Parents, want a way to get your video-game soccer players off the couch and onto the field? Kids, looking to spice your practices up with something a little more fun, high-tech and with the times (like your video games)?
We have the answer for you both: EA Sports Interactive Training.
Interactive Training EA Sports is a new, free Web site the sports video game trailblazers and U.S. Soccer have launched, that teaches kids ages 8-12 the fundamentals of the game, relaying the nuances of successful soccer players via the company’s renown technology.
Soccer expert John Hackworth, a coach to the national men’s team, hosts six videos teaching key soccer drills: passing, dribbling, heading, shooting, receiving and defending, with beginner, intermediate and expert levels available for each activity.
So what are you waiting for? Check out www.EASPORTSinteractivetraining.com for more info.