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A Look Inside FCBESCOLA Soccer Camps

by Bownet Sports Media Team

The FCBESCOLA soccer camp isn’t any ordinary camp for adolescent players. Albert Balsells, the Director of Camps for FCBESCOLA gave us an inside look at the experience.

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May 18, 2017

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Idaho Youth Soccer Sees A Change with Lite Soccer Ball

by Bownet Sports Media Team

Bownet had the great opportunity to visit Idaho Youth Soccer's training session to introduce the Lite Soccer Ball to their youth players.

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From Vision to Reality - Bownet Sports

by Bownet Sports Media Team

Remember how portable soccer goals worked before Bownet came along? Not great, Right? In fact, if you haven't used a Bownet yet, your memory is still pretty fresh.

Before Bownet, every portable soccer goal was flimsy, tipped over easily, and were nearly impossible to set up or break down. 

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January 06, 2017

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Becoming the Best Quarterback You Can Be

by Sebastian Naum

Young boys in pads and helmets dream of going pro one day. The reality of throwing touchdowns as a PeeWee football player transitioning into a college quarterback is slim. The competition is fierce as hundreds of high school hopefuls gun for one position. If they do land one of the coveted positions, only 1.7% of college players end up suiting up in the NFL. This is not to discourage you whatsoever, we're simply saying that to play at the top level you MUST #TrainLikeAPro.  One way to beat competition is training with a high end academy or specialized quarterback coach. Quarterback coaches continue to rise in popularity as players like Jameis Winston and Ben Roethlisberger used them to improve their mental and physical game.  We are so lucky over at Bownet that we always get to interview top talent in the various industries that we work with and provide training tools for.  Today we meet with QB coach, Ken Mastrole, who is responsible for the success of hundreds of high school and college quarterbacks including NFL QB's, Teddy Bridgewater and E.J. Manuel.  We asked him 6 questions that left us fiending to go outside and throw the pigskin around!

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January 06, 2017

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Sierra Romero - The Future of Softball

by Sebastian Naum

 Sierra Romero grew up in Murrieta, CA and started playing softball when she was just four years old. Both softball and baseball run deep in the Romero family which you will learn about as you read on.  She is passionate about the game and we find her to be a great example of hard work and dedication. Sierra loves training with Bownets in practice and before games so naturally we decided to have a one-on-one with her. Check out what she's got to say about her life experiences and her dedication to the sport, get inspired, and get out and play!

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6 Great Benefits of Playing Lacrosse

by Sebastian Naum

Lacrosse is a timeless game dating all the way back to the 17th century. Originally known as "stickball," lacrosse was first played by Native American Indians. Stickball events went on for several days bringing in hundreds of thousands of players. Early lacrosse players were said to take on the role of warriors bringing honor to their tribes with a win. These warriors in the United States were mainly found on the east coast. Lacrosse is now considered one of the fastest growing sports throughout the country. Once considered mainly an east coast sport, lacrosse is now soaring in popularity along the west coast as well.

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December 14, 2016

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Developing Soccer Players Vs. Coaching to Win

by Sebastian Naum

We see, experience, and hear about different coaching techniques daily.  If you play or have ever played soccer, coached it or have a friend or child that plays it you may have an opinion about player development.  Different academies teach different methods, but we can agree on the fact that most coaching is based on winning.  Winning is good, yes, but some say winning isn’t everything.  You may disagree just hearing this because success in sports does come from winning, but the truth is that a player may grow up on a losing team simply by the luck of the draw of his or her teammates.  This same player may have excellent developmental skills, hop on another team at a different stage of their career and start winning.  Perhaps that player goes through losing teams for quite a while but their developmental skills may end up landing them playing soccer in college and even on the professional level. 

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