Why Soccer IQ Genesis Camps?
Welcome to our school.
Please note that due to guidelines implemented by the Santa Clara County to help control the spread of Covid-19 Virus, we will not be able to use most of our training equipment but have non the less organized creative and fun individual work stations that can be advanced to accommodate and challenge different player levels.
We specialize in technical training because we believe that for a player to fully enjoy “the beautiful game” and play to the best of their abilities, they must master ball control on/off the ground using all parts of both feet and their body.
Think of your favorite player or all the talented players! They all have their own playing styles, strengths and positional specialization. One thing that they all have in common is an incredible touch of the ball and a superior ability to control and manipulate the ball in any given situation.
That is why we choose to focus on improving a player’s coordination, balance, footwork, change of direction, timing, ball control and mastery in any situation. Our technical training program is flexible and created to challenge any level of player including a professional player. Ball mastery allows players to play with their heads up and utilize their vision, allowing them to make intelligent decisions on the field by being proactive rather that reactive.
Our training program and camps have a daily variation in setup and training, so the players are constantly engaged and challenged to learn or develop a new skill with more than 200 balls at each of our camps to ensure maximization of time by focusing on quality and quantity of repetition of assigned skill.
Our Camps are designed to be very demanding and challenging for any player level. We also understand that at the end of the day, Soccer is a game and everyone should enjoy it.. so we make sure that we “work hard and play harder” with lots of fun activities that you will only experience at SIQG. Since each day is setup differently with varying training and games, our players are always looking forward to next day of camp with new training equipment and challenges.
At SIQG we teach our players to “talk with their feet” and as such, we would like our training videos to speak for our program and quality of training.