At juggling icy, My record is 306 juggles, but i feel i can do more. i can do basic tricks such as ATW, footstall (who can't), neckstall, pancake. I have good control when i am jugglng as i can juggle consistently with the ball only rising inches above my feet. yea i know the drills are boring but hopefully they will help me improve.
If you can get 306 there is no doubt you can go to "infinity". It's really a matter of just not getting bored out of your mind rather than "skill" past 100 (in my opinion). You say you have good control at keeping it a few inches from your foot. Have you tried to kick it as high as you can (under control) while juggling and the next touch try to have it only rise as high as you would if you kept it low?
hey also what are corever drills?
I'm going to take the easy way and post a link, http://www.griffinsoccer.org/coeverdrills.pdf
, but I'm working on a project to show videos for all sorts of things (including coerver drills). If this doesn't make sense I'll definitely get ahold of you when it's near finished.
yea there is an oval i go to usually once a week, i jog there for fitness, and back, with a backpack on with all my gear. the oval has a wall, but is a hassel to get to because it is very hilly way there. and is a suberb over.
Oh man, trust me I feel for you on having to travel a distance to practice. I have a 30 minute walk if I want to go to the nearest field and about 15 for a wall (and even that's not a great place). It's a pain in the ass no doubt, but some times you have no choice.
As for the routine is that something you do every day? In my opinion you are focusing on way too many different areas in one day. A lot of learning new skills is in your head. For example, when you mess up practicing a single attribute (such as recieving) than you over the course of an hour or two can begin to really feel what is "perfect". I realize this sound stupid, but try it out, for the next few weeks when practicing your shooting technique try this: When you mess up as you jog or walk to the ball in your head think about what you did wrong and then picture yourself correcting it. Really, this helped my technique heaps.
In the area that you've shown corever drills and practicing skills around small objects are really your only choice. You mentioned that you had a mini goal, right? Try doing a trick past an object and then on the next touch of the ball practice accuracy on the net. This doesn't need to be a power shot but more focusing on getting perfect technique and hitting your target.
Edit: I realize that I didn't answer your question directly. In all honestly the limits of what drills you can\should do are in your head. Very few drills I do are an exact drill I read about online (even if they might be something posted online). I figure out what I need to work on and figure out a drill that will work for me. An example would be like that mini goal drill I mentioned above only I set a cone about 18m away and hit that.