Soccer Core Workout (21:30) PLANK - 90 SEC (22:10) PUSHUPS - 90 SEC
Under 9, Under 10, Under 11, and Under 12 Soccer Drills (U9, U10, U11, & U12 Soccer Drills), U9 U10 U11 U12 Soccer Practice Sessions. With the player's technique learned at an earlier age is now time to refine these skills with an introduction to basic tactics. Small-sided games will become your primary teaching means.
keep your toes up and the ankle locked of your kicking foot. use the proper surface of the foot to strike the ball. follow through toward target. accuracy over power. body position and balance (slightly bent knee and body over the ball for low passes and lean back for aerial passes) always practice with both feet.
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Monkey in the Middle. Combine drills with childhood games to get 9- and 10-year-olds involved in building their individual skills. The "Monkey in the Middle" drill teaches three players how to handle passes and move the ball quickly to another player, and it teaches one player the quick footwork needed to intercept passes.
You’ll need as many cones as the players. Divide the players into 2 groups. Name the players in one group in odd numbers (1, 3, 5 etc.) and the other players in even numbers (2, 4, 6 etc.). Let the groups stand in a line opposite of each other with a distance of around 20 yards between them.
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Extend up to the toes and lift each thigh to a parallel position with the ground as you move forward. • Calf Walk – for lower limb strength and Achilles flexibility. Extend the ankle on each step will warm up the calf muscles and Achilles tendons. • Sideways running – for lower limb strength, agility and flexibility.