-009-0823-z

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0363546504272261

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Markus_Huebscher/publication/40045819_Neuromuscular_Training_for_Sports_Injury_Prevention_A_Systematic_Review/links/02e7e534f1a3e306ab000000.pdf