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How to Come Back from a Soccer Injury

Free Soccer Training video focused on How to Come Back from a Soccer Injury.  At Online Soccer Academy (OSA) we make BETTER Soccer Players / Football Players through FREE soccer tutorials.  We inspire athletes that if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything in life is possible. 

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How to Come Back from a Soccer Injury

Soccer Injuries are part of the game, it's just the way it is. To start if you have an injury make sure you seek out a doctor or physical therapist and have a professional give you advice on how to heal properly. Ask them for a rehabilitation plan. This video is gear towards players that have been cleared by their doctors to start training again. 


Key Points:

1. Don't rush back! If you have been out for 3 months you will not be as good as you were prior to being injured. Get in the mindset that this is okay and over time you will get back to your old self and better, it just takes time.

2. Build into your training; don't re injure yourself or injure another part of your body. Lots of players on their first day back will train really hard for 3 hours to try and get back as fast as they can and end up re injuring themselves. Your body isn't use to training 3 hours and by over training you could re injure yourself or pull a muscle that hasn't been used in a while. 

3. Don't be frustrated! Your touch is going to be off in the beginning. Work on juggling a lot and that will greatly improve your touch. Small improvements daily equal big improvements over time. 

4. Don't be scared! It's natural to be scared of re-injuring yourself when you come back from an injury. If your doctor cleared you then you are okay. You can't control getting re injured. What you can control is your mind and how it acts. Be confident. Watch our "How to be Confident" video by clicking here.


Exercise Player Can Do: 

The idea is to create exercises that build over time. So when you are creating your training sessions start with a 30 minute session the first few days, then 45 minutes, then an hour, then an hour and a half. Keep building up as your fitness, body and mind get back to full strength. You control your pace. 


What Player Could Be Doing Wrong: 

If you are getting depressed and frustrated with your comeback you are in the wrong state of mind. Even the top pros that have been out injured don't come back at the top of their game right away, neither will you. Mentally accept that and then it will make your comeback much easier! 


Bonus Tip! 

Have fun and enjoy your football! Be excited that you are playing again and not sitting on the bench injured. Enjoy the process of improving! 


This Video Covers:
How to Come Back from a Soccer Injury - Soccer Tip - Soccer Help - Soccer Advice - How to Coach Soccer - Soccer Coaches - Soccer Coach - Coaching Soccer - Coaching Youth Soccer - How to Coach Youth Soccer - How to Teach Soccer