How long to train to become pro

Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
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Niketike
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How long do you have to train to become a pro.

P.S Hours please
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Chileno
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Niketike wrote:How long do you have to train to become a pro.

P.S Hours please
6 hrs to 8 hrs a day

sOcCeRKiD11
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for the whole year...like everyday of ur childhood..

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P.S Hours please[/quote]
6 hrs to 8 hrs a day[/quote]

no, not really, a few hours a day. It all depends on how efficent your routine is. You can be going to the soccer field to practice shooting for 6 hrs, and you'll prob spend 3 chasing the ball. If you went to a racquetball court for instance, you'd get many more touches in a 2 hr training session.

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I play games in racquetball courts, so fast and affective.
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sOcCeRKiD11
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very true....but is there a different between kick on the surface cement and on the grass???

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This is a question were no one can answer on, if you are talented then you don't have to train every day (if youre not, then you have to train more then someone who does have talent). It also depends of the level you mean, if you mean the primera division of spain then you ofcourse have to train more (or have more talent) then if you want to play in the highest division of Belgium !

sOcCeRKiD11
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where to u get the talents...is it sumtihng ur born with..???

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No one is born with skills, not even the greatest legends. You have learn and practice but some people learns fast then others but it isn't in the genes.
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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ur born with instinct...
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sOcCeRKiD11 wrote:where to u get the talents...is it sumtihng ur born with..???
Yeah, it is true that if you have never hitted a ball in your life but you do have talent then you would surely still suck in soccer. But a player with talent will learn faster then someone who don't (ofcourse I don't say the player with talent will be a bether player, cause if someone with less talent works harder then he will get more skills maybe) ...

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i would have to say dedicating most of your time to soccer.
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I couldn't say better
The rules of soccer are very simple, basically it is this: if it moves, kick it. If it doesn’t move, kick it until it does.

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I dedicate every spare time i have to soccer in some way. Yeah, you're right, i drive my parents crazy
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