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Soccer Drills

This article examines the most common and effective soccer drills that are used during practice by both professional and youth teams. Most of these drills can be modified to suit any age group or skill level. Attacking drills Shooting drill 1. Th...
Soccer Warmup

Soccer Warmup

Circulation Before any type of exercise, start with a light massage to the poorly circulated parts of the body like the ankles, calves and arms. This is especially important in cold weather. The active warmup should begin with 8-10 minutes of light jogg...

Aerobic Training

During aerobic activity, your body supplies the muscles with most of the oxygen lost during work. The muscles require oxygen for the oxidation of fat and carbohydrates. In order to maintain this balance and keep the muscles supplied with oxygen, the rate...

Anaerobic Training

Any short, intensive activity between 70-100% of the maximum heart rate is considered anaerobic. "Anaerobic" literally means: "without air". During anaerobic exercise the body supplies itself with energy from stored sources (like Glycogen) as opposed to o...

Stretching Exercises

Obliques (External & Internal Oblique) Trunk rotation Trunk-sided bend Back (Latissimus Dorsi & Teres Major) Buttock (Gluteus Maximus, Medius & Minimus) The muscles on your buttocks (glutes) wo...

Speed and Agility Training

Speed training is all about stressing your muscles to the max so it's vital to rest after each session. Muscles regenerate on the day after the actual exercise, so workouts should be limited to 2-3 times per week at most. Speed training is best performed...

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