One of the main concepts we covered at the WWSAC Symposium talk was the importance of younger females developing a few key movement habits from a single leg body position.
This has an impact in key moments of the game, passing/striking, receiving, defending and changing directions in response to a game situation or opponent.
Some of the modifiable differences between females and males have to do with position of the torso and legs. We can change some key movement characteristics that not only reduce injury likelihood but also improve efficiency of movement.
In this video I break down the medical language to coaching/soccer terms and provide an easy way to integrate some injury risk reduction methods within a soccer training session.