On the financial side, we want to make sure that we give you value for your money and time. The attached information flyer will give you the monthly cost as well as the dates for all our TTi camps, events, performance training and clinics. Remember all the extras are FREE & Included in your TTi Membership! Here are some answers to some questions that you may have for TTi: How Much is TTi?
TTi is $225 per month for one Member (Siblings are $400 for two $575 for three). This is paid via credit card.
New members sign a 6 month contract which will roll over month to month after the initial term. If the player leaves the program there is a 45 day notice, plus a $350 re-instatement fee.
The Development Center is $89 per Month.
What do I Get?
I will receive a training uniform - Jacket or Hoodie, 2 shirts, shorts, socks and a bag (Amongst other time-to-time gifts). Most of these items will arrive upon signing.
You also get access to over 24 sessions per month plus additional bonuses.
Booking Sessions TTi understands how busy you are as a youth footballer. We use Teamsnap to book all sessions. Just log in and click the sessions you would like to attend. What is Teamsnap?
Teamsnap is an application the TTi uses to communicate with all member en mass. Teamsnap will give you the TTi up to date calendar and any changes that may happen at the convenience of your phone. How Many Players in a Session? We try to maintain a 3:1-6:1 Player Coach Ratio, however we are aware that creating potential scenarios for 2 v 2 & 3 v 3 play are also a very important piece of the development puzzle. We will always create a numerical environment where the staff to player ratio will create an optimum development environment for the player. We will work tirelessly to improve our information and use the most up to date equipment, science and coaching techniques. Are the Members Benefits Included in the Cost? All Listed Camps, Performance Sessions and TTi Events* are a FREE benefit for TTi Membership. Why is Performance Training Important? The physical demands of football have evolved significantly over the last few years – players must be faster, more agile and stronger than ever before. The frequency and severity of injuries will naturally increase unless attention is paid to injury prevention. Performance Training sessions aim to first and foremost reduce injury risk, then build on this basis to optimize strength, speed, and anaerobic capacity. What is VO2 Max Testing and Why Should I do it? VO2 max is a measure of aerobic capacity – in other words, your endurance and ability to perform for the duration of the game. VO2 max testing firstly gives the most accurate measure available of your aerobic capacity, which you can track over time and monitor progress with training. Secondly, the test allows you to achieve and obtain your maximum heart rate. This is crucial information to use in conjunction with heart rate monitoring. By knowing your maximum heart rate, training sessions/games can be analyzed, and therefore training load can be monitored and evaluated to ensure overtraining and/or undertraining does not occur. The test is laboratory based and is typically only available to elite athletes, making this a unique opportunity to have your performance evaluated through leading sports science methods and interpreted and applied in the most football-specific context. What happens if I’m injured? It happens to everyone. It’s a fact of sport. When you are injured we save your spot and your account will be charged 50% until you are able to return to play. If the injury is longer term, we will go on a case-by-case basis and determine the best course of action for the player and family. We have a wonderful partnership with Memorial Hermann Sports Institute where we truly encourage all our players to go. We encourage you to see Emily Gardner, TTi DPT who works with TTi and Memorial Hermann Sports Institute should you have any soccer related injuries for any advice on getting you back into action! What is Zoom Reports? (From www.zoomreports.com) Long story short, we believe athletes stop playing sports because sports cause either too much anxiety or too much boredom. Either an athlete is playing at a level in which everyone is better, they get anxiety about playing, and then quit. Or an athlete is not being challenged enough; they get bored when playing, and then quit. After coming up with this reason, we started searching for a solution on how we could help prevent the anxious and bored athlete from quitting. The anxious players would receive feedback on how to improve relative to their competitors. The bored players would receive feedback on things they could do to challenge themselves. And with that thought in mind, Zoom Reports was created. TTi will be giving a bi-monthly Zoom Reports for every one of our players providing specific feedback and avenues for positive improvement. What are TTi Events? TTi Events are various events through out the year for the players to participate in. TTi will participate in 3 v 3 Tournaments, Host a Festival, Play Various "One-Off" Matches and have guest coaches and appearances through the year! It could also be a trip to a Professional or College match! Where Does TTi Train? TTi Trains out of Regis Middle School of the Sacred Heart. We have a grass field, lights, and an indoor and outdoor Futsal Court Surface.
TTi has a campus in Pearland, TX at York Elementary that has Development Center and Pre-Formation only.