Do you have the feeling you could be showcasing your soccer skills much more, and more consistently?
Are you sick of getting caught on the dribble, or pushed off the ball?
I have news for you - there is a way for you to dramatically transform yourself both physically and mentally and let your soccer skills shine...
To answer the question about Messi, Neymar, Ronaldo (and the King, Pele in the pic above), aside from their high level of skill, vision, creativity, and mentality, they all move incredibly well on and off the ball.
I was tired of struggling with various injuries and fed up with sub-par speed and getting pushed off the ball. I was small, slow, and weak, so going into my senior year of college soccer it was time for a change. In the off-season I finally started taking strength and conditioning seriously. Little did I know how much more effective skills are when you can actually execute them under the demands of the game. Needless to say, I became obsessed with the human body as it related to becoming the best soccer player possible.
Before long I stopped getting injured and had my best season yet. Playing the likes of Indiana University, UCLA, Stanford, UCONN, Washington, Cal, let me tell you that running by athletic defenders at that level is not easy. But, it finally became possible. I was able to threaten in behind defenses, started jumping higher and winning headers, and was even called "a great ball-winner".
While pursuing a Master's degree in exercise science, I traveled to various countries to train and study from top clubs, read countless books, served internships, and attended numerous seminars and classes to continue learning so I could keep evolving as an athlete and also help other aspiring athletes
http://www.thetotalsoccerplayer.com is for the player, parent, and coach who want to optimize the performance of the individual soccer player. We cover technical training, athletic development, nutrition, and mindset strategies to get soccer players performing their best when it matters most. This is the art and science of coaching, and like Bruce Lee said, reject what is useless, and keep what is useful.
How To Do ¨The Cruyff¨ Turn In Soccer
The Cruyff is a great move to create space in a soccer game. It is easily applied when faking a long ball, shot, or cross. The Cruyff has advantages over other methods of changing direction that I discuss in the video.
Soccer Drills With Ball & Wall
Check out http://www.thetotalsoccerplayer.com for more soccer tips, interviews, and training methods Training with a soccer ball and wall is a super effective way to work on all skills without the need for other people to play the ball in.