Dribbling - 1 | Youth Soccer Drills & Skills


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Speed Dribbling involves kicking the ball far ahead of you and sprinting after it as fast as you can.  If you look up and see open field in front of you, this is by far the fastest way to make your way up the field.  Soccer University calls this move Speed Dribbling without the Ball.  I just call it Speed Dribbling.  

REMINDER:  Because Speed Dribbling demands kicking the ball ahead you, the Inside Foot Ground Pass/Kick must be mastered first.  If you do not have a level of mastery over the Inside Foot Ground Pass/Kick it will be extremely difficult (if not impossible) to become skilled in Speed Dribbling.  

Speed Dribbling involves kicking the ball ahead and sprinting after it.  How can you effectively kick a ball ahead of you if you don’t know correct technique for kicking a ball?  It seems simple, but the reality is a significant percentage of youth players are unable to properly kick or pass a soccer ball.  While other kicks would also be appropriate, this is the easiest kick to learn and control. 


Speed Dribbling
SU 1 | 1:16:45

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