How to improve agility for goalie??

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undead_87
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Any tips???

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First site stumbled

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Genuine video to watch. Even I have his video.

Whatever U do, do not watch Disney's videos involving football. They make me sick. Keepers diving the wrong way when the hero/heroine shoots/volleys the ball. What kind of goalkeeping is that??!!

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lol, disney movies suck balls.
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undead_87 wrote:Any tips???
never tried this but grab a tennis ball and throw it off a wall and try and catch it. It should help if u throw hard enough

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Go out on the pitch with your friend and take a few balls. then when you make a save run bakck into the net as he shoots the next ball. improving your reflxses and agility!!

What do you think ? :)

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HJK wrote:
undead_87 wrote:Any tips???
never tried this but grab a tennis ball and throw it off a wall and try and catch it. It should help if u throw hard enough
I do it for my ice-hockey and floorball trainings.
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fir_nev wrote:
HJK wrote:
undead_87 wrote:Any tips???
never tried this but grab a tennis ball and throw it off a wall and try and catch it. It should help if u throw hard enough
I do it for my ice-hockey and floorball trainings.
well i figured if someone could catch a fast moving tennis than they could catch a fast moving soccer ball

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But U see, that's only reflex training.

Hockey and floorball goal cages are small. Goal post is big...

I never dived a meter off the ground before but Schmeichel did it with ease.
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This is what I'm doing where ankle & wrist weights and then just have someone kick a few balls at you it should improve your jump and your reflxses and agility
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Oh and try to block them don't just sit there and get hit :roll:
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Save the .wmv files into Ur local drive (C)

Lehmann, Toldo and Buffon training

See how Buffon trains.
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I have absolutely no idea but focus on changing direction (i think.) A good exercise for this is placing cones a couple yards apart in a U. Stand in the middle and have a partner point at a cone. Sprint to the cone, touch the edge with your foot and go back to the middle doing stationary high knees. Continue this exercise till you've had a good workout.

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