101 Great Youth Soccer Drills: Skills and Drills for Better Fundamental Play

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 3, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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101 Great Youth Soccer Drills is an exhaustive collection of the very best drills available, providing a solid foundation for you to build your players' skills. Filled with simple step-by-step instructions and diagrams, plus a sample practice program, this encyclopedia of drills provides you with solid skill-building fundamentals as well as the advanced techniques you need to get your players in top form.

 

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Contents

1 Beginning a PracticeWarming Up and Stretching
1
2 Teaching Techniques and Skills
13
3 General Practice Skills and Technique DrillsU6U8
15
4 Passing and Kicking Instruction and Drills
19
5 Trapping and Receiving Instruction and Drills
29
6 Heading Instruction and Drills
33
7 Shooting Instruction and Drills
39
8 Shielding Instruction and Drills
47
12 Volley Instruction and Drills
67
13 Goalkeeping Instruction and Drills
71
14 Offensive and Defensive Drills
79
15 Basic Skills and Individual Technique Drills
91
16 Game Strategy and Drills
93
17 Formations and Drills
101
18 Special Formations and Drills
115
Glossary of Soccer Terms
127

9 Dribbling Instruction and Drills
51
10 Juggling Instruction and Drills
59
11 ThrowIn Instruction and Drills
63
Index
141
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About the author (2005)

Robert Koger coached soccer for more than twenty-five years, both in youth recreation and club programs. He received the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" level Coaching Certificate and served as the league commissioner for several different soccer programs. He lives in Holliday, Texas.

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