Moving in 1st Touch + Forward Passing--- 10 Simple Exercises

June 27, 2020

 

 

10 Technical Exercises for a.) moving in your first touch & b.) passing forward

 

 

Ex. 1 - Side on body shape & use back foot to play behind the cone.

 

Ex. 2- Facing negative & use outside of the foot to take it across the back of the cone.

 

Ex. 3 - Facing negative, step to the ball, & use the inside of the foot with the back foot to play forward.

 

Ex. 4 - Facing negative, cut it with inside of the foot across the body, & then cut it back other way again.

 

Ex. 5 - Bounce pass, move to other side of cones with side on body shape & use back foot to receive and pass again.

 

Ex. 6 - Bounce pass, move to other side of cones with side on body shape & use back foot to play through cones. 2nd touch is a forward pass.

 

Ex. 7 - Facing negative, take the ball away with outside of foot. 

           Bounce pass, move to other side of cones with side on body shape & use back foot to play through cones. 2nd touch is a forward pass.

 

Ex. 8 - Side on body shape & use back foot to play through the cones. Pull back with sole back through the cones. 3rd touch is a forward pass.

 

Ex. 9 - V's on one side of the cones. Bounce pass, move to other side of cones with side on body shape & use back foot to play through the cones.

           2nd touch is a forward pass.

 

Ex. 10 - Cryuff turn and use outside of foot to take it away through the cones. 2x.

             Pass negative & use back foot to play through the cones. 2x.

             End with a forward pass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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