However, he joked, in the women's class, "Sometimes we use our mouths more than our legs."
"It is a workout, though," White added. "The fun kind."
Rhonda Long, 35, of Charleston, said she loves taking the class and what her son, Ethan, 3, is learning.
"It's teaching him respect and discipline," Long said. "I love it not only for the physical side, but the mental development."
The mothers applaud Brutus' patience while teaching their children. He said becoming a children's coach was perfect for him.
"I've played soccer my whole life. In college I majored in psychology and always wanted to be a teacher. To join the two together is perfect," Brutus said. "I always thought the best job in the world would be to play soccer my whole life."
On Wednesday, before Toler headed to the field to join the other women for class, she took a moment to speak to her son, Evan.
"Who's a better soccer player, you or mommy?" she asked him.
Evan paused and took a sip of water before responding.
"You are," the 4-year-old said.
For more information about the soccer classes, call 304-562-1020.
Reach Kate White at kate.wh...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1723.