How to use visualization to improve your game

When visualizing, you’re training your brain because you use the same parts of your brain as if you were doing the activities in reality. The best way to use visualization means imagining your performance on the pitch in as much detail as possible and from a first-person standpoint (i.e. through the eyes of the player)….

Small space ball control

ONE – 4 times (45 seconds in 1 direction – rest 30 seconds – 45 seconds in other direction) Right/left foot toe taps going forward Right/left foot roll to left/right Left/right foot toe taps going backward Left/right foot roll to right/left TWO – 4 times (execute 1 direction – rest 30 seconds – execute in…

Resistance band exercises

“To get the most out of them, plan for two resistance band sessions per week, resting at least 48 hours between sessions.  Select six exercises from the Base Exercises section and two from the Soccer Simulation section for a total of 8 exercises. Perform 15 reps on each exercise for three sets, with a 30…

5 single leg plyometric exercises

There exercises focuses on single leg plyometric exercises. As shooting and passing in football is executed on 1 leg, these exercises are supposed to help with the balance and stability on 1 leg for footballers. 1:37 Progressive skater jumps Great for lateral explosiveness. With 6 cones spread evenly. The biggest jump should be maximum effort….