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Crossing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
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Defending Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Defending Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Defending Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
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Heading Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
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Dribbling Drills (9-11yrs)
Dribbling Drills (15-Adlt)
Dribbling Drills (12-15yrs)
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Moves Drills (9-11yrs)
Moves Drills (12-15yrs)
Moves Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
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Keeping Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
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Soccer Workout

Soccer workout routines for fitness and skill drills are the backbone of every soccer player (youth to professional). Simply, without good fitness levels an soccer conditioning will effect your performance on the field. A good fitness and soccer workout routine will improve your performances and also protect you from injuries.

Soccer Fitness training is also crucial if you want to develop as soccer player. Only players that are in good physical shape can expect to perform better. Conditioning your body is essential for high level play. There are two ways that fitness is measured in soccer; aerobic and anaerobic. This pre-made soccer workout is great for both youth players to professional.
If you want to become a faster, stronger and fitter soccer player we recommend you to check out The Personal Soccer Fitness and Skill training Manual. This is a book contrains all the personal fitness and skill training drills you need to become a top level player. It includes illustrations, examples and tips on how to work on your fitness and skill for maximum results. It contains 72 unique soccer workouts (soccer fitness workouts and soccer skill workouts. Available in e-book and regular book format.

If you are serious with your soccer career or have ambitions to play professional or simply improve your play this training workout guide is a must. Click here to find out more.


As a soccer player you will need a combination of aerobic and anaerobic soccer fitness. This includes both at the youth soccer level and at the pro level. Different positions require different soccer fitness profiles. some positions will require higher levels of anaerobic while others will need more aerobic fitness.

If you are a midfielder you are supposed to cover a lot of field during a regular soccer match. You need therefore a good aerobic engine. Forwards and strikers will need to sprint fast and will need therefore more anaerobic fitness.

Your muscle power and fortitude will not only depend on your soccer fitness training. Proper soccer nutrition is also very important if you want to perform maximum. My experience is that good fitness shape directly means better performance.

"I often get requests for training programs for individual players, or simply players wanting to put more time into their own training programs to become professionals, train for college or university, make ODP teams (in the US), etc. This guide was written with the goal of giving the player the expert advice of a personal fitness trainer, without the trainer. This is not a theory book, it contains real drills and activities!"

 

 

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