Soccer Coaching for Parents Goes Mobile

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iSoccer Launches New App to Help Parent Coaches.

“In the end, soccer practice should be fun, and that is much easier to accomplish when the coach feels confident about what they are doing,” Scott Leber, iSoccer Founder

iSoccer.org recently launched their newest product: http://www.EasyPracticeApp.com. Easy Practice aims to guide parent coaches, providing them with all the resources needed to run successful practices.

“There are a lot of parent coaches out there who struggle with what to do at practice,” said iSoccer CEO & Founder, Scott Leber. “Many grew up playing basketball, baseball or football, or simply don’t have time to spend on planning practices. We wanted to give them something that takes the stress out of practice, and essentially, coaches them on how to coach.”

In addition to the eighteen fully structured practices for each of the U5 through U10 age groups, Easy Practice includes skill videos, tricks of the trade, intuitive diagrams, coaching tips, and a timer. The app focuses only on running practices, and doesn’t include game or team management features.

“In the end, soccer practice should be fun, and that is much easier to accomplish when the coach feels confident about what they are doing,” said Leber. “We want to empower parent coaches with the knowledge that they are teaching young players the right skills, and doing it in a fun and manageable way.”

Easy Practice is currently available on the App Store for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. Users can download the app for free and have access to the first practice per age group, plus all the additional resources like skill videos and tactical diagrams. For $19.99, users can upgrade and have complete access to all the practices. According to iSoccer, they plan on releasing an Android version of the app once the current version has been fully tested by the community.

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About iSoccer

iSoccer.org was founded in 2008 by former Stanford soccer player Scott Leber. iSoccer motivates players and teams by turning individual soccer training into a social game. As of April 2013, iSoccer has impacted over 500,000 players around the world. Learn more at http://www.iSoccer.org.

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Gray Graziani – Community Manager
[e] gray.graziani(at)isoccer(dot)org

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