Cordination workout?

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upandcoming
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Cordination workout?

Post by upandcoming » 25 May 2005, 01:56

What are ways to work on your cordination. I deke and show skill well but some times it seems like I loose it because i am lacking cordination. I am 15 and am growing a lot (6 foot, size 12 and a half shoes) but i still want to keep more cordination so i can continue deking and showing skill well with out loosing the ball or getting mixed up because of cordination. It can also trouble you when you are playing defence and leaning into a player or what not because you can trip and fall down more when you are less cordinated even if you are bigger and stronger

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Post by jcdenton » 25 May 2005, 12:15

i've got the same problem....
find a staircase, and go fast 3 steps up, 1 down, until you get to the top...
and over and over again....
this gave me great results, i still do one night practice on the staircase every week, this really helps......

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Post by upandcoming » 25 May 2005, 13:15

thanks, were do you do it and around how many stairs were there that u went up

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Post by jcdenton » 25 May 2005, 14:01

i do it outside, i live 30m from a river, so there are stairs near river (because of flooding).....
there are about 20 steps...

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i have a question

Post by ronaldinho apprenitace » 25 May 2005, 18:22

[color=darkblue][/color]how could you get better i juggling the ball and tricks because i can do tricks in all but i cant get them all te way through[/b]
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johnny114life
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i think

Post by johnny114life » 25 May 2005, 20:50

i think you should try running full speed then suddenly make a quick turn to the left or right then go backwards then sidestep to the left then sidestep to the right and just try differ order of this to get your coordination

hope u get better

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Post by Gunner_d14 » 04 Jun 2005, 01:12

And do some balance work...
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