The Rush Way is the embodiment of all that is Rush Soccer; the rules and manner in which Rush members hold themselves and how they expect other Rush members toconduct themselves. This is not inherent in all people, but can be learned. The Rush Way encourages passion, leadership, respect and,above all, quality. All whorepresent the Rush are representing the Rush brand and tens of thousands of people throughout the country. The Rush stands for excellence, passion, desire, commitment and respect.
The Rush Way represents our culture, our values and our tradition. It defines who we are, and who we want to be. That is why we embrace it and seek to apply in all our clubs. Every detail, no matter how small, makes a difference. In the end, every culture is built up under a set of small details which it stands for and were it is defined.
Acknowledgement: When a coach addresses a player during training or competition, it is important the player acknowledges. Communication is two-way.
Throughout the game, tensions, confusion, and many emotions arise, and it’s there, more than nowhere, were we have to stand together. To build that connection, we have to practice it every day, and in all scenarios. By acknowledging each other’s, we strengthen in bond and in communication.
Greeting: Players are expected to greet the Staff with a handshake for all staff local, national and international. The Rush staff across the country expect their players to shake their coaches hand each time they meet. Why?…respect, build social skills, break down barriers, learn culturally accepted behavior, the list goes on.
It is not what happens, but how we deal with it. Somethings escape our control and let us with little space for choice. It might happen that someday you will be late for practice. But values come first. So first you greet the staff, and then rejoin the team
This drill is designed to help you improve your ball control. This is a great drill to help you develop the ball control that will enable you to cut and change direction quickly. Goal: When you reach the point of being able to do whatever you want with the ball; you will have more fun playing the game.
Speed on your feet is something really important for a soccer player on and off the ball. In this work out we will challenge your speed. 7 exercises to perform as fast as you can. Are you the fastest FITTER player? Let us know! Have fun!
Rush Soccer has 11 core values. These core values are more than great words, are behaviors that we commit to and that we expect others to show as well. These are Respect, Unity, Safety, Humility, Tenacity, Empathy, Advice, Leadership, Enjoyment, Accountability, and my favorite Passion! Learn about Passion with this video and find them all in the word puzzle below!
And here we are! Last week of our program. Now is time to check how much you improved after working hard and consistently through these weeks. Go through the work out early in the week and finish strong by doing the fitness test. Let us know your results! We are looking forward to knowing how you did!
Are you ready? We are going to need your full attention! Concentrate, pay attention to the details and find the seven differences! Send us a screenshot and show us where they were! But hey! Shhhh… Don’t let the others know!