okay so...great post, great post. we all agree so no need to say it more, let's talk shop.
I did all the self evaluation and found my strengths and weaknesses and i have come to the conclusion that I suck, first off, and secondly to get better there is no time for breaks. I mean I worked it all out and there is honestly no time for any breaks other than low intesity workouts. I feel like I'm behind and breaks will just slow me down. And if i was to take a break day would i stop juggling, boxing and toe touching on those days? Should i do those three things everyday?
My other group of questions are about dribbling. I play right back so i don't really need to dribble so much but I have longed to play mid for so long and the only three things holding me back are endurance, dribbling, and confidence. I can do the endurance part, and i think that dribbling will help my confidence issues. So...how much time should i spend on dribbling? I have it worked out so i work on the different sub catagories of passing (for example) for 1-2 hrs for one day, then i repeat that week.
So...Monday= accuracy tuesday=power...etc. then i repeat that for a second time. Does it make sense to do that? I was also wondering if I should take like 5 weeks just to work on dribbling because i suck and am a slow learner, i guess...might just be the lack of confidence, either way i'm not as quick (learning) as i'd like to be. Plus, there are soooo many moves to master when should i practice them all?
I guess my biggest question is that if you are only supposed to work on one thing at a time, how much time should that one thing take to get down into the 'auto pilot' part of me? Like hrs, days? And I need a lot of improvement by my standards so how does focusing on one skill at a time help when i need all around improvement asap (I am willing to put in the time and hard work, i'm very un american
Please don't say that I should take as long as I need on these skills because if left that open for me I'd never stop working on that one thing until i was the best at it...which is good and bad (i'm a perfectionist, kinda).
Also my touch is probably the thing i find most hindering but playing right back i think passing should be more of a priority, maybe not, i don't know. But I'm not that good at juggling so like when my friends got the footstall in like 2 days it's taken me more that 6 monthes and it's still not that consistant and only with right foot. So should i juggle all the time on top of everything else?
Damn that was a lot to type...geez.
and yes, I do greatly apreciate the post.