Representatives with World Cup Soccer Camp & Clinics announced today that it has started its Hire a Personal Trainer Service.
Ruedi Graf, founder and spokesman for World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics, said the organization now offers individual training for as low as $85.
“World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics’ Hire a Personal Trainer Service (worldcupsoccercamps.com/training ) focuses on the individual needs of our clients,” Graf stressed. “Our personal soccer training staff is well qualified to train each client for guaranteed results. All of our trainers are seasoned professionals and will challenge you to meet your goals.”
The company, which employs approximately 90 coaches, also offers group training with a one instructor to two player ratio. Prices range from $45 for one session to $570 for six sessions.
In addition, Graf, who was voted and awarded the 2004 MVLA Soccer Club Coach of the Year, and 1995 High School Coach of the Year, noted that the club offers group training where the ratio is one instructor to three players.
Prices range from $35 for one session to $300 for six sessions.
“All six-session personal training packages include a written evaluation,” Graf pointed out.
World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics, according to Graf, provides soccer camps, clinics, after-school classes, team training and personal soccer training for children of all ages and abilities.
“When it comes to technical knowledge, our trainers have the education and experience and know how to share it with you,” Graf said. “Individuality we understand that everyone is unique and requires a program that works on the needs of the individual.”
Graf added that the club strives to motivate all players.
“We know how to keep you motivated and focuses on your individual goals,” Graf said, before adding, “Your time is valuable. We will help you make the most of your 75-minute session by providing you with a time efficient and effective program. We are committed to our clients and helping them, achieve success. Our method of coaching is guaranteed to improve your game.”