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blake zerboni steinhoff

Twenty years ago I was the smallest player on the soccer field. Although my twin sister and I were quite athletic (thank you Mom and Dad) and relatively skilled for 6 year olds, an innocent bystander would never have guessed that 12 years later we’d be standing at Drake Stadium ready to start our first UCLA Division 1 soccer game. The journey getting there definitely had its trials, triumphs, and moments of perseverance; but most importantly, it took extremely hard work. In fact one of my biggest lessons was that your genetic ability only takes you so far; it’s the determination, dedication, discipline, and passion that take you to the next level. *(Take that as a life lesson as well).

If I hadn’t learned the importance of those four things during my adolescence, I would never have advanced to where I did, especially at my stature. Playing at UCLA was one of the best experiences of my life. I not only had the opportunity to play alongside some of the most amazing soccer players in the nation and gather three Final Four appearances, but I also received a second-to-none degree and made some of the best and lasting friends a girl could ask for. Amazing, amazing, amazing—the people, the knowledge, the experience! I’ll never forget what it was like to put on that uniform, walk out onto the brightly lit field and represent one of the best universities in the world. It was such a sense of pride, accomplishment, and inspiration.

I guess my point to all this is that although I’ve accomplished my goals, I’m not really done accomplishing my goals. I’ve had the experience, and now I want to give every girl who loves soccer the chance to have a similar experience. Fortunately, I’ve chosen a career path that will allow me to do this. After attaining my 200-hr yoga certification in LA, I decided (at 25 years old) that it was time to move back to my home roots and earn a certificate in NASM Personal Training.From there I have combined my soccer expertise (from playing at such a high level) and my knowledge of body movement (strength, speed, power, flexibility, athleticism) to become the most unique Soccer Performance Specialist in California. In addition to that, I am one of the only females in this field, and as far as finding a mentor for young girls, look no further. Who is better to answer your questions than the person who has walked in the shoes? So, this is my story. Let me help you create yours.

Blake Zerboni Steinhoff
Former-UCLA student athlete – Women’s soccer
Soccer Performance Specialist
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
200 hr-yoga Certified

1001 Calle Negocio, Suite B.,
San Clemente, California 92673

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