Erica Suter

Website: https://www.ericasuter.com

Erica Suter

Erica Suter is a strength and conditioning coach in Baltimore, MD, where she works with athletes who are in elementary, middle, high school, and college. She designs comprehensive in-season, off-season, and pre-season programs for soccer players across the state of Maryland and online with her remote training services. She has been coaching and training for 8 years and received her Master's in Exercise Science at the University of CA PA. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a USSF C Licensed soccer trainer.

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5 Training Mistakes Slowing Down the Progress of Youth Soccer Players

Soccer legend Johan Cruyff could not have said it any better: "Soccer is simple." Nowadays, however, this profound message seems to be lost. Especi...

Solving the ACL Epidemic in Female Soccer Players is More Than Training

What if I told you ACL injury is more than wide hips?What if I told you it is more than weak glute muscles?What if I told you it is more than poor lan...

What Coaches and Parents Need To Know About Training the Pre-Adolescent Female Athlete

Height is shooting up faster than you can say "growth spurt."Hip structures are widening.Thighs and legs are lengthening.Coordination feels funky and ...

Soccer Dribbling Drills to Help You Beat More Defenders on the Pitch

Scoring goals is at the heart of "the beautiful game," but beating defenders in soccer is what makes the crowd rise up out of their seats. They're ...

A Healthy Return to Play

Sports were canceled, and the world has flipped upside down. Zoom trainings on a glowing screen have been replaced practices on a lush grass field. Sk...

What Soccer Players Need for Physical and Mental Programming During COVID-19

You wake up disoriented. You wonder what you should do. You do not know where to begin. Should it be stillness? Should it be schoolwork? ...

Speed and Agility Drills That Guarantee Intensity

Sports are exciting when athletes are explosive with their speed and agility. These are the moments that make or break competitions, that birth the ri...

Early Specialization vs. Early Sampling: Which is Better?

This article originally appeared on EricaSuter.com The early specialization vs. early sampling debate is as bellicose as a battle between the Stark...

How to Make Training Fun for Kids

This much I know: Young athletes thrive off fun. There is nothing more fulfilling than watching a kid leave a training session with a beaming smile...

An Open Letter to Youth Athletes

This article originally appeared on EricaSuter.com Dear Youth Athlete, You're not a soccer player. You're not a basketball player. You're ...

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