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Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
Viduka
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Lol, I got a question.. usually when playing in my house I dribble the ball. When practicing shooting do you guys use no shoes and just socks? And wouldnt this be not as effective as going outside using shoes?
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Francis

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without shoes you can feel the ball better and get under it better, so your shots are stronger and more accurate. Playing with shoes, its harder to get under the ball. Thats why you plant your foot closer to the ball, to get under it. Anyway, playing with socks is fine but playing without socks gives more of a good feel. this differs from playing with shoes because without shoes its somewhat harder to shoot.

Soccer4Life
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Post rated 5 stars, as I think that this will help a lot of people, especially now that it is winter.

Mattsta
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Winter? O wait sorry guyz i forgot australia is in summer america winter (or going to be in winter soon). LOLZ nvm :?
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Yes, watch out for that freezing cold Australian winter Mattsa! :lol:
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Mattsta
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Yes, watch out for that freezing cold Australian winter Mattsa!
Lol, compared to america/england/canada our winter is nothing. U guys get snow and really cold weather and we only get a bit cold weather and like lol no snow (besides 1 year, but that isn't about to happen again anytime soon at all).
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gunnerz23
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Mattsta we get a sh**load of snow ever year in certain places....well Victoria does anyway.
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Howard
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It doesn't snow here, and it seldom rains. But the guide is still good if my parents don't let me go out.

Mattsta
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Mattsta we get a sh**load of snow ever year in certain places....well Victoria does anyway.
1) gunnerz we don't get it very deep at all

2) it's mainly in the mountains and not in the cities where we all live- maybe vic is different to the NSW region donno
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BosnianNedim
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I saw this guide coming...I seriously did :shock:

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BosnianNedim wrote:I saw this guide coming...I seriously did :shock:
Haha, me too mate. That is why I made it :lol:

deathstar
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this works awesome

Real_Zidane
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Lol, I never saw this but i'm glad I finally did.
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Dakota08
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Im gonna use this.. :D
But I bet it makes some noise.

gnarlyjim
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Dakota08 wrote:Im gonna use this.. :D
But I bet it makes some noise.
Personally, it hasn't made much noise at all. It might be different from house to house, but if you stack up enough pillows it really eliminates the sound! :D
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