Mighty Kicks Phoenix
Private Training: 11-18 Year Olds: Mighty Kicks Coaches use a specific system to privately train small groups of soccer players with high aspirations, such as making All-State in high school, being recruited for college teams, or simply making a higher-level competitive team at the next round of tryouts. This system requires a minimum of two players and a maximum-allowed of six players. Parents with the ability to form “cohorts” of 2-6 competitive players interested in taking their game to the next level should call GM Wayne Pirmann at 248-701-0526 and discuss arrangement. We are mobile, we are flexible, but we insist on using our private training system and, although our system is nationwide and coaches are using it in many states, not all coaches know how to present this program.
Sample Program: 1.5 hours
30-45 minutes PMTBM (See third paragraph)
30-45 minutes per session 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 with specific application of skills improved in first 45 minutes
15-30 minutes per session tactical game (e.g., 3v3 with 6 players) with minimal stoppage
Private Training: 6-12 year olds: We offer the same program as above with a lot of 2v2 and 3v3 opportunities to speed up the TACTICAL awareness of the players being trained. These programs can be set up as above (call Wayne Pirmann at 248-701-0526) or attend any of the programs initiated and offered by Mighty Kicks. See below.
Private Training in such small groups is a combination of a one-ball-per-player, highly technical training time with the ability to practice competitively those same techniques against and with peers. Iron sharpens iron. All Mighty Kicks East Valley, Phoenix, and Scottsdale franchise coaches use as the basis for Private Training “Pirmann’s Moves to Be Mastered,” a program that has been in development for over 30 years and that we are still tweaking and upgrading. Michigan State Assistant Coaches Cale Wasserman (now moved on to SIU-E, NCAA Division I, head coach) and Ben Pirmann (now moved on to Assistant Coach, Memphis 901 FC, USL (Pro)) both use the system in their summer camp programs.