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Dynamic Soccer Passing Patterns For Fitness & Technique : Using Mannequins, Hurdles, Sticks, Speed Rings and More
by Marcus Dibernardo




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This book focuses on how to incorporate dynamic exercises into passing patterns for fitness and technique. Today's modern passing patterns often contain a physical element that is intended to build fitness, strength, coordination, quickness or agility. Equipment such as speed rings, miniature hurdles, coaching sticks, medicine balls, balancing foam, exercise balls, mannequins, boxes and speed ladders are all elements you can use to create dynamic exercises. In this book I provide 15 passing patterns from professional and college teams for you to study. These patterns will give you a basic foundation so you can construct your own dynamic passing patterns exercises. The patterns can go to goal or be self-contained. Keep the following in mind when teaching a passing pattern: pass with the inside of the foot and control with the inside of the foot, play to the proper foot of the receiving player, be sure body position is correct for receiving and passing, pop-off the mannequin or cone to receive the ball at the correct time "coordinated timed movement with the passer", be sure to have eye contact with player receiving the ball before passing (don't just pass the ball to pass it if the receiving player is not ready), play firm quality balls to feet and keep the rhythm and tempo of the drill quick and realistic. When working the dynamic part of the pattern be fast, powerful and sharp in all movements. Passing patterns can even be used as mini-fitness circuits. Adjust the number of players in the pattern to give more or less rest or more or less time for exercises in-between the passes. Adding physical exercises like push-ups, squats, lunges and much more can easily be done. In this book I concentrated on speed work but feel free to adjust the patterns for the desired physical and technical outcomes. I recommend inside of foot passing and receiving but if you wanted to change the technical emphasis feel free. I would recommend all players be proficient with inside of the foot passing and receiving before adding other passing and receiving techniques. It is helpful to time the patterns in order to make it possible to better measure the total workload of the players. Monitoring workload is very important in terms of the week's periodization training plan. You can easily change the distance of the pattern, the number of players, the dynamic elements and the time trained to reduce or increase the workload. I hope you enjoy the book and get some good use out of the patterns.

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Overview

This book focuses on how to incorporate dynamic exercises into passing patterns for fitness and technique. Today's modern passing patterns often contain a physical element that is intended to build fitness, strength, coordination, quickness or agility. Equipment such as speed rings, miniature hurdles, coaching sticks, medicine balls, balancing foam, exercise balls, mannequins, boxes and speed ladders are all elements you can use to create dynamic exercises. In this book I provide 15 passing patterns from professional and college teams for you to study. These patterns will give you a basic foundation so you can construct your own dynamic passing patterns exercises. The patterns can go to goal or be self-contained. Keep the following in mind when teaching a passing pattern: pass with the inside of the foot and control with the inside of the foot, play to the proper foot of the receiving player, be sure body position is correct for receiving and passing, pop-off the mannequin or cone to receive the ball at the correct time "coordinated timed movement with the passer", be sure to have eye contact with player receiving the ball before passing (don't just pass the ball to pass it if the receiving player is not ready), play firm quality balls to feet and keep the rhythm and tempo of the drill quick and realistic. When working the dynamic part of the pattern be fast, powerful and sharp in all movements. Passing patterns can even be used as mini-fitness circuits. Adjust the number of players in the pattern to give more or less rest or more or less time for exercises in-between the passes. Adding physical exercises like push-ups, squats, lunges and much more can easily be done. In this book I concentrated on speed work but feel free to adjust the patterns for the desired physical and technical outcomes. I recommend inside of foot passing and receiving but if you wanted to change the technical emphasis feel free. I would recommend all players be proficient with inside of the foot passing and receiving before adding other passing and receiving techniques. It is helpful to time the patterns in order to make it possible to better measure the total workload of the players. Monitoring workload is very important in terms of the week's periodization training plan. You can easily change the distance of the pattern, the number of players, the dynamic elements and the time trained to reduce or increase the workload. I hope you enjoy the book and get some good use out of the patterns.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781515147459
  • ISBN-10: 1515147452
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: July 2015
  • Page Count: 30
  • Dimensions: 11.02 x 8.5 x 0.08 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.27 pounds


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