Soccer Training Tips- Get The Following Right And You're Laughing - These days soccer has become so competitive and cut throat that training alone is not enough. The difference between success and failure could be inches. So listen up carefully.
Soccer Training Tips- Get The Following Right And You're Laughing
By Thomas K
Dec 24, 2009 - 6:46:48 AM
Chances are if you participate in Soccer you attend training at least twice a week. Depending on the standard, or your commitment, twice can easily blow out to 4-5 times a week.
The purpose of training is to improve your game and maintain your fitness. Only through repetitive training drills and practice can you escalate your game to the next level.
Most players that attend training do so blindly. They attend only to make up the numbers and simply go through the motions. Are you guilty of this?
Before you attend your next training session, set yourself some goals. Ask the relevant questions, do you want to improve? Do you want to play professionally? Establish why you attend training and take the necessary steps to achieve your ambitions.
At training make sure you concentrate at the tasks at hand. Once you cross the chalked lines forget about all your problems and for the next hour or so, concentrate just on training. Giving yourself a break from the every day rat race is quite relaxing and liberating. Try it, you have nothing to lose. Once you have a clear mind you'll notice that your performance will also improve.
So you've made the effort to attend training and to leave all your problems outside the ground. What next?
Make sure you wear the appropriate gear. If it's cold, rug up with thermals and make sure your boots have wet weather studs. If it's hot, dress accordingly and wear your rubber molds for comfort.
The best tip I can give you is this, respect and listen to your coach. If you show him respect and to some extent obedience, those feelings will be reciprocated when you need them the most. Mutual appreciation will create a fun, friendly and beneficial environment for both players and coaches.
Last but not least, have fun and be enthusiastic. Fun is the key to a long and happy soccer career at any level. Most players that enjoy the game have more motivation which inevitably leads to a greater chance of success.
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