With over ten thousand players using Epic Soccer Training, from over 100 countries, it would seem to be a comprehensive and valuable soccer training program. But is it?
Following is a brief outline of what this soccer program covers, and an honest review of the program, its benefits and areas for improvement.
So what is Epic Soccer Training?
It’s a unique soccer program developed by Matt Smith, a former Adidas All-American Player.
The program caters for beginners, and also those who have already mastered basic soccer skills, to help them become better players. It’s based on individual training, to help soccer players improve their skills on their own, outside the typical team environment.
Matt Smith created the course based on skills he learned from some of the best soccer coaches in the world. It helps soccer players to improve their ball control, dribbling, passing and shooting, as well as improve their overall soccer intelligence. It’s fair to say most players would not have access to this type of training, and will learn soccer drills they wouldn’t learn anywhere else.
The program content consists of a PDF workbook, and four modules each with a series of videos that provide an outline of each soccer drill, and practical details on how to do it. The practical nature of the program make it easy for players to apply the skills learned in games.
There is 4 hours and 40 minutes of video content, providing plenty of demonstrations on the individual soccer skills, as well as a couple of classroom lessons to improve your overall understanding of the game, and help you play smarter.
Overview of the Main Features
- The program comes with a 77-page workbook, which provides the outline of the soccer program, as well as useful background information about the course and