Rhino Soccer Training
Building Skills & Confidence on the Field and Off
Focus • Fun • Freedom
Rhino Soccer Training is limited to 1-6 players in age or skill set. Players are trained by Dr. Schuler using the Triad System below. Use the how to get started section to learn more about training prices and commitment. Rhino Soccer Training How to Get Started
Triad 1 Physical
- Ball Handling Skills (concentrating on 1st 4 moves)
- Receiving and Passing
- Confidence in physical Self and Positive Attitude (Physical-Strength/Flexibility/Cardio Capability) Circuit Training
- Tactical Awareness and Movement
- Speed Training
- 1 v1 short games Dribbling and Scoring Confidence
Triad 2 Mental
- Mental Attitude
- Positive & Fun
- Optimal Mental Intensity & Attitude
Triad 3 Nutritional
- Meal Ratios
- Pre, Post, Game Nutrition
- Building skill & Confidence as an athlete on and off the field and then helping those less fortunate do the same
- Volunteer to help those less fortunate build their skills and confidence
Focus • Fun • Freedom
Our soccer training focuses on improving ball skills and speed of using ball skills, especially first four touches. It focuses on receiving and passing of the ball with speed and accuracy. It works on building confidence of athletic ability and physicality. It focuses on tactical movements with and without the ball. It works on improving athletic speed as well as scoring confidence.
We believe that touches on the ball on a regular basis is a must to be a soccer player in today’s soccer environment. Ball skills and soccer tactics must be fundamental elements to provide fun and freedom and prevent burnout. We will sacrifice training optimal physiological intensity at a certain physiological growth stage for building confidence in personal self, having more fun and preventing injury.
We work on the mental ability to stay positive, increase optimal intensity, and increase confidence with visualization and mental training techniques taught to professional athletes and successful business owners. We use easy and fun filled mental techniques to create a confident and positive soccer player without mental and physiological burnout.
We use the Back to Life System of optimizing individual health using the 7 Wellness Attributes seen in individuals living a Wellness lifestyle combined with pre/post/game recovery methods seen in endurance athletes and USA soccer team. We believe that a body functioning at its optimal level prevents injury, allows quick recovery from high intensity soccer, allows more fun and freedom without burnout. We work on the weaknesses and strengths of each soccer trainee allowing their God given abilities to be at their best allowing more fun and freedom playing soccer.
We believe that playing soccer at any level in a positive environment improves the physical, chemical and emotional triad of health in that player allowing more confidence, fun and positivity in one’s life. We encourage those who have benefited from our trainings to help those less fortunate by volunteering some time helping others experience the same process.
Focus • Fun • Freedom
Dr. Schuler’s Soccer Experience
Jan 1980 – Dec 1983 Highland Youth Recreation * Aug 1981 – Dec 1983 Walden * Aug 1984 – Nov 1988 Atherton High School * Jan 1987 – Dec 1988 Tyler Park Select * Aug 1989 – Nov 1990 Hanover College * Jun 1991 – Aug 1994 Logan College of Chiropratic * 1995-Present Indoor Soccer Adult * Aug 1988 – Mar 1989 HYR Recreational Team Head Coach * Aug 1996 – Nov 1996 Newburg Boys Club Youth Team Head Coach * Jan 2000 – Dec 2002 Ohio Valley Wrestling / WWE Adult Specialist Coach Performance Fitness * Jul 2012 – Nov 2013 UPWARD soccer Recreational Team Head Coach * Aug 2014 – Nov 2014 YMCA Recreational Team Head Coach * National F License Issue Date: Dec 17, 2016 U.S. Soccer * National E License U.S. Soccer Issue Date: April 26, 2017
Focus • Fun • Freedom
Dr. Schuler’s Professional Education and Experience
1988 Atherton High School * 1988-90 Hanover College * 1992 Logan College of Chiropractic B.S. * 1994 Logan College of Chiropractic—D.C. * 1994 National Board of Chiropractic Examiners * 1994 Kentucky License * 1994 Indiana License * 1995 Impairment Rating for Disability Evaluation by Stanley S. Kaplan, D.C., D.A.B.C.O. * 1996 Chiropractic and Pain Control. Nutrition and pain control by David R. Seamen, D.C., M.S., D.A.B.C.N. * 1995-1999 HIV/AIDS update for Health Care Professionals * 1997 Spinal Biomechanics and Specific Segmental Adjusting with Individual Treatment Protocols by Drs. Robert Kuhn, Ralph Barrale and Ralph Filson * 1998 Clinical and Legal Implications—Chiropractic Awareness—Risk Management by Drs. Arnold Ciancialli and Bud Passero. * 1999 CPR and First Aid * 1999 Chiropractic in the World of Sports Injury by Dr. Kirk Lee, D.C. * 2000 Module 1 Whiplash 2000: the Master’s Certification Program by Spine Research Institute of San Diego/2000 Module 1 Whiplash 2000: the Master’s Certification Program by Spine Research Institute of San Diego/2000 Module 2 Whiplash 2000: the Master’s Certification Program by Spine Research Institute of San Diego/2000 Module 3 Whiplash 2000: the Master’s Certification Program by Spine Research Institute of San Diego/2000 Module 4 Whiplash 2000: the Master’s Certification Program by Spine Research Institute of San Diego * 2001 Impairment Rating for Disability Evaluation by Stanley S. Kaplan, D.C., D.A.B.C.O., 5th Edition AMA Guidelines * 2002 Chiropractic Imaging: Plain Films to MRIs by Beverly L Harger, D.C., DACBR. * 2003 Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient by K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, DABCO, FACO, CSCS * 2003 What’s Happening with HIPAA. A 4 hour HIPAA awareness training program. By Kendra L. Holloway, D.C. Life Chiropractic College West. 2004 Injuries From Low Impact Collisions by Daniel Dock, D.C., DABCO, DABCN * 2005 Permanent Soft Tissue Injuries by Daniel Dock, D.C., DABCO, DABCN * 2006 Injuries From Low Impact Collisions Part 3 by Daniel Dock, D.C., DABCO, DABCN * 2007 Charrette Extremity Adjusting Protocols by Mark Charrette, DC * 2008 Records Documentation in Daily Practice & Auto Collision Patients Part 4 by Daniel Dock, D.C., DABCO, DABCN * 2008 Impairment Rating: An Update on the 2008 6th Edition AMA by Dr Dwight Whynot, D.C. * 2008 CPT Coding, Compliance and Documentation I and II. Indiana State Chiropractic Association. * 2008 Medicare Made Simple. Indiana State Chiropractic Association. * 2009 L.B. Payne Insurance Seminar and Rehab & HIPPA by Kentucky Association of Chiropractors. * 2010 Independent Medical Examination: Training for Chiropractors by Michael Burke, D.C. * 2010 HIV/AIDS update for Health Care Professionals * 2011 Chiropractic Wellness Lifestyle Program, Module 1. Life Chiropractic College West. * 1992-1994 Clinical education and practice including ancillary physical therapeutics and structural radiographic technique and analysis * 1993-1994 Montgomery Health Center * 1993-1994 Harbor Light Health Center * 1993-1994 Bogey Hills Health Center * 1993-1994 Yorkshire Health Center * 1993-1994 Community Health Center * 1993-2000 CPR certified * 1993 Matthew-Dickey Boys Club Physicals for Metropolitan St. Louis * 1993 The St. Louis Homeless Veterans Stand Down Project * 1993 ARC (American Red Cross) Clinic * 1993-1994 Salvation Army Clinic * 1993-1994 Special consultation and teaching services—Ergonomics * 1994 Associate Doctor—Dr. Thurman D.C. in Sellersburg, IN * 1995-1997 Independent Contractor—Dr. Schwartz, D.C. * 1996-1998 Independent Contractor—Spinal Diagnostic Center for X-ray Biomechanical reports. * 2000-2002 Team Chiropractor for Ohio Valley Wrestling (O.V.W.)/(W.W.E) * 2000 Advanced course study in the diagnosis and clinical management of cervical acceleration/deceleration trauma and whiplash related temporomadibular joint disorders by Spine Research Institute of San Diego * 1995-2010 Schuler Chiropractic—personal practice * 2010-2012 Rivertown Chiropractic and Wellness Center—personal practice * 2005 Short Term Mission trip to Dominican Republic, Santiago. * 2007-2010 Chiropractic Coordinator for Touched Twice Ministries Clinic, HPCC. * 2011-2013 8 Weeks to Wellness Owner and Doctor * 2012 Chiropractic Coordinator for The Clinic, HPCC. * 2014 Short Term Mission trip to Dominican Republic, Santiago. * 2013-2017 Back to Life Chiropractic–personal practice * 1987-8 National Honor Society * 1989 Sigma Chi Fraternity * 1990 Pi Kappa Chi Fraternity * 1991-1994 Outstanding Academic Achievement * 1996-7 Kentucky Association of Chiropractors District 3 Secretary * 1998 Kentucky Association of Chiropractors District 3 Vice President * 1998-2000 Kentucky Association of Chiropractors District 3 President RESEARCH Schuler & Sciortino, D.C. Correlation Between Sacral Unleveling and Weight Distribution. Senior Research, 1994. Schuler & Sciortino, D.C. Correlation Between Sacral Unleveling and Weight Distribution. Senior Research, 1994.
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