TEAM  TACTICS

Attacking Principles   - If possible, as soon as the ball is won, a team should stretch out side-to-side as quickly as possible,making sure the players can see everything ...

Defending  1v1   - If the defender can get the attacker to turn his back, then has won that battle. There are two schools of thought on how to deal with an attacker that  ...

Flat Back Four   -  The  supporting  position on the ball  should be the first priority. The defender  must  be positioned  to take over as the first defender if the ...

Evaluation of Players   - These are things such as: how to play without the ball; when to dribble as opposed to passing or shooting; how, when and where to  ...
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          LEARN THE SKILLS

Ball Control - Being able to trap the ball from different situations regardless of enemy pressure. Being comfortable with bringing the ball under your possession ...

Turning Fakes   - Start by dribbling the ball forward and plant your left foot near the ball as your right leg "winds-up" for a big kick or shot. Instead of shooting however ...

Sharp Shooting   - No matter how  hard a team works, if they can't  shoot straight, that work will go to waste. Shooting produces about  three-quarters  of  all goals ...

Fakes to beat the Opponent   - If you can't get the defenders to lean the wrong way  (by making them think you are actually going somewhere with the stepover) ...
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          FITNESS

Acceleration   - During the earliest parts of acceleration, especially the first two steps, you are trying to overcome (inertia) the weight of your body by moving it  ...

Ab / Core Training   -  Basically if your trunk is weak you will be wasting energy, be slower and less powerful in your movements. Not what you want if your looking to ...

Dynamic Stretching  - Dynamic movements are the best way to prepare your body for dynamic workouts.  Contrary to old beliefs, the best time to work on static flexibility ...

Speed Endurance   - When athletes get tired, they have a tendency to revert back to what is easy for them, which is usually poor form and technique. Therefore when ...
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          NUTRITIONS

Carbohydrates   - Without  enough  carbohydrates, your  body  will  become  fatigued  and  hinder  performance.  About 60% of your calories should come from ...

Fluids   - Water is an important nutrient for athletes. Water  makes  up  60  percent  of your total body weight and  70  percent of your muscles. Without  enough  water, you ...

Nutrition Plan   - The foods that you eat before physical activity should contain an energy intake that is high in carbohydrates, low in fat, adequate in protein and ...

Proteins   - Consuming more protein than your body can utilize can result in an increase in fat storage. Your liver virtually converts the excess protein into fat ...
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          SPORTS INJURIES

Blisters   - A highly effective but short term measure is cover the foot and effected area in petroleum jelly. This should provide instant relief from pain but as the heat  ...

Cramp   - A bout of severe leg cramp may cause damage to the muscle. Fibres of the muscle may be torn due to the shear strength of the muscle contraction ...

Sprained Ankle   - The most common damage done in an sprained ankle is to the talo-fibula ligament . If the sprained ankle is worse you might also damage the ...

Hamstring Contusion   - This type of hamstring injury is very common in contact sports. An impact to the muscles can cause more damage than might be expected ...
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