Coordination in Soccer: A New Road for Successful Coaching
Coordination is very important aspect in development of soccer players at all levels of the game. In this fascinating book the young Polish Coach Pawel Guziejko provides new methods and detailed information for successful coordination training. This book provides not only new combinations of games with and without the ball but also describe all aspects of coordination processes such as balance, speed reaction, differentiation, orientation, feedback, sensing of rhythm adaptation and re-positioning. This book is for coaches as well as for players who are not only looking for drills to improve their game, but also more knowledge about current and future coordination training in soccer.
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