The Best Soccer Dribbling Drills
There is always room for improvement.
If you think you are good enough (at any skill or in any area of your life),
you are kidding yourself. Seriously, stop it, your making me laugh.
No matter how good you are, if you want to tap into your
full potential as a player, you must want to get better.
a simple yet extremely valuable principle of success.
Everyone wants to be a fancy dribbler like Cristiano Ronaldo.
I encourage you to work hard and long to develop your skills to the level of
Ronaldo, but understand one concept.
Dribbling too much, in the wrong areas,
will get you into lots of trouble.
Always focus on playing simple when possible. Pass and move into new space.
Don’t let the ball stay on your foot for too long. However, there are areas
and opportunities on the field where you must use your dribbling
skills to make the right play.
Watch this video to understand this topic more clearly:
When you are practicing soccer dribbling drills,
I want you to focus on these 3 important concepts:
Close control. The ultimate goal of dribbling is to get to a certain
space as quickly as possible without losing possession of the ball. If
you cannot keep the ball close to you, you will get tackled very easily.
Speed. Always push yourself to do the drills quicker. If you cannot
dribble with speed, you will struggle to get away from opponents
and keep possession of the ball. Push yourself faster.
Quickly change direction. Every time you change direction with
the ball at your feet focus on accelerating quickly in the other
direction. Doing this every time you change direction while practicing
will help you tremendously in real game situations.
Here are some soccer dribbling drills you can use to improve:
If you want to improve, you should never have an excuse.
Excuses are for people who don’t value their improvement, or aren’t
really serious about achieving their goals.
You don’t make excuses. You get results.
Watch this video to learn how you can improve your soccer
dribbling skills at home with one simple drill:
If you really want to improve your soccer dribbling skills,
you should have a ball on your foot from the time you wake up,
until the time you go to bed. More touches = more improvement.
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