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You can’t win soccer games if you don’t score goals. This iSport lessons video features a shooting drill that will h... See More
You can’t win soccer games if you don’t score goals. This iSport lessons video features a shooting drill that will have you scoring goals in no time. You need two people for this drill, so make sure you have a partner on hand. To start, have one player stand at the top of the penalty box and the other player stand to one side of the goal. The player standing next to the goal should have several soccer balls nearby. The player next to the goal will pass the ball up towards the shooting player who will quickly approach the ball and shoot it while it’s still moving. The shooting player should use the foot closest to the passing player to shoot. So if the ball approaches from the shooter’s right, the right foot will be used. After the shot, the shooting player will retreat to the starting position and the passing player will pass in another ball. This continues until the passing player runs out of balls to pass, at which point the passing player will switch sides. Once on the other side of the goal, the passing player will pass a ball in and the shooter will attempt a shot with the other foot. The passing player will continue making passes until there are no more balls to pass. With the exception of the penalty shot, almost every shot attempt in soccer is made while the ball is on the move. Let’s review how this drill works. One player stands at the top of the penalty box and the other player stands to one side of the goal. The player by the goal will pass the ball up to the other player who will attempt to shoot it while the ball is still moving. The shot should be taken with the foot closest to the passing player. This drill will both teach players how to take a shot while the ball is moving as well as force them to get comfortable with taking shots with both feet.
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