SocrLabs - Mundelein Soccer Development Blog

Computerized Soccer Foot Skills

admin - March 08, 2018
Let's face facts... foot skill drills get neglected because kids find them boring. But we also know that foot skills translate directly into better players. So the trick is to get the kids to practice their foot skill drills in a way that's fun and challenging which is what our new SocrLabs ...more

The Strong get stronger, while the weak are forgotten

admin - February 01, 2018
Every coach knows the simple math behind successful soccer players. The greater the number of touches on the ball, the better the player becomes. Certainly there are other factors involved, but it’s common sense that practicing more is going to create a better player than one that practices ...more

I admit it...we were ugly

admin - December 18, 2017
When we started SocrLabs a little over a year ago, we used only half the space we now have. The rest was filled with the items we were storing in the warehouse so when we fixed up the back half, we didn't "pretty up" the front half. When we opened the front half in the spring, things got too ...more

Functional Fitness - An Amazing Workout

admin - December 14, 2017
If you want to see kids work hard, they need to "want" to work hard and there's no better way to get kids to work hard over-and-over, day-after-day, than to make the training competitive and fun. It's why kids are always more tired and sore after a game than after even the toughest ...more
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Does it seem like “more of the same” to you?

admin - November 07, 2017
Have you ever noticed "private soccer training" looks an awful lot like "normal soccer training"... but with fewer kids? Same cones, same drills, same dribbling, same shooting... same as always but with greater focus on fewer people. And that's not all bad; that singular focus can provide ...more

Visibly Better - The True Goal

admin - October 05, 2017
There are other youth athlete training centers… and some are like SocrLabs in the way they look at the numbers to measure improvement. Numbers do matter! That’s why we measure and track them. But there’s something else that matters far more than the numbers, and this is a metric where SocrLabs ...more