A small space on court, in face of a fierce confrontation or a tight opponent's defense, is moment when you can demonstrate your skills. The ability to skillfully and freely use skills in a small space is inseparable from usual small-scale training in ball feeling and ball control skills. This is especially true for small competitions. Share this article with your friends today, I hope you find it helpful!
1. Main Switch
First of all, start with most commonly used method of pulling ball back and forth with soles of your feet. You can control ball under your feet and you can also use single moves.
In one motion, use top of ball of your forefoot to pull ball back diagonally while controlling your skating foot to step forward a short distance, allowing ball to reach back of your skating foot, then pull ball slightly into inside of your foot Ball is parallel, and after touching ball, hit it diagonally.
Please note that exercises for left and right foot must be balanced. It is best to practice at same time and increase number of exercises on left leg. When you can easily perform this movement with both feet, you will be able to practice it coherently.
Practice will not only help you improve your ability to control ball at your feet, but it will also help you quickly change direction of ball by simply changing position of foot touching ball in a single movement.
2. Touch bang
The second method of ball control is easier. Before touching ball, touching foot is behind pulling foot and both feet form a V.
Use front half of kickstand to pull soccer ball back. The ball rolls past outside of batting foot.
As simple as an action may seem, it only pays off if you practice it. Of course, let both feet are familiar with movements.
If you are familiar with above two steps, you can try combining them.
The third way to control ball is triangular. The pivot foot moves slightly or remains stationary and uses ball after ball to complete action of pulling ball, hitting ball, and re-pulling ball.
Pull ball to front of touching leg to initiate triangular ball control: touch top of ball with touching foot, pull ball diagonally behind skating foot, and then use inside of foot to touch ball diagonally. Then touch ball and then pull ball back and keep pulling ball in next triangle.
This action is very similar to Rivaldo's triangular ball control. The difference is that after ball is pushed to side with inside of foot and pivot foot is used to push ball back, several consecutive exercises can be performed. completed.
If you're interested, once you've mastered three moves above, you can try to combine three moves or add your own moves for practice.
If you successfully complete this series of personal ball possession exercises on ground, you can not only improve your ball possession star, but it is especially beneficial to perform ball possession exercises in small areas. When you are alone, you can exercise alone in open space. If you persevere for a month, you will get unexpected results!
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August 29, 2023