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Congratulations to the Penn Legacy '01 Girls Black team 2014 Jeff Cup Champions!Coach - Lee Hawley and Asst. Coach -…
Congratulations to the 2013 Challenge Cup U12 Girls Champions - Penn Legacy ‘00 Black team, coached by Linda Lee Hershey…
Congratulations to the Penn Legacy '99 Boys White team for winning the Baltimore Mania Tournament on March 22 & 23,…
March 8, 2014
Congratulations to the boys Penn Legacy '00 White team! Gettysburg Blast second place in division three.
Congratulations to the girls Penn Legacy '00 White team! Gettysburg Blast second place in division three
The Penn Legacy U15F '97 Black Team represented PAE at the 2013 Region I Championships in Rhode Island. They went…
Congratulations to the U12 01 White Girls team for winning the Spirit United Kickoff Classic Silver Division. The girls went…
Congratulations to the 99 White Girls for winning the U13 girls bracket at the 4th Annual Rage Soccer Club Flash…
Congratulations to the ’96 Girls Black Team for a great weekend of soccer. They finished first in their bracket and…
- To Challenge and Inspire the Players.
- To improve the Players Technical ability.
- To improve the players confidence in 1 on 1 situations.
- To Assist Coaches to identify skills for their players to practice.
- To Educate Parents on what the Players can work on at home.
- To engage players, coaches and parents in a fun and challenging environment.
Each MOVES Pyramid includes:
- 10 skills
- 4 Levels
- Level 4 – Basic
- Level 3 – Intermediate
- Level 2 – Advanced
- Level 1 – Master
Activities are numbered 1-10. Activity number 1 is regarded as the most difficult skill to learn in the Pyramid and number 10 is regarded as the easiest.
10 – Stepover
9 – Double Stepover
8 – “matthews”
7 – “matthews” stepover
6 – Ronaldo
5 – Cryuff
4 – Zico
3 – Maradona
2 – roll stepover
1 – roll back & hold
The top activity of the Pyramid forms the first activity of the next age group.
- U5 Pyramid
- U6-U8 Pyramid
- DDP Pyramid
A simple evaluation:
Below expectation – movements are awkward and uneven, there is little consistency between two or more attempts and the skill is performed below game speed.
At expectation – At least 50% or more of the attempts are completed in one smooth movement, are at game speed and appear to be natural (second nature and free flowing).
Above expectation – At least 90% or more of the attempts are completed in one smooth movement, are at game speed and appear to be natural (second nature and free flowing).