Parents send their kids to goalkeeper camps every summer in hopes of teaching them how to be a goalkeeper at a higher level. With college scholarships on the line, goalkeepers are passionate about taking their game to new heights.
Online PR News – 25-June-2012 – Alabama – Parents send their kids to goalkeeper camps every summer in hopes of teaching them how to be a goalkeeper at a higher level. With college scholarships on the line, goalkeepers are passionate about taking their game to new heights. But these soccer goalkeeper camps last only a week, and kids often forget the information very quickly after they return home. The founders of Keeper Asylum, Alex Lubyansky and Jeff Shuk, are seeking to change that trend. The online soccer goalkeeping academy found within http://www.keeperasylum.com/ lasts for six months, and provides 24/7 contact with nationally certified goalkeeping instructors.
“Soccer goalkeeper camps remind me of finals when I was a kid. Cram a bunch of information, forget it the next day,” says Lubyansky. The Keeper Asylum is designed to take a basic level goalkeeper and transform them into a college prospect. But it’s not in a hurry to do so. “We only release a limited number of training modules each month, complete with a training calendar. That way, our goalkeepers do not get to take any shortcuts,” explains Shuk.
After taking to the field and completing the training activities, the goalkeepers go back to http://www.keeperasylum.com/ and report their progress. There is a forum to communicate with coaches, and a full social network to communicate with other goalkeepers around the nation. “We have goalkeepers from all ages around the United States. Learning experiences are not unique, they can be applied to a plethora of other goalkeepers experiencing the same growing pains,” says Lubyansky.
The Keeper Asylum was founded in 2010 to provide instruction on how to be a goalkeeper at the collegiate level and beyond. Keeper Asylum alumni have played at major Division I colleges, on United States National Teams and professionally. The site offers a range of goalkeeping articles, soccer IQ tests, instructional videos and an online academy for the motivated goalkeeper.
If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Alex Lubyansky or Jeff Shuk, please call Steve Smith at (716) 40-PRESS - (716) 407-7377 or e-mail Steve at email@example.com.