Ways On How To Improve Soccer Skills At Home

By Leslie Ball


In this day and age, when you seek football stars performing new styles in the field you really wonder how they were able to do the skills. It is because they do a lot of practice that makes them stand out of the crowd. Some of the ways on how to improve soccer skills in your backyard will also require a lot of hard work.

World stars reach those levels because they learn playing techniques early in life. It is because there are many things one has to learn to reach the same level, and it does not take a day to learn them all. However, you can still become an excellent player by practicing the most basic of the techniques that we see soccer stars doing in the field. You must be ready to invest your time, determined and work very hard to achieve the same heights. Talent is not enough you must put in also hard work to stand out of the crowd.

You can begin with learning how to juggle for at least twenty minutes daily for six days. Allow one day for your ankle to rest so that you do not overwork it. You must also ensure that the football has enough pressure not too full that makes controlling very hard.

The juggling technique is very simple put a slight touch on the football in the air and control in as it lands on your feet. Be very patient when you realize that you easily lose the ball even before two touches. However, you must put in more effort to a point you can now control the football easily. Mostly when you do not know how to juggle you won't know how to pass, shoot and control at the same time.

It is also important to learn how to control a ball that you kick on the wall. Make sure you are not allowing the ball to bounce twice because it becomes hard to control after the second bounce. It is because when a ball bounces twice it moves away it becomes hard to direct it. Make sure you are also within a proper distance with the wall because when the ball leaves the wall it has much force that you may not be able to control it easily.

Good footballers know that when you dribble you cover a large distance and leave your opponent behind. Dribbling gives you an edge over your opponents. The space where you place the ball is always empty hence you can run and find an opportunity to score easily. You can use a dog that loves playing with soccer balls to try this dribbling technique. Push the ball ahead of it and try and reach for it before the dog gets it. You must be cautious not to heart the dog when you are moving.

You can also learn how to shield. Shielding involves keeping the football away from your opponent using your arms and body. Do not try this if you have not hit the gym and is not fit. It is because when you are unfit your opponent can easily take the ball from you with just a slight body contact.

Lastly, great footballers know that it's not about individual play in the field, but it is about team work For you to be a team player you must learn to give timely and accurate passes. There are good passes that when your team mate gets they just tap and it's a goal. Learn to pass accurately to make your team win easily.




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