April 28, 2020

Hello there!

We hope everyone is staying safe and keeping busy during these unprecedented times.

We are very excited to announce that Player Development, our widely popular feature on iOS devices, is now available on Android!

New to SoccerPulse? Player Development allows...

August 5, 2019

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Two years ago, I wrote a very popular blog about how it was time to do away with Max-Out Aerobic tests in team sports. You can read that blog by clicking here,

February 25, 2019

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Let me preface this blog by disclosing that I am a HUGE Man United fan. I started supporting them way back when I was 7... my dad bought me a jersey while visiting Manchester on a business trip and I've loved them ever since.

These past 6 years post Sir Alex F...

December 11, 2018

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All great leaders will tell you that one of the keys to success within an organization is communication.

It cannot be understated how important it is for every person to know exactly what their role is, what is expected of them, and what they need to do to individually...

August 1, 2018

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Click here to read Part I

5.) Do Not Let Your Children (Players) Do Anything That Makes You Dislike Them

“It is an act of responsibility to discipline a child. It is not anger at misbehavior. It is not revenge for a misdeed. It is instead a careful combination of mercy a...

July 26, 2018

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A few days ago, I finished reading a great book that a friend of mine bought for me called 12 Rules For Life by Jordan Peterson. As I was going through the chapters and thinking of ways to apply the rules to my life, it occurred to me that it might be cool to apply the...

June 2, 2018

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I wanted to wait a few months before writing my first blog about how we’ve been using SoccerPulse with the Charlotte Independence, because when you are working with data and a new team, it’s important to make sure you understand the context for the data, as well as the...

May 24, 2018

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Coaching is really, really hard.  Attempting to direct a group of people that have different backgrounds, different thoughts, different strengths and weaknesses, different levels of emotional reactiveness, and different wants and needs sounds like an absolute recipe fo...

May 15, 2018

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I feel compelled to write this blog because in the last few weeks, I’ve seen lots of drills, both online and in person, that seem to be classified as “training”. Usually, these drills don’t involve a defender, but they typically involve some type of body movement aroun...