SportsLab360: Transition from Attacking to Defending


      This month's theme is on transitioning from attacking to defending. It will be available through the month of December exclusively to Cal North members at no cost.

      We are constantly looking for new and valuable content and resources. Our partnership with SportsLab360 has helped us in that effort. Each month, in partnership with SportsLab360, we provide an accessible, practical, organized, and easy to-use program that is focused entirely on tactical development. 

      Here's how it works: 
      Assign the SportsLab360 modules to your team and players, customize the content to suit your style of play, track the scoring of your players, and even tap into the library of session plans that they offer.

      January's tactical theme focuses on transitioning from attacking to defending. There are 4 phases of play in soccer: Defending, attacking, transition to defense, and transition to attack. The few seconds that go along with a transition are key success factors for any player and any team.

      In this module, we will explore the transition to defense, and will look at some of the most important concepts to think about when executing this transition. 

      As always, the module concludes with a quiz to challenge your Soccer IQ and review what you have learned.

      Here are two available modules you can share with teams this month:

      9 v 9 
      11 v 11

      Cal North January Module Graphic


      Special 50% Off Offer

      Be one of the first 10 subscribers this January to use promo code CALNORTH50 and receive 50% off! The CALNORTHPROMO08 code will continue to provide a 20% discount. 

      SportsLab360 modules consist of three parts: A video, lesson, and quiz. The video utilizes real game film to introduce and illustrate the tactical concept. The lesson is an interactive experience that presents the players with 3D-animated scenarios and challenges them to make the "right" decision. The quiz includes 5 questions to review and check for understanding, and helps coaches identify potential tactical areas of development.



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