Self Program Level 2

8. Spatial awareness

To improve spatial awareness make use of rhythm and external cues (highest scientific relevance during learning). Kick the ball forwards with the inside of your right and left foot at the correct moment between the 2 cones. Check continuously the straight pathway of the ball close to the ground. After the kick put your kicking foot always in parallel with your standing foot.

9. Spatial awareness and sideward kick at the right moment

Train while using changing sequencing performances. Kick the ball sidewards with the inside and outside of your feet at the correct moment between the 2 cones. Check continuously the straight pathway of the ball close to the ground. After the kick put your kicking foot always in parallel with your standing foot.

10. Control your kicking strenght and direction

Check your body position by way of cues and make sure you divide your performances equally to the left and right side of your body (preserving the correct pelvis position). Kick the ball forwards with the inside and the outside of both feet without touching the slat on the cones. The movement of the ball needs to be in parallel with the ground to obtain the correct touch. Pull on the handle to master the rhythm.

11. Improve your kicking accuracy

Check your body position by way of cues and make sure you divide your performances equally to the left and right side of your body (preserving the correct pelvis position). Kick the ball forwards with the inside and the outside of both feet between the opening created by the 2 slats. Hold your dynamic position through stepping on you forefeet. Keep up your concentration and mind the fast changing positions of your feet and the rhythm.

12. Higher accuracy when few passing space

Using cues (cones) to vary difficulty level of performances. Kick the ball 5 times forwards and sidewards with the inside of both feet between the cones. Concentrate on the changing distances between the 2 cones. Always find the correct starting position to kick the ball so that your brain trains space mapping.

13. Kicking precisely with the inside and outside of both feet

To improve spatial awareness make use of rhythm and external cues (highest scientific relevance during learning). Kick the ball forwards with the inside and the outside of both feet between the cones. Change your position towards the cones through small lateral steps and controlled sideward kicks with the inside and the outside of both feet. Always concentrate on the correct starting position to guarantee your brain trains space mapping correctly.

14. Controlling the ball with the outside of the foot

Master through rhythm your timing and reaction times. Kick the ball forwards with the inside of your foot and then control the ball correctly with the outside of the same foot. Get the speed out of the ball through a small backward movement of your control foot when the ball touches your foot.

 

15. Dynamic passing with inside and outside foot

No wild and aggressive kicking losing balance.

Kick the ball forwards with the outside of your foot and then control the ball correctly with the inside of the same foot.

Get the speed out of the ball through a small backward movement of your control foot when the ball touches your foot.

Kick the ball forwards with the inside of your foot and control the ball with the straight forefoot of the other foot.

Mind the continuous changing of the feet and respect the rhythm of the performance.

16. Reduce the perception on the ball

No wild and aggressive kicking losing balance. Kick the ball diagonally from left to right and inverse with the inside and the outside of your feet. Mind your body changes continuously its kicking angle to be sure your perception angle also changes. Learn to play the ball with the back foot.

17. Kick and control from different perception angles

Continuous combining feet and hands in cross pattern movements. Kick the ball with the inside of your feet in a circular pathway around your body. Concentrate on changing hands behind your back and on the ball arriving in front of your body to play it into the correct position. Learn to perform correctly if the perception of the ball is reduced.

18. Keep control over your body using feints

Check your body position by way of cues and make sure you divide your performances equally to the left and right side of your body (preserving the correct pelvis position). Kick the ball in a crossed way behind your standing foot to train the general mobility of your feet and to improve body balance.

19. Keep in balance while feinting

Master through rhythm your timing and reaction times. Integrate the position of the ball correctly in relation with your body while preparing a dribble with a feint. Master your body movements around the ball (inhibition) and speed up passing using the outside of your foot.

 20. Kick the ball forwards behind your standing foot after a feint

Train while using changing sequencing performances. Stay in balance while quick diagonal moving next to the ball. Bring in some surprise and creativity by way of a forward kick of the ball behind your standing foot. Mind the fast combination of short movements.

 

21. Fluently kicking back a ball coming out of the air

Start controlling the rhythm by the kicks with the inside of your left and right foot. Feel the balance on the forefeet. Change the pathway of the ball by leading the ball to the inside of your left or right foot behind your standing foot. Kick the ball 4 times from behind your standing foot. Move your hand in front of your belly close to the belly button. Change after 4 times from kicking the ball in front of your body to kicking the ball behind your standing foot. Go with your foot to the ball. Feel the touch and avoid putting too much power. Go on changing the kicking pathways.

 

22. Predict correctly when the ball comes back in your perceptional field

Kick the ball forward-backward with the inside and outside of both feet. Swing the cord diagonally and straight from one side of the body to the other. Keep on moving on your feet and turn your feet according to the body movements to feel the correct touch. Concentrate on the continuous changes from left to right and inverse. Stay in balance and in the rhythm. Mind the coordination between your hands and feet and don't go out of the rhythm.

23. Fast kicks with the instep

Fast lateral moving on the feet. Kick the ball with the instep from left to right and inverse in front of your body. Move continuously on your toes and concentrate on the ball. Keep the hand holding the handle in the same position in front of your belly and look for balance holding the free arm in a bent position. Go with your foot to the ball and stretch out your foot before touching the ball. Concentrate continuously on the kicking and rhythm.

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