The THREE x THREE Program is an entire soccer and bodyweight training program that is done in a 3x3 yard space. The idea behind this training regimen is to provide a professional level, individual training program that can be done almost anywhere, with little to no equipment, and no need for training partners.
This program is a 12 week training program with 5 days a week of soccer trainings (3 Tight Space Dribbling sessions, 1 Juggling Session, and 1 Wall-Passing Session) and 3-4 days a week of bodyweight workouts.
In total this program is 94 pages long and contains over 150 different drills and exercises. There is also a full 30+ minute Video Drill Guide where every single drill and exercise is performed and shown.
You can accomplish 90% of this program with just a single soccer ball and a 3x3 yard space, but you will also need some cones, a tennis ball, a table, a chair, and a wall. All of this should be pretty easy to come by, because like stated, this program is meant to be down anywhere with any type of equipment.
If you are stuck in a tiny garage in the middle of winter in Iceland, but still have 3x3 yards of space and a ball, you can do this entire program. That's the goal of the THREE x THREE Program. No excuses. Get high quality training in no matter what.
However i can’t see to find the videos can anyone help ?
Fantastic during winter
Hey Calin, when you download the program there should be two documents. The first is the PDF Training Program and the second document contains a link to the private YouTube video as well as all the timestamps for every drill/exercise! If you can't find that second document or deleted it by mistake, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you another copy!
The best program in quarantine helped me a lot
So far I'm only in Week 3 but have really loved it. I feel my tight space ability has really increased and it is similar to the 10,000 touch workout that Matt had posted a while back. I've already started seeing results on the pitch as well as my confidence increasing on the ball. Overall, would recommend.