keep your toes up and the ankle locked of your kicking foot. use the proper surface of the foot to strike the ball. follow through toward target. accuracy over power. body position and balance (slightly bent knee and body over the ball for low passes and lean back for aerial passes) always practice with both feet.
Soccer players need to have a high aerobic and anaerobic endurance capacity to be able to run up and down the field for extended periods of time. The game of soccer requires players to run fast and change directions quickly. To prepare themselves for the grueling physical demands of the sport of soccer, adults should incorporate sprints, plyometrics and agility drills into their training to improve their ball handling, footwork and speed.
The framework for these soccer training plans are created to be demonstrated in an easy, straightforward structure. We recommend to take advantage of these excellent kids, youth and adult soccer drills as your personal coaching tool whenever you need them.
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