Private 1-on-1 Lessons

Private 1-on-1 lessons

Every soccer player has specific areas of their game that they need to work on. Whether it is strengthening their weaker foot, improving defensively, making successful long passes or improving their first touch, there are certain things that can’t be worked on in large groups. During team practices, coaches must work with the group as a whole and cannot always work on specific skills with individual players. This is where private training can be highly beneficial. Players training with our USSF Licensed coaches in this type of environment will have the ability to fine tune the skills that can take their game to the next level.
 
JDM International Soccer Academy Coaches offer these sessions for field players as well as goalkeepers. Our sessions will allow the coaches to analyze the player's strengths and weaknesses and develop a training plan to accelerate the player’s development. At the beginning of each Program, players will be provided with an initial Technical Evaluation to determine their individual needs. At the end of the Program, a second Technical Evaluation will be conducted with the player to assess his/her progress. 
 
Private Individual Training Program Fees: Offered In Blocks of 8 Sessions
  • 8 Sessions: $300

The Fees Include:

  • Coaches Salary
  • Academy Technical Training, Speed & Agility Training and Performance Training (1 hour session)
  • Field Maintenance

What Our Customers say

At the beginning of the year my son had set his mind on joining his school's soccer team. With no prior soccer experience I was hesitant on whether or not he was going to be able to reach his goal. The coaches with JDM International Soccer Academy saw the potential my son had in reaching his goals and provided him with technical training and skills training that superceeded anything I could imagine.

Aimee Andrews

Jerome worked 1 on 1 with Xavier and worked with him to his potential. Xavier gained confidence with himself and how he handles the ball. Jerome treated us with respect.

Bev Robbins