The exercises we do make our steps better and faster. Most of you should already know this exercise because it is very simple.
But today we're going to add a little dynamic step to this exercise.
Perform hat dance by switching feet on ball five times.
Then, kick ball forward and to left with your left foot.
Then dunk ball again.
Then, after stepping on ball five times, turn ball to right and stop.
To be complete, our exercise should look like this. As for how many times to repeat this exercise, we need to see specific arrangement added.
Each time you practice, it's best to let your left and right feet move ball outward 50 times.
Exercise Two: Increasing Speed, Agility, and Strength
If you want to be a great dribbler, this workout is a very classic exercise that you can't ignore because it can develop your sense of rhythm.
When doing this exercise, you should try to do same exercise alternately with both feet at same time. Don't make one leg super-powerful until other leg is completely incapable of playing football.
Must be able to use rhythm of ball with inside and outside foot. The reason for this requirement is very simple, this practice can give you confidence to control ball with both feet.
Having this ability can make you more versatile in game, and playing football is a very complex process anyway. You can't get better just by putting ball through a couple of fixed markers, you have to be very creative and handle ball well in a professional game.
You must be able to perform all movements at high speed.
You must be prepared for all uncertainties in game.
This is not a fast track.
Your attention is the biggest motivation for Xiaobei!
June 25, 2023