The Lil Sport Soccer Dynamo and Soccer Dynamics customers are both the parents
and the kids. The kids must be satisfied to where they enjoyed their time in the class. The ultimate goal is to
have the kids to consider their Soccer Dynamo and Soccer Dynamics class “super awesome fun” and to look forward
to it every week.
sense of value is broader than the child’s. Their primary consideration is enjoyment level of their child.
However, parents also consider the physical development and exercise value the child is receiving, the safety and security
of the facility and program, the convenience of the service in terms of location and class times, the level of service by
the instructor and staff and the costs.
The goal of the Soccer Dynamo and Soccer Dynamics
program is to deliver the things the parent are looking for which is progressive physical development and exercise while at
the same time make the classes fun for the kids.
The curriculum is
a series of activities that vary from semi-active, achievement exercises to games that produce dynamic competition.
Each course has a variety of activities that vary from week to week to keep things fresh as well as offer skill progression.
The goal of each class is to have the kids grinning and tired by the conclusion of the 50-minute class.
From the Kid’s Perspective
The majority of the kids in the program don’t give a hoot about developing their physical skills.
They want to have fun. The Soccer Dynamo curriculum is designed to give kids a series of fun games that challenge them
to do basic skills using a variety of props with fun, non-competitive objectives. Young kids will enjoy a game much
better if they are concentrating on avoiding the “alligators” instead of “eluding the defender”.
The other aspect that the curriculum addresses is self-accomplishment.
By setting out a series of challenging yet doable tasks and acknowledging the small accomplishments the child develops a sense
of achievement that adds to the positive experience.
The Soccer Dynamics curriculum
includes games and activities are tied to the four components needed to be successful in the game. They will learn ball
control techniques, simplified tactics that are easy to understand, their physical abilities will be challenged and the dynamics
of working in groups will be tested.
From the Parent’s Perspective
The majority of parents will bring their own kids
and then sit and watch the class. Like anything, they need to determine if the program is right for their child, and
gives value for the costs. The things that give value from a parent’s perspective are the following;
• Physical Development
• Safety and Security
Coach Moe is a former NAIA & NCAA Division I
ADASL Division I player from the Atlanta area.
Henderson High School Most Valuable Defender Junior
& Senior Year
- USSF C & USSF Youth, GYSA D,E,F,G
Technical Director - Soccer Dynamics
ATLANTA CUP CHAMPIONS - Atlanta Fire United Select Coach - Girls U19 Athena A
Atlanta Fire United Academy Coach - Boys U12
Elite & U12 Gold (10/11)
Atlanta Fire United Academy Coach - Boys U10
Silver & U11 Silver (09/10)
Atlanta Fire United Academy Coach - U12 Boys Gold &
Atlanta Fire United Academy/Select Coach - 95 Girls Gold (04/08)
18+ Years Coaching Experience ages 3-22