We have a borad network of collaborators to offer a high level and complete service.
ZeroGravity & EduKick
Zero Gravity and Edukick have joined forces to collaborate in the development of the goalkeeper. This union allow us to bring the creative methodology, created by Roberto Navajas, closer to the goalkeepers, a modern and efficient way to develop goalkeepers.
Edukick, with their schools all over the world (Spain, UK, United States, Germany, Italy, France...), gives the possibility that goalkeepers from all over the world to develop to ther highest level with the Zero Gravity method, either in a year or half-year long course, besides their one month clinics and camps.
Zero Gravity and Edukick join their resources so all the goalkeepers can obtain the maximun performance as a people and elite goalkeepers.
Football coach coach of goalkeepers viewer of goalkeepers ZGUSA/Spain player professional resident of the city of Oxnard, CA, Roberto Gutiérrez brings more than 40 years of knowledge of football to ZeroGravity. Robert has over 30 years of experience as a coach in the United States. Robert has experience as player in Mexico with Bachilleres of UdeG under Luis Placencia, as well as in the United States with LA Salsa and SF Valley Golden Eagles, both under the command of Rialdo Menendez, former player of the national team of Brazil. Mr. Gutiérrez is currently the Director, trainer, and Goalkeepers ZeroGravity USA official Viewer and has a training licence "c" of the USSF. Since it has been in the United States, Roberto has made her mark as a coach at the Academy, collegiate and professional levels. Recently, Robert was goalkeeping coach under "Steve Sampson" former coach of the national team of the United States, in the Channel Islands University where trained several archers from the University of Southern California. Until the day of today, Roberto continues calling Oxnard home, still helping youth, and continues to be an active volunteer in the community.
Cristina Fink, PhD, is a highly experienced sport psychologist with over 20 years of experience in teaching, counseling and
sport administration. Counseling clients include Olympic Medalists and World Champions as well as professional and national
soccer teams. She was the Sport Psychologist for several teams in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games with varied sports
like Synchronized Swimming, Track and Field, Modern Pentathlon, Swimming, Diving, Archery, Taekwondo and Soccer. Cristina
competed in two Olympic Games (Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992) and held the Mexican High Jump Record with a 1.94 mts. jump for
22 years. She has a B.S. in Psychology and a B.A. in Family and Consumer Resources from the University of Arizona, Tucson. She
has a Masters Degree and PhD obtained in Sport Psychology from the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) in Madrid,
Spain. Cristina is the author of a number of published papers and books, and a keynote speaker in many national and international
conferences. She is the Director of Sport Psychology for HP Sports and the Philadelphia Union. She is in charge of the Academy
and Youth Development Union programs and is responsible for helping implement its core-values and behavioral learning into its
soccer education curriculum. Cristina also supports the Philadelphia Union working directly with first team players as directed
by Philadelphia Union Technical Staff.