Individual soccer drills are essential in every soccer players development.
Many players lack structure and motivation to write down the training session for themselves. I decided to challenge myself to do workouts in my small office space at home using the 6x3 exercise mat.
My home soccer workouts incorporate different individual soccer drills.
Training always starts with stretches for the lower back, stretching quads, hamstrings, and calves.
Stretching is mandatory and takes 5 - 10 minutes of my time to loosen up before starting the home soccer training session.
Individual soccer drills are structured in high-intensity tempo, doing different soccer training exercises with and without the soccer ball.
This soccer training program will add 100’s of touches, quick footwork, stronger core, and overall confidence on the field.
REPEAT ALL OF THE INDIVIDUAL SOCCER DRILLS TWICE FOR MORE INTENSE SOCCER WORKOUT!
My home workout times are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 615pm Mountain Time. What will your soccer workout time be?
When I was a kid, my soccer time was all the time—parking lots, roads, buildings, garages, backyards, and any space I could find to kick and play with the ball. Some of the most fun memories include goals made out of rocks.
Set your time and commit to it!
Skills take time and repetition.
Repeat simple skills until they become second nature.
Bruce Lee quote I love.
“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.”
Tuesday Soccer Training Workout is focusing on getting lots of touches with the soccer ball and finishing with Core Strengthening Exercises.
Thursday Soccer Training at Home started expanding with the addition of Running Skip to bring the heart rate up for individual soccer drills with the ball.
Now that you have a training session plan and structure, it is up to you how you decide to act on it.
Every great success happens by working hard one day at a time.