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  •  6  1  10 hours ago

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  • “Let them sleep while you grind. Let them party while you work. The difference will show.” 👊 #powrfootball
(📽📸: @iamthe10futbol @xellequinn )
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  • “Let them sleep while you grind. Let them party while you work. The difference will show.” 👊 #powrfootball
    (📽📸: @iamthe10futbol @xellequinn )
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  •  115  3  10 hours ago
  • Another superb exercise from @beesterasoccertraining perfect for sharpening the basics during your warm up 🔥⚽️
Even in this short exercise, you’re involving multiple components of the game. One and two touch passing with both feet, fast footwork, scanning the shoulder, checking into space and directional first touch ✔️
  • Another superb exercise from @beesterasoccertraining perfect for sharpening the basics during your warm up 🔥⚽️
    Even in this short exercise, you’re involving multiple components of the game. One and two touch passing with both feet, fast footwork, scanning the shoulder, checking into space and directional first touch ✔️
  •  114  10  10 hours ago
  • Just want to thank these 2 lads for their contribution to my quest to nutmeg every single player on the planet 🙏🌎 Good to get some rust out on the pitch last night in our first preseason friendly ⚽️
  • Just want to thank these 2 lads for their contribution to my quest to nutmeg every single player on the planet 🙏🌎 Good to get some rust out on the pitch last night in our first preseason friendly ⚽️
  •  611  36  10 hours ago
  • Here are some things that will help you play right back in football more effectively! Be sure to tag a right back you know so they can see it!
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💥 The modern day right back is asked to get involved in the attack, but let's not forget that it's a defensive position first and that your priority should be to defend! Yes, get involved in the attack when it makes sense, but make sure you are defensively sound!
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📋 Every defensive position needs good discipline from the player! The main one I want to cover is positional discipline. This is half the battle when it comes to defending. If you're always in the right position, you'll be hard to beat.
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🏃‍♂️ Another important defensive role is to make sure you are covering your center backs when they get drawn out. Especially on breaks when you are caught up field, one of your center backs may have to go defend a player out wide in your position. If that's the case, don't run back to your original position! Be sure to cover his for this play in order to plug up that space.
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⚡ Okay, so now onto some of the more fun stuff! Yes, your first priority is to defend, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't attack! The modern day right back is actually encouraged to and you can see many examples of RB and LB players who have exceptional dribbling, crossing, passing, and shooting ability!  Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool considers Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander Arnold two of his most important players because a lot of attacks start out wide with them.
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⚽️ Learn how to cross and have good distribution! You can help your team out tremendously with great distribution in this position. Whether that means being able to switch play effectively, play it accurately into your forwards feet, or whip in a dangerous cross. I definitely want to emphasize crossing. There is nothing more frustrating than a wide player who has poor crossing ability!
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  • Here are some things that will help you play right back in football more effectively! Be sure to tag a right back you know so they can see it!
    -
    💥 The modern day right back is asked to get involved in the attack, but let's not forget that it's a defensive position first and that your priority should be to defend! Yes, get involved in the attack when it makes sense, but make sure you are defensively sound!
    -
    📋 Every defensive position needs good discipline from the player! The main one I want to cover is positional discipline. This is half the battle when it comes to defending. If you're always in the right position, you'll be hard to beat.
    -
    🏃‍♂️ Another important defensive role is to make sure you are covering your center backs when they get drawn out. Especially on breaks when you are caught up field, one of your center backs may have to go defend a player out wide in your position. If that's the case, don't run back to your original position! Be sure to cover his for this play in order to plug up that space.
    -
    ⚡ Okay, so now onto some of the more fun stuff! Yes, your first priority is to defend, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't attack! The modern day right back is actually encouraged to and you can see many examples of RB and LB players who have exceptional dribbling, crossing, passing, and shooting ability!  Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool considers Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander Arnold two of his most important players because a lot of attacks start out wide with them.
    -
    ⚽️ Learn how to cross and have good distribution! You can help your team out tremendously with great distribution in this position. Whether that means being able to switch play effectively, play it accurately into your forwards feet, or whip in a dangerous cross. I definitely want to emphasize crossing. There is nothing more frustrating than a wide player who has poor crossing ability!
    -
    Follow ➡️ @simplysoccerpro
    YouTube - SimplySoccer (will show in search)
    Check out simply soccer academy (link in bio)
    ⚫️ Free courses! 🎓
    🔴 Articles to help you improve! 📝
    🔵 Join a community of motivated footballers!
    -
    DM me for questions, discounts, and more
  •  1,805  19  11 hours ago
  • Train With Shane
#Coach | #Fighter | #UnderDog

Coach is a little rusty and needed some wrk, thankful for @shanefazen staying consistently consistent. 🥊
Plan, wrk, rep, build, repeat. www Yeaaaaaa
#HappyTuesday
  • Train With Shane
    #Coach | #Fighter | #UnderDog

    Coach is a little rusty and needed some wrk, thankful for @shanefazen staying consistently consistent. 🥊
    Plan, wrk, rep, build, repeat. www Yeaaaaaa
    #HappyTuesday
  •  371  14  11 hours ago
  • Combating Colour Vision Deficiency Within Football

A recent piece from The FA has created positive awareness and conversation around the issues that some players face in having colour vision deficiency and the many scenarios where a coach may not know/ ever know if a player in their team suffers from this. As a coach, how would you ensure that players who may suffer from having colour vision deficiency are still able to recognise and understand their surroundings at the same rate as those who don’t? Comment Below.

To See More 👇🏻
Follow @daily_coaching 
Visit www.dailycoaching.co.uk
  • Combating Colour Vision Deficiency Within Football

    A recent piece from The FA has created positive awareness and conversation around the issues that some players face in having colour vision deficiency and the many scenarios where a coach may not know/ ever know if a player in their team suffers from this. As a coach, how would you ensure that players who may suffer from having colour vision deficiency are still able to recognise and understand their surroundings at the same rate as those who don’t? Comment Below.

    To See More 👇🏻
    Follow @daily_coaching
    Visit www.dailycoaching.co.uk
  •  18  2  11 hours ago
  • Looking forward to seeing all of our players back tomorrow at Christ's College, Finchley and Friday at Aylward Academy, Edmonton ⚽
  • Looking forward to seeing all of our players back tomorrow at Christ's College, Finchley and Friday at Aylward Academy, Edmonton ⚽
  •  14  4  11 hours ago
  • Horrible Football Fouls!😱😰
📲 Follow @skill9z for more
🎥 @footynice
  • Horrible Football Fouls!😱😰
    📲 Follow @skill9z for more
    🎥 @footynice
  •  129  21  12 hours ago
  • Coaches feedback form for tomorrow, also will set an aim/challenge for the player to work on after the session. Never underestimate what achieving something can do for a players self confidence #coaching #football #footballtraining
  • Coaches feedback form for tomorrow, also will set an aim/challenge for the player to work on after the session. Never underestimate what achieving something can do for a players self confidence #coaching #football #footballtraining
  •  6  0  12 hours ago
  • 🏆 I really love the art of defending...it requires 100% team work and team success in order to keep that sheet clean
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🤷🏽‍♂️ Yes, you might think it's easy to defend, but I'm here to tell you that it's way more complex than you think it is, especially as you're going up the levels. That's when you realise that milliseconds matter, footsteps matter, getting your head up matters and the list goes on...
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✔ So here's a checklist of what a CB needs to do
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📌 Master the defensive stance; this will be the base of your defending in pretty much any game situation. Lower your centre of gravity, stay on your toes ready to change direction and stay laser focused
📌 Minimize tackles; if you do your job properly (as a unit), you'll notice that you won't need to make tackles so often
📌 Ball distribution on fleek; as a CB you have to start the attack. Recognise the target player to pass the ball and be accurate. Your passing stats should be high
📌 Communication & awareness; always stay in tact with the whole team. Verbal stimuli can drastically increase your awareness. Apart from that, you also need to get your head up and scan all the time. Know what's going on around you (opponents, defensive line, runs etc.)
📌 Compact unit; stay compact as a unit. Don't miss your positioning or else the whole defence will be left with minus 1 player. Compact defender are hard to brake as you'll block most (if not all) of the passing lanes available
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⤵️ Rate your performance as a CB in the last match you had!👌
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#footxfit #soccer #football #soccertraining #footballtraining #soccerplayer #footballplayer #soccercoach #footballcoach #soccerdrill #footballdrill #soccertips #footballtips #soccerpro #footballpro #pro #soccerlife #footballlife #fitness #fit #motivation #athlete #footballathlete #soccerathlete
  • 🏆 I really love the art of defending...it requires 100% team work and team success in order to keep that sheet clean

    🤷🏽‍♂️ Yes, you might think it's easy to defend, but I'm here to tell you that it's way more complex than you think it is, especially as you're going up the levels. That's when you realise that milliseconds matter, footsteps matter, getting your head up matters and the list goes on...

    ✔ So here's a checklist of what a CB needs to do

    📌 Master the defensive stance; this will be the base of your defending in pretty much any game situation. Lower your centre of gravity, stay on your toes ready to change direction and stay laser focused
    📌 Minimize tackles; if you do your job properly (as a unit), you'll notice that you won't need to make tackles so often
    📌 Ball distribution on fleek; as a CB you have to start the attack. Recognise the target player to pass the ball and be accurate. Your passing stats should be high
    📌 Communication & awareness; always stay in tact with the whole team. Verbal stimuli can drastically increase your awareness. Apart from that, you also need to get your head up and scan all the time. Know what's going on around you (opponents, defensive line, runs etc.)
    📌 Compact unit; stay compact as a unit. Don't miss your positioning or else the whole defence will be left with minus 1 player. Compact defender are hard to brake as you'll block most (if not all) of the passing lanes available

    ⤵️ Rate your performance as a CB in the last match you had!👌



    #footxfit #soccer #football #soccertraining #footballtraining #soccerplayer #footballplayer #soccercoach #footballcoach #soccerdrill #footballdrill #soccertips #footballtips #soccerpro #footballpro #pro #soccerlife #footballlife #fitness #fit #motivation #athlete #footballathlete #soccerathlete
  •  1,799  20  12 hours ago
  • Session form ready for tomorrow evenings session ,important to get feedback from your players in my opinion to help with your own development as well as the sessions you run 
#coaching #football #footballtraining
  • Session form ready for tomorrow evenings session ,important to get feedback from your players in my opinion to help with your own development as well as the sessions you run
    #coaching #football #footballtraining
  •  6  1  12 hours ago
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  •  92  2  12 hours ago
  • A frequently asked question I get is how to train IN-SEASON.  Here's an example of an in-season training session. 
We're still hitting explosive power with the Olympic lift variation (DB Snatch), the plyometrics (Squat Jumps), and Trap Bar Deadlifts. 
The compound movement features Front Squat hitting the quads, glutes, and hamstrings all while working Thoracic Extension (upper back/posture).
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The accessories were inverted chins ups and leg curls in which the goal is to maintain the muscle mass the was built in the off-season and pre-season.
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If you know anything about me or my page, you know I am the biggest advocate of flexibility and mobility which of course is programmed in.
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If you're looking for a affordable training program that lays everything out there for you similar to how I ran a 4.2 - weight lifting, sprinting, stretching, mobility, and drills - DM me and I'll coach you through it.
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Song: Forgot About Dre (Instrumental)
I do not own the rights to this song.
  • A frequently asked question I get is how to train IN-SEASON. Here's an example of an in-season training session.
    We're still hitting explosive power with the Olympic lift variation (DB Snatch), the plyometrics (Squat Jumps), and Trap Bar Deadlifts.
    The compound movement features Front Squat hitting the quads, glutes, and hamstrings all while working Thoracic Extension (upper back/posture).
    .
    The accessories were inverted chins ups and leg curls in which the goal is to maintain the muscle mass the was built in the off-season and pre-season.
    .
    If you know anything about me or my page, you know I am the biggest advocate of flexibility and mobility which of course is programmed in.
    .
    If you're looking for a affordable training program that lays everything out there for you similar to how I ran a 4.2 - weight lifting, sprinting, stretching, mobility, and drills - DM me and I'll coach you through it.
    .
    Song: Forgot About Dre (Instrumental)
    I do not own the rights to this song.
  •  57  2  12 hours ago
  • *CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS WEEK’S TECHNIQUE TUESDAY WINNER!!**
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1. Pre Pass Position ✅.
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- The Good.
This quarterback is doing a good job of staying relaxed in his upper body with his eyes downfield. We like how the elbows are down and the ball is loaded back on the right chest. .
- Room For Improvement 
We would like to see his feet wider and the weight loaded on the back foot. You can see that his loading strategy is to side bend through the trunk instead of load the back hip. Ideally, the hips and shoulders should be parallel to each other.
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2. Loading/Cocking Phase ✅.
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- The Good.
This quarterback does a good job of opening his hip to the target so he can sequence well when throwing to his target. We also like where the ball is being loaded back. There is full tension through all of the static and dynamic support of the shoulder girdle.
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- Room For Improvement.
The narrow base has led to a little bit of over striding here. The trunk position is reclined a bit which is going to make it tough when he tries to accelerate under high velocity. The plant leg is fully externally rotated as of right now. It’s doubtful that he will be able to produce power in his glutes through hip internal rotation and hip extension when he accelerated in the next phase.
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3. Acceleration Phase ✅.
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- The Good.
Even though he starts out over striding, he’s able to get back to a decent position in the acceleration phase. At release point, the ball is released in front of the body with the hand leading, the back hip is fully rotated, the rib cage is down for the most part, and the hips and shoulders are parallel to each other. This is nicely done! Based on what was stated previously, I’d like to see what this looks like when he takes a drop though. Any type of movement before the throw will challenge the position greatly. (Continued in comments 👇👇)
  • *CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS WEEK’S TECHNIQUE TUESDAY WINNER!!**
    .
    1. Pre Pass Position ✅.
    .
    - The Good.
    This quarterback is doing a good job of staying relaxed in his upper body with his eyes downfield. We like how the elbows are down and the ball is loaded back on the right chest. .
    - Room For Improvement
    We would like to see his feet wider and the weight loaded on the back foot. You can see that his loading strategy is to side bend through the trunk instead of load the back hip. Ideally, the hips and shoulders should be parallel to each other.
    .
    2. Loading/Cocking Phase ✅.
    .
    - The Good.
    This quarterback does a good job of opening his hip to the target so he can sequence well when throwing to his target. We also like where the ball is being loaded back. There is full tension through all of the static and dynamic support of the shoulder girdle.
    .
    - Room For Improvement.
    The narrow base has led to a little bit of over striding here. The trunk position is reclined a bit which is going to make it tough when he tries to accelerate under high velocity. The plant leg is fully externally rotated as of right now. It’s doubtful that he will be able to produce power in his glutes through hip internal rotation and hip extension when he accelerated in the next phase.
    .
    3. Acceleration Phase ✅.
    .
    - The Good.
    Even though he starts out over striding, he’s able to get back to a decent position in the acceleration phase. At release point, the ball is released in front of the body with the hand leading, the back hip is fully rotated, the rib cage is down for the most part, and the hips and shoulders are parallel to each other. This is nicely done! Based on what was stated previously, I’d like to see what this looks like when he takes a drop though. Any type of movement before the throw will challenge the position greatly. (Continued in comments 👇👇)
  •  78  2  12 hours ago