To stand out on the pitch, elite soccer players must develop every aspect of their game, from passing to dribbling to shooting to tackling. Likewise, the constant running within soccer requires its players to perform workouts consisting of intense conditioning, short-burst and top-end speed drills and lateral quickness training. Learn how to boost your performance with soccer workouts, drills and training advice from today's top experts and players, like Landon Donovan, Hope Solo and Abby Wambach.
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Carli Lloyd, a midfielder for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, performs the Dumbbell Single-Leg RDL and Single-Leg Box Jump to develop lower body strength and power.
Heather Mitts, U.S. Women's National Team superstar and co-owner of D1-Cincinnati, checks in for a workout at her hometown training facility.
Greg Gatz, director of strength and conditioning for Olympic Sports at the University of North Carolina, walks STACK through the in-season weight room training that helps the Tar Heels' men's soccer team stay fit for the pitch.
Real Salt Lake, champions of the 2009 MLS Cup, prepares for their upcoming season in Casa Grande, Ariz., home to the club's training camp.
UCLA women’s soccer team assistant strength and conditioning coach Craig Sowers discusses the main focus for the Lady Bruins’ off-season training and how the importance of hitting weights along with some work on the pitch.