Juggling Skills for Indoor Soccer

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Juggling in indoor soccer is easy with these tips, get expert advice on footballing skills, moves, and rules in this free video.

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Video Transcript

In this clip we are going to talk about juggling, and the importance of juggling. Now rarely will you see somebody go from one end of the field to the other saying they are juggling a soccer ball. It really never happens. But what juggling does for you is it improves your touch. A lot of times a ball will come out of the air and if you're able to lift your leg up or your knee or your head and able to give it touch to where then your next touch will be playing it to your feet or passing it. It's very important because you don't have a lot of time to react and a lot of time to mess around with the soccer ball. Defense will be on you really quickly. So what juggling does is it improves your touch. If you just continue to juggle and practice time and time again: touch, touch, touch, touch, that will help come game time where a ball is in the air you are able to touch that ball straight to your foot to where you can make a pass or maybe take a shot. Now like coach, I really like my kids to practice juggling. And what I want you to do is try to set yourself a standard. You know, if you're good at it, you know, try to improve: try to work with different feet, try to incorporate your thighs, your chest, your head. When you can juggle with any part of your body, of course except your arms. But you know, if you're not good and say ten is your record maybe next time tries to get fifteen; try to get twenty. You know, just try to improve and get a better touch with the soccer ball and juggling is going to help you do that every single time.


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