Welcome To 
"The Back of the Net"
Dear Classics Eagles Families:

In this edition of  The Back of the Net , you will find information on what is happening currently with Classics Eagles.

After completing player assessments last week, we are still finalizing a few of our teams. Classics Eagles is currently looking for 
  • 2012 Boys
  • 2006 Girls
  • 2007 Girls (7th Graders)
  • 2005 Girls (8th Graders) 
to play with us next season! If you are interested, please contact Tony Earp at tearp@superkickcolumbus.com or fill out our player registration form by clicking here !

We are starting the Summer Soccer Skills Series this week. Throughout the summer, Classics Eagles will be releasing a skill video for players to try on their own. Check out the video below in which the Classics Eagles Director, Tony Earp, introduces the skill series. 

This summer stay sharp and improve your skill level working with Classics Eagles Director, Tony Earp. Classics Eagles is offering Summer Soccer Clinics for anyone interested in heading into the Fall season with more confidence and an enhanced ability with the ball. Flexible scheduling available around your summer commitments, small groups, and professional instruction make this a great program for your child!

This week's article "What You Should Expect from a Coach" talks about key things all coaches should provide to the kids they are entrusted to mentor, teach, and lead throughout the season.

We hope you are having an awesome summer!

Yours in Soccer,

The Classics Eagles Leadership Team 
Summer Soccer Skills Series Announcement

CESummerSkillsSeries Announcement

First Skill Video will be released Thursday 
on the Classics Eagles Social Media Pages!
Classics Eagles Summer  Soccer & Fitness Clinics

Train this summer with Tony Earp, Classics Eagles Director, and the Classics Eagles professional staff. Sessions will be designed to help players improve their individual skills, confidence with the ball, understanding of how to play the game, and their physical capabilities. Flexible summer scheduling available. U7 to HS age groups offered.  Register Today!
What Should You 
Expect from A Coach?

At the start of every season, I always think about how I want my players and parents to view me as a coach, and what should they expect from me throughout the season. Like all coaches, I want to serve my players to the best of my ability and provide them with opportunities to grow and develop, but just wanting those things is not enough. There are certain behaviors and qualities of a coach that are required to create that type of competitive learning environment for the players. With this in mind, there are certain things we should all expect from coaches throughout the season.    Read more!
Additional Services by Classics Eagles

We want to provide Classics Eagles players, coaches, and families, and those outside of the club, with all of the resources needed to navigate the youth sport and soccer experience in the most effective and beneficial way. With Classics Eagles resources and years of experience in youth sports, we can provide additional support outside of the team experience.  Learn more!

Fueled for Success:
Nutritional Tips for Optimal Athletic Performance

In order for athletes to be able to put 100% into their training, they must properly fuel their body to ensure optimal performance. While specific nutritional needs vary based on gender, weight, height and level of physical activity, the following guideline provides a basic outline for athletes to follow. For a personalized assessment of your athlete's nutritional needs, consider meeting with a sports dietitian, who can create a meal plan tailored to help them achieve their specific nutritional goals.
 
Before Exercise
Carbohydrates:  Consume 1.0 to 4.0 g/kg of body weight 1-4 hours prior to activity. 
Protein:  1.2 to 1.7 g/kg/day.
Fat :  0% to 35% of total calories, with less than 10% from saturated fat.
 
During Exercise
Focus on consuming carbohydrates, up to 30-60 g during activities lasting more than an hour, such as soccer.
 
After Exercise and During Recovery
Focus again on carbohydrates, a 4:1 ratio of protein to carbohydrates within 15-30 minutes after activity. After 30 minutes, an adequate portion of carbohydrates, protein and fat is recommended.
 
General Hydration Tips   
Athletes should aim to consume at least 16 ounces of fluid (water is sufficient) two hours prior to exercise, and 5 to 10 ounces every 15-20 minutes during activity. Sports drinks are appropriate for endurance activities and stop-and-go sports. Sports drinks consisting of 6%- 8% carbohydrates are recommended.
 
Source: STOP Sports Injuries Sports Nutrition Guide provides basic information on the nutritional needs of young athletes. 


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