New York, NY, June 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Designed to provide soccer coaching professionals and those interested in learning about youth soccer coaching with access to soccer coaching content, the improved drill descriptions and growing numbers of animations were created to provide a better and quicker user experience all around.
"With the tremendous increase in the number of coaching sites we feel that it’s very important to provide tools (precise drill descriptions and/or animations ) that can help those in search of coaching advice covering specific topics. The Top Soccer Drills database has been designed to ease the burden of finding coaching related tips through traditional search methods such as search engine results lists,” says Chris Frederick, Top-Soccer-Drills.com owner.
The Top Soccer Drills database is divided into several categories including: Dribbling, Passing, Finishing, Ball Control, Heading. Goalkeeping, Attacking, Defending, Possession, Warm Up, Cool Down, 1v1, Skill Building, Conditioned Scrimmages, Small Sided Games, Indoor Drills, Fun Games, Drills For U6-U8 Age Group, Drills For U9-U12 Age Group, Drills For U13-U16 Age Group, Drills For U17-Adults, Easy Drills, Medium Drills, Difficult Drills, Drills For Individuals/Partners, Drills For Groups, Drills For Teams.
Users can locate drills by selecting a main category or by using the Top-Soccer-Drills.com search feature available on every page of the website. With a categorized list of drills, individuals can find their content that addresses the subject matter they’re interested in quickly and easily.
All 900+ free youth soccer drills are designed by and for soccer experts for college, high school, club and recreational coaches. They ensure that all drills listed provide relevant soccer coaching content and are placed in the appropriate drill category.
The Top Soccer Drills Archive is located at http://www.top-soccer-drills.com/