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Soccer Skills And Drills

Author : James W. Lennox
ISBN : 0736056297
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 29.89 MB
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Master all the fundamentals that matter on the pitch with Soccer Skills & Drills. This comprehensive instructional guide for players and coaches alike teaches the techniques necessary for success as well as games and drills to hone your skills to perfection. Learn to dribble, receive, pass, shoot, head, tackle, and guard the goal with guidance from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the top coaches' organization in the United States. Then use the 80 progressively arranged games and drills to practice those skills in competitive situations and small-sided games. The insightful teaching points and effective practice activities will reinforce your execution of the fundamentals and expand your repertoire of techniques and tactics. Dozens of photographs and diagrams are provided to help you visualize the technical instruction, while the application of each skill is described from both tactical and positional perspectives. More than a drill book, Soccer Skills & Drills is the information-packed resource that will elevate any player's game!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Super Soccer

Author : Ray Hudson
ISBN : 0895863588
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 45.67 MB
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Presents the rules and skills needed to play soccer and includes exercises and practice drills to help the player master ball control, heading, dribbling, shooting, defending, and goalkeeping.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Essential Soccer Skills

Author : DK
ISBN : 9780756673932
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 28.94 MB
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Essential Soccer Skills progresses from beginner basics to advanced techniques, featuring illustrated sequences on how to learn and master key skills, and tips on how to improve your overall form. Essential Soccer Skills covers everything from the basics and rules of the game to the types of players--goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders, attackers--to skills and team tactics like stepovers, heading, and volleying. Essential Soccer Skills is the go-to guide for anyone interested in learning more about soccer and becoming a better player.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Soccer Skills

Author : J. Chris Roselius
ISBN : 076603206X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 44.14 MB
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"Readers will learn how to control a soccer ball, play offense and defense and defend the goal like their favorite players"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Soccer Skills

Author : Chest Dugger
ISBN : PKEY:6610000101153
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 36.15 MB
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Are you ready to take your soccer game to the next level? Or just looking for ways to improve your team? This book can help solve your problems. Whether known as football or, as in the US, soccer; the 'beautiful game' is the most popular sport in the world. The best players earn millions of dollars per year, and the greatest clubs are icons in their regions. Children love putting down a couple of jerseys and having a kick around. It is, globally, the team sport that has the greatest public participation and, at the highest level such as the World Cup, top leagues and cup finals, matches are watched live by tens of thousands of cheering fans. Support is only limited by stadium size, with tens or even hundreds of millions following their team on TV. It is therefore no surprise that so many people love to play the game, and want to become better at it. Youngsters dream of becoming the next Pele, Messi, Maradona or Ronaldo. This book offers coaches and players an insight into how to become a better soccer player. There are chapters on the role of the individual in this team game, and the role of the team in a sport lit up by the brilliance of individuals. There are drills listed to help the player and his side. Indeed, it is drills that lead to players becoming experts, as good as they can be. Drills take the individual components of soccer and allow practice in a pressure free, or pressure controlled, environment. Imagine that a game of soccer is like an English Literature examination. For that test, you get taught the information you need to know; you practice using that learning in tests, discussions and essays. You work on it on your own, making sure that your mind is fit enough to tackle the challenge of the final exam. What you very much do not want is to be learning new concepts under the pressure of the examination hall. That is the place to show what you can do, not try out risky ideas. In many ways, sport is the same. For soccer, the examination is the match; learning the skills is like gaining your understanding of Shakespeare; applying those skills is automatic in the chaos of the game. Those exercises you worked on in training ensure that you are fit enough to survive the game at your best. And just like a piece of great literature, so a great soccer performance is made up of separate elements, which combine to produce the art form that is the 'beautiful game.' Just as you could examine character, plot, language and metaphor when studying 'Macbeth', a great performance in soccer is made up of control, passing, shooting, defending and teamwork. Those elements can be broken down, practiced and perfected during drills. The drill allows for experimentation; failure and error does not matter. Indeed, we learn through our mistakes. There is less pressure during a drill, so time can be spent getting the individual skills and movements right. A good coach can help a player focus on areas of weakness. Pressure can be introduced slowly, and in a controlled way, ratcheted up to recreate conditions more like those in the match situation. During practice sessions, often younger (and probably older!) players long for the 'game.' 'Can we play a match now?' is the sort of request coaches of younger players will recognize readily. And that is fine, a little match – perhaps one that reinforces the skills on which the session focuses on, makes a fun and useful end to a coaching session. But drills are crucial in helping players to become the best they can be. These skill sessions can be focused on the individual, working on technique perhaps in groups of two to four; they can also be larger group drills, or whole team activities which help mutual understanding and coordination.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Soccer Skills

Author : Jerry Yeagley
ISBN : 0940279487
Genre : Soccer
File Size : 29.85 MB
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Category: Soccer

Soccer The Right Technique

Author : TJ Martin
ISBN : 9781633232648
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 40.29 MB
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Soccer The Right Techniques 30 minute skills method is a proven technique that can help turn your child into top class soccer player anywhere in the world. Many students who have used these techniques have gone on to become professional players in some of the best leagues and collages in the world. “Soccer the Right Technique” is about demonstrating and teaching the very basic skills used in soccer {football} to children who are just starting to learn. It demonstrates the same style used by children in England and Europe to learn to perform specific basic moves and techniques, such as receiving and ball control, passing, shooting, heading, dribbling, turning, running with the ball under control, passing, and throwing the ball into play. You will find the instructional photographs and sketches showing various techniques in sequential order with easy to understand instructions on how to teach and perform only the very basic skills used in the game. There are many other skills that young players can master; however in this book the skills taught are what young players need to master first then move on to the more complex skills and techniques. This skills book is simple enough that children can practice on their own. It is perfect for the inexperienced new coach, youth leader, P.E. teacher, mom dad or any one wanting to coach the basic soccer skills to their child or team and how to preform these skills with 100% accuracy.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Glenn Moore
ISBN : 0752526928
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 76.51 MB
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Category: Sports & Recreation