Learn How To Run Faster When Playing Soccer
If you’ve been playing soccer for a while you’ve noticed how important accelerating and running faster is when playing soccer. Sometimes you need to beat a defender and run faster, or you need to keep up with an offense player by matching their speed while running. There are different ways to help you run faster and I’ll show you how to do it.3 Handy Pre and Post-Workout Snacks
The food that you eat before a big workout is the fuel in your tank that you need to make it through a rigorous training session. Likewise, the food that you eat after an intense workout can aid in repair and recovery to help your body bounce back quickly.Lean and Mean: Soccer Drills Can Change Your Physique
Even if you don’t plan on becoming a pro soccer player, playing on a soccer team can improve your physique from head to toe. In your regular workouts, you can also use popular soccer conditioning drills to tone up, lose weight, and increase muscle strength.Racism in Football Stadiums
‘Why is it so rampant in the Balkans at the football matches?’, asks my friend Irishman, a big sports fan, who lives in Australia for years. The cause of his issues was the now-infamous football match between Serbia and England in the qualifiers for Euro U21, played in Krusevac.How Yoga Can Supercharge Your Soccer Game
If you want to boost performance at your next soccer game, it may be time to pull out your yoga mat. Although it may seem counterproductive to slow down and stretch to increase endurance and ability on the field, yoga can work wonders to support your athletic ability.Be a Balanced Soccer Player – Strengthen Your Weak Foot Now!
An elite soccer player can kick, pass, and trap with either foot. Is this a problem for you right now? If so, read on and learn a few tips on how you can improve your weak foot. Opponents can figure us out very quickly if we can only kick with one foot. Being able to make plays on the ball no matter where you are on the pitch is a key element in the game of elite soccer players.Soccer Drills: Pass Hard – Receive Soft
So, what does that mean – pass hard – receive soft? These are two of the most fundamental yet important aspects of soccer. If you watch soccer on tv you’ll see the ball being passed very, very hard between players. You’ll also see them receive those hard passes and keep control of the ball – most of the time. Sometimes they don’t! Read on.Who Had the Best 2012 Summer Transfer Season?
The transfer window officially closed this past Friday so it is now time to observe which European clubs were best improved. This is an inexact science and only time will surely tell who which clubs have benefited the most, but the following three clubs look to have emerged on this side of summer in the best shape.The Subjectivity of Soccer Timekeeping
In North America, sports that have a time element, such as football, hockey, and basketball display for all to see a large and precise clock that in many cases is broken down to tenths of a second. In soccer the time is displayed yet it appears to me that the official time is on the referee’s wrist and only he or she is aware of exactly how much is left; and it looks as though there is some wiggle room.How to Access the Camp Nou and Find Your Seat
How do I go to the Camp Nou? How do I get back? The Camp Nou stadium’s address is Avenida Arístides Maillol, 08028 Barcelona.Missed Goal Scoring Opportunities From Being A One-Footed Soccer Player
As a youth soccer coach and trainer, I have seen the disadvantages of not being two-footed. Because of this handicap many goal scoring opportunities are lost.Zapater Finding His Way Around Moscow
After leaving Zaragoza in 2009, Alberto Zapater has totally wandered around European football, struggling to find a new team he could play with. From playing in Genoa C.F.C. (Italy) and Sporting CP (Portugal), to finally finding his way to FC Lokomotiv Moscow (Russia), it truly is hard to believe that the first player to ever score a goal in the UEFA Europa League would find it difficult to remain in a single club.