I assume everyone is familiar with cycling and can do a few laps. The technical action of cycling over people is practical and efficient, it requires speed, strength and body shaking, and ball and start after action is completed must be fast and powerful.
When your foot is on ball, tilt your body in that direction and lower your shoulders. This is similar to Matthews and other moves that interfere with defenders judgment by dropping their shoulders and tilting their body.
Another point is that after foot crosses ball diagonally, foot must be placed at a certain distance from ball, which gives you enough room to continue action of other foot.
When you're facing a defender, step over ball with one foot, lean in to your torso, lower your shoulders to get your opponent's attention, and then immediately connect outside of your foot with your outside. Strong, fast touches create space and give you opportunity to continue dribbling or shooting.
Cycling on site
Practice basic moves to improve your skills. When cycling in place, you can circle from slow to fast and step powerfully on ground.
Lightly tap football with your left or right foot forward to move a short distance, then complete cycle. Pay attention to main points of movement and practice from slow to fast.
Here lightly touch soccer ball with front of instep or lightly with outside of instep.
When you can skillfully complete one cycle of pedaling left and right, you can move on to next exercises.
Training a real defender is completely different. You need to put in more effort to hone your cycling skills.
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June 13, 2023