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If you think training harder and doing more is the best approach to developing as a teenage female athlete, then this course will change your mind.


Training harder and doing more in today's competitive youth sports structure will most often leave you over trained and sidelined due to injury and burnout.

  • Learn how professional and college athletes are being taken care of.
  • Learn what needs to be trained, when and how much including recovery.
  • Learn about the overlooked, off the field training that is vital to great performance.

This investment will greatly improve your performance, increase your physical capacity and leave you available to train.

"This course is like nothing I have ever done before. It teaches me what I've got to do off the field and it will help me more in the long run."


-Teya

Over the next six weeks in a virtual format, your training will include:

Click the preview button to the right of How this works in the curriculum for a video explaining how this works or look at the commonly asked questions at the bottom of this page


Soccer Skills

Complement what you are already doing with your club teams, based on a two times per club team training schedule. Train with Alex and receive individual skills training.

Physical

Learn what type of training to do, in what season of play, and how much.

Learn what type of recovery training is needed, when, and how much

Nutrition

Eating healthy is essential when you are training to compete. Know when and what to eat to have the energy and nutrients necessary to train and perform at your best.


Mental Performance

Implement strategies to allow your mental strength to grow along with your physical abilities.

This training will help you to handle the pressures of sport and life.

Your thoughts create your emotions which ultimately affect your performance and well-being. We will help you develop strong mental skills to take you where you want to go.



Behaviors, Listening and Understanding

As a female athlete, you are in control of your behaviors which affect your performance

Learn how to listen to your body and respect what it needs to become your best.

Increase your awareness of female physiology

Implement training strategies to decrease your injury risk

Identify the warning signs that lead to poor performance, injury, and burnout



Communication

Learn how to communicate effectively with your parents and coaches. With so many playing opportunities, learning how and what needs to be communicated is essential. By not communicating appropriately with your parents and coaches about your training schedules, stress levels, and health you will most likely not perform as you would hope and possibly end up sidelined.

Core Values

Identify core values you will need to work individually and benefit your team


Competitions

Weekly competitions with yourself to identify your improvement.

Interactive Activities

Participate in practical application activities to implement in your own life,

Hear what other competitive female soccer players have to say after taking this course.


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Course Curriculum
  Welcome to Ultimate Virtual Soccer Training for Female Athletes, led by Alex Kimball
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  Monday, March 15, 2021 - Week 1: Day 1
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  Tuesday, March 16, 2021: Week 1: Day 2
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  Wednesday, March 17, 2021: Week 1: Day 3
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  Friday, March 19, 2021: Week 1: Day 5
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  Tuesday, March 23, 2021: Week 2: Day 2
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  Wednesday, March 24, 2021: Week 2: Day 3
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  Friday, March 26, 2021: Week 2: Day 5
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  Monday, April 12, 2021: Week 5: Day 1
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  Wednesday, April 14, 2021: Week 5: Day 3
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  Thursday, April 15, 2021: Week 5: Day 4
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  Friday, April 16, 2021: Week 5: Day 5
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  Monday, April 19, 2021: Week 6: Day 1
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YouTube Live: Meet NWSL, WSL, Premier, National, and NCAA D1 female soccer players and learn from their journeys,

followed by a Q&A

Athlete's subject to change if their schedule demands it.

Jessica McDonald

Professional Soccer Player

Jessica is a striker for the North Carolina Courage and has played at the professional level for the past 10 years. She has played on several national teams including the US team, winning a gold medal at the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2019. Jessica played for the North Carolina Tar Heels during her college career where she helped her team win the National championship in 2008 and 2009. Jessica grew up in Arizona, playing soccer, basketball and running track. She received a career ending knee injury during her first professional match and fought her way back. Hear her story, what inspires her, how she trains, and how she has learned to listen to her body.

Alesia Russo

Professional Soccer Player

Alesia was drafted by Manchester United in September 2020 and is on the England National Team. She played at the University of North Carolina as a forward and was named to the United Soccer Coaches First-team All-American in 2018 along with other numerous awards. Alesia experienced a broken leg in 2018 and has learned what it takes to take care of her body and overcome obstacles to be her best. Alesia grew up in England and played soccer from a young age, playing on youth national teams. She is excited to share with you, her journey, and what she found valuable along the way.

Alyssa Jefferson

Former D1 Collegiate Soccer Player

Alyssa played on Brigham Young University's defensive line from 2016-2019, leading them to the NCAA quarterfinals with a 21-1-1 record in 2019. She was recognized as a scholar-athlete and made several All-America and regional teams during her tenure at BYU. Alyssa grew up in Utah and was a seven-time Utah state champion. She had a major setback from a knee injury during her senior year in high school. She returned to play at BYU and learned a better way to train, staying healthy over the next four years. She took school seriously and graduated in communication disorders from BYU and is working to help others. Learn what Alyssa has to say about her life lessons obtained through playing soccer.

Alex Kimball,

Professional Soccer Player

Alex was drafted by the Utah Royals in 2019 and is rostered on the Peruvian National Team, looking to qualify for Copa American and someday the World Cup. She played at the University of North Carolina as a midfielder/striker. In 2018, she started in the #9 position, with her team reaching the NCAA college cup finals. At North Carolina, she is ranked as the #1 all-time in agility and #2 all-time in vertical along. In 2018 she ranked #2 in athleticism. She was raised in North Carolina and led her high school team to its first-ever state championship, receiving the MVP award. During her years at North Carolina and the Utah Royals, injuries have taken their toll. She was forced to red-shirt her junior year at NC and take time off to heal this past year from the Royals. She has fought her way back and knows first hand that to be available to train and compete, you must be healthy.

Diana Redman

Former Professional Soccer Player

Diana Redman, MSW, PSY-D, is a Mental Performance Consultant and former professional soccer player for the National Team of Israel. Diana has played professionally stateside as well as in Europe and the Middle East. Diana currently resides in Los Angeles where she works in private practice with adolescents and adults.  


Kelly Conheeney,

Former Professional Soccer Player

Kelly played as a midfielder. A native of NJ, Kelly started playing club when she was 7 years old. She earned her bachelor's in journalism at Virginia Tech where she played D1 college soccer. Kelly went on to coach with a non-profit organization around the world in 13 countries before she stepped back on the field to play professionally in 2016. She earned her start in the NWSL on her debut game with Sky Blue FC and scored the game-winning goal against Hope Solo. Her career took her to play with The Houston Dash (NWSL) and Hammarby IF over in Sweden before she ended her playing career in 2018. Her passion lies in teaching the younger generation the beautiful game that showed her how much the world could give her through the sport.

Sport Ready Academy Coaches

Alex Kimball,
Professional Soccer Player

Alex was drafted by the Utah Royals in 2019 and is rostered on the Peruvian National Team, looking to qualify for Copa American and someday the World Cup. She played at the University of North Carolina as a midfielder/striker. In 2018, she started in the #9 position, with her team reaching the NCAA college cup finals. At North Carolina, she is ranked as the #1 all-time in agility and #2 all-time in vertical along. In 2018 she ranked #2 in athleticism. She was raised in North Carolina and led her high school team to its first-ever state championship, receiving the MVP award. During her years at North Carolina and the Utah Royals, injuries have taken their toll. She was forced to red-shirt her junior year at NC and take time off to heal this past year from the Royals. She has fought her way back and knows first hand that to be available to train and compete, you must be healthy.

Kim Mayberry, MS


Kim received her Master's in Exercise Science from Arizona State University. She is the co-owner of BM Sports USA and manages client progression. BM Sports USA has been training athletes since 2005 and has trained over 3100 athletes. Kim will provide the age-based physical training needed for female soccer players. This is not about more is better, it’s about training hard and training the right way. It's about being proactive in your training to avoid many of the pitfalls that lead to poor performance and injury.

Michelle Meinking, MS, RDN


Michelle is a registered dietitian nutritionist who has gained experience within the NFL, MLB, Team USA, and MLS. She currently serves as the Performance Dietitian for Real Salt Lake where she works alongside sports performance, medical, & coaching staff to oversee the team’s performance nutrition needs. Michelle also has experience with Real Salt Lake’s Academy & Youth Development teams.

Kelsey Ruffing, MA, MS, LCPC

Kelsey is a licensed clinical professional counselor and sports psychology therapist that works with high school athletes within the Chicago area.

She received her BA in Psychology from East Carolina University and her MA in Counseling and Sport & Health Psychology from Adler University, as well as a MA in Clinical Psychology. She has an MS in Psychopharmacology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is working towards her doctorate (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Primary Care & Behavioral Medicine from Adler University (2022).


Dr. Nicky Keay BA, MA(Cantab),
MB BChir, MRCP

Nicky is a sports endocrinologist with 20 years of extensive clinical and research experience working with elite athletes. She is a published author of numerous scientific articles, provides regular reviews for the British Journal of Sports Medicine, and is a go-to expert when it comes to the risks of energy deficiency in sports and the female athlete. Nicky received her medical training at Cambridge University and is a member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP). Her published medical research includes the effects of training and nutrition on the endocrine system and body composition and bone mineral density. She has received medical scholarships for her Sport/Dance and Exercise Medicine research which has been utilized by Sports Medicine Centres and Universities around the world.

Dr. Robin Cecil, PT, DPT

Robin has 25 years of experience working as a physical therapist and is certified in Injury and Workload in Team Sports and 3D Movement Analysis and Performance. She received her Masters in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University and her Doctorate from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. She has consulted with female soccer coaches and athletes at the university, high school, and club levels, providing athlete health management solutions. She has worked with BYU women's soccer team, Utah Soccer Alliance, Hillcrest High School, and more. She will provide the injury reduction and medical expertise needed to guide your athlete in their development.

Free KT Tape Bundle

shipped to the first 100 athletes who enroll

(Retail Value $56)

One KT Tape Pro


One Blister Prevention Tape


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One KT Recovery Pain Relief Gel


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One Blister Treatment Patch


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Pricing

$199

ULTIMATE VIRTUAL SOCCER TRAINING FOR FEMALE ATHLETES

This 6-week program, led by soccer professional Alex Kimball, will help you elevate your game!

For one participant over the next 6-weeks, we will:

  • Show you what type of training to do in which season of play and how much
  • Show you what type of recovery is needed, when it is needed, and how much
  • Introduce you to professional and college-level female soccer players who will share their experiences and what they have learned along the way.
  • Provide strategies to allow your mental strength to grow along with your physical abilities.
  • Teach you how to fuel your body correctly to obtain the health and energy you need to perform at your best.
  • Provide core values athletes need to work individually that will benefit your team
  • Teach you how to know your body and what it needs to become your best.
  • Increase your awareness of female physiology
  • Teach you how your behaviors affect your performance and health
  • Provide strategies to decrease your injury risk
  • Provide athlete - coach -parent communication tools as you navigate between club, high school, camps, leagues, and tournament play


*This course is protected under copyright law and a public showing of this course is prohibited.


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