What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared
Montz former pro and founder of Soccer Academy. Today we are soccer learning how to do a soccer
back heel. Description:
A back heel is a deceptive, soccer kick to pass a ball in your attacking third. It can
also be a way to shoot if you are feeling real confident! There are different styles of back heel kick.
This is one. Key Points: Learn soccer
1. Place your plant foot on the side of the ball closest to you. This. Not This. 2. Lock your ankle and point your toe up towards
the sky. 3. Make contact in the middle of the ball
with your heel not your studs on the bottom of your foot. 4. You generate power from your knee down.
Don’t have a big leg swing. 5. Do not follow through. Just a little pop
will do. 6. For accuracy have the back of your shoulders
face your target. I want to pass to you I face my back to you. If I want to pass to
my teammate over there, I face my back to her. Equipment Needed: You need a ball and three
cones. Exercise Player Can Do: Passing Soccer Drills
Start off by soccer practice the technique without the ball. Once comfortable practice
back heeling the ball. Then repeat a few times until you are comfortable. A great time to do a back heel in a game is
when a teammate is over lapping you or running by you and you are going in the opposite direction
with a defender on your back. Example I’m dribbling with my back to goal.
A defender is on my back. My teammate is running around me and I back heel it to him right
before he goes by me so he can run on to me. To practice this set up three cones like so.
Dribble to the top cone, then back heel the ball on the dribble between the two cones.
Then get the ball and repeat until you feel legit! [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] What Player Could Be Doing Wrong:
If you feel awkward doing this you are taking to big of a leg swing. The power is from your
knee down, not a big leg swing. If the ball isn’t going very far when you
back heel it that is because you are using your toe studs and hitting the top of the
ball. Use your heel and hit the middle of the ball. (overlay shot of Jared back heeling
with studs and bringing heel into his butt.) Bonus Tip:
Don’t try a back heel every pass you make! Defenders will catch on to what you are doing
and you will be called a show off. A back heel is a deceptive pass meaning it’s sneaky.
You do a sneaky pass 1 out of 30 passes, not 29 out of 30 passes. I don’t recommend doing back heels in your
defensive third because you will give your coach a heart attack! Plus if you lose the
ball near your goal there is a higher chance your mistake will lead to a goal. When your
gut tells you to, try a back heel in your attacking third. If you mess up so what! At
least you had the confidence to try it. Just make sure you react positive and hustle back
on defense. Fans don’t love Messi because he is a player
that is scared to mess up. But when he does mess up, he reacts positive and gets on with.
Fans respect that. Ending: Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer
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