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(PRWEB) March 25, 2005

Kamal de Gregory, a former professional soccer player and member of the Bahamas National Team, has created a soccer training program especially for youth teams.

?I grew up playing soccer in the same situation as most players,? said de Gregory. ?I was motivated to get better, but the proper soccer training resources where not available to me to nurture my potential.?

de Gregory developed the 4 Speedy Soccer Skills soccer training program and the Virtual Soccer Trainer to give youth players access to learning and improving basic skills and to help teams create a great playing foundation.

?Players who are motivated to get better have the ability to do so at their finger tips. A player?s soccer growth is no longer solely contingent upon having an exceptional coach to nurture them,? said de Gregory.

This basic soccer training is delivered through video using the theory of modeling, in which players are shown the correct way to perform a skill then work to mimic it. The 4 Speedy Soccer Skills program consists of eight sessions that are designed to give players the basics of understanding and building their skills toward improving the general quality of their personal game. Access to the soccer training video tutorials is granted to the Coach, Assistant Coach, and up to 18 players on a team.

Virtual Soccer Trainer is an online program for coaches, players, and parents. It consists of hundreds of 1-3 minute tutorials designed to accelerate beginning and advanced players? skills, educate parents, and help coaches save time by continuing to train their players off the field. The tutorials range from the basic themes of proper passing technique to advanced topics of defending in the midfield. Soccer drills and online tests have also been created to help teach and reinforce these topics, and all are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at http://www.4Skills.com.

This soccer training program is free to youth teams for a limited time only. To receive this free soccer training program, visit http://www.4Skills.com or call toll-free at 1-866-460-3569. The website also has valuable information on health-related soccer issues, tips from other soccer professionals, and lots of soccer products.

About 4Skills.com

4Skills.com was created after Kamal de Gregory, a professional soccer player, saw the difference in soccer training techniques around the globe. Some methods worked better than others, but de Gregory became dedicated to providing professional soccer training, which was previously only accessible to elite and professional players, to youth teams around the world.

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