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by expert
28 Oct 2004, 02:36
Forum: Fitness
Topic: How to develop balance
Replies: 11
Views: 6980

How to improve your balance

Let me start off by saying that balance is a fairly broad term that refers to how well you maintain your center of gravity. Balance affects your game both with (mechanics) and without (agility) the ball. If you observe any skillful player, you’ll notice that they perform complex techniques while rem...
by expert
28 Oct 2004, 02:17
Forum: Off the Field
Topic: Visualization before a game
Replies: 9
Views: 7794

Visualization is actually a serious technique that is currently in the focus of many sports scientists. No, it's definitely not a substitute for “the wall” or individual practice in general, but why should it be? I see it as a training method that supplements and enhances physical training, not as a...
by expert
28 Oct 2004, 01:14
Forum: Expert Football.com
Topic: The future of ExpertFootball.com
Replies: 37
Views: 19401

This is definitely a worthy idea that I have actually been thinking about for a while. Seems like everyone enjoys showing off their fancy skills. The primary concerns I have is that it will be difficult to get the whole thing rolling (people are reluctant to share at first). That is why I am current...
by expert
26 Oct 2004, 05:26
Forum: Expert Football.com
Topic: The future of ExpertFootball.com
Replies: 37
Views: 19401

The future of ExpertFootball.com

Since the past few months, I find less and less time to develop new content so I’m currently seeking a qualified person who could help me out. Meanwhile, in order to make more efficient use of my efforts and resources, I would like to get some feedback as to what you would like to see on ExpertFootb...
by expert
26 Oct 2004, 05:06
Forum: Expert Football.com
Topic: Expert's profile
Replies: 42
Views: 19032

I would have to disagree with you about this. It would look egomaniacal if I posted my own profile next to the likes of Ronaldo and Zidane. It will be more interesting to have a section where young players could post their own specs, pictures and bios.
by expert
20 Sep 2004, 05:37
Forum: Community
Topic: Welcome
Replies: 10
Views: 7054

Welcome to the Expert Football forum! It’s great to see a youngster who has decided to take individual training to the next level. Yes, you can (and should) design your training routine to develop all of your skills. The three primary areas you can touch upon are ball control, kicking and dribbling....
by expert
20 Sep 2004, 04:58
Forum: Community
Topic: Preparing for semi-pro tryout
Replies: 21
Views: 11035

Welcome to the Expert Football forum! I wish you best of luck with your upcoming tryout. What are you working on in order to prepare for it? That is a great link by the way. It's very interesting to see what you kids are up to. You also got me thinking: I should really expand my site with more trick...
by expert
15 Sep 2004, 03:56
Forum: Community
Topic: Welcome
Replies: 10
Views: 7054

Welcome

I’ve decided to post the first topic in the forum in order to get things cracking. I am the co-webmaster of this web site and author of nearly all the content (including the Q&A.) My experience as a player involves competing at a wide variety of levels including collegiate leagues, the USL and other...
by expert
15 Sep 2004, 03:16
Forum: Players
Topic: Freddy Adu, future superstar or marketing puppet?
Replies: 44
Views: 21313

Freddy Adu, future superstar or marketing puppet?

Freddy Adu was born on June 02, 1989 in Tema, Ghana. He moved to the United States along with his family when he was eight (1997) and became an American citizen in 2003. Adu joined the US U-17 residency program in Bradenton, FL in January of 2002. At 13 years of age he finished second on the team in...