Recently we had a two day clinic with a professional power soccer coach and his son who is a power soccer player from Indiana. The coach had all of us doing lots of new drills and taught us how to pass the ball more often, how to get into new positions and formations and showed us some spin kick tricks. He kept reminding us not to be two on one (which causes a lot of penalties) and to keep the v formation. The second day was spent putting all the drills into action. I learned so much and I think it helped me ALOT! In fact, since the clinic I have already scored 4 goals.
WheelchairDecember 21, 2015 at 9:21 PMHey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.
My name is Cameron Broyles, I'm 16 years old and I started my blog 5 years ago when I was 11. I have paraplegic cerebral palsy and cannot communicate in a traditional fashion. I am home-schooled now but I used to go to main stream public school. My love of exploring first began with going on field trips to learn about history. I play power soccer and it's become my sport of choice! I am originally from Texas but now I live in Colorado and LOVE it! I love to travel and explore but the majority of times it is much more difficult than the average person. I want this blog to not only be my mouthpiece for my friends and family but also give some ideas and maybe light a spark for other people with disabilities to get out and explore life! I was first coerced into starting a blog from my mom and dad and I have to admit that sometimes it's not my favorite thing to do but what I love most about having a blog for these past 5 years is that it's a daily reminder of all my blessings from God and how grateful and thankful I am for everything I have in my life.