How to shoot a soccer ball like a PRO | Kick with power and accuracy TUTORIAL

How to shoot a soccer ball like a PRO | Kick with power and accuracy TUTORIAL
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100 thoughts on “How to shoot a soccer ball like a PRO | Kick with power and accuracy TUTORIAL

  1. i would like to say thank you so much!!!! my shots have increased by 10000000% because of this i'm so happy right now my coach noticed and i thank you for that.

  2. Another good way to practice technique is going up to a fence and shooting on the fence to form better technique.

    Edit: it bounces back so you can continuously practice technique

  3. Please please please make a video on how to plant and angle my leg to kick…. My leg never crosses over my opposite leg after kicking… This makes my shot low… Also I have no idea how to run up and how to angle to plant my foot…. And correctly follow through

  4. Shooting by lashes gives extreme accuracy with blast with no curling in ball at all and power it's best…..but you should execute with very good technique after lot of practice with knee joint locked and better fitness level other wise causes injury a lot of injury….

  5. Very helpful video can’t wait to start practicing, I have never watched one of ur vids but that’s about to change cuz I just subscribed👍🏼

  6. hi,bro…My friend asked if you can attach Chinese subtitles?Because his English is very poor, he simply can't understand what you are talking about!But he likes football very much. He wants to watch your video learning.

  7. When you say "lock the ankle" is that in full extension or partially but stiff so no energy is lost with the wobble?

  8. Thanks so much for posting this video! I have been using this shooting technique for quite a while and it's helped me score more goals.

  9. The key here everybody is to strengthen the muscles in your knees… by strengthening your knees you will have strengthened everything else needed to obtain a strong kick… when you have the strength know you can practice focusing that power

  10. That s another skilled olayer MAS did not use to be better placed. What a gold mine those people who spot players like you man. Keeo up

  11. I thought you always shot with your toe now I understood why my toe gutted after kicking a soccer ball 😆😂

  12. Gud sharing…may god bless you in all your dedication for this channel…keep it up bro…thank lot…

  13. You are very good. I love the ways you kick the ball with your both legs. I am likely like you in kicking with both legs

  14. That's more of the old school way of shooting. With my size 13 clown feet, back in the 80's and early 90', I could not do the knee over the ball laces through shot as my toes would drag., so I had my toes at an angle, like the modern knuckleball shot and was shooting knucklers as a roving keeper back when they were very few who did. 

    This old school method is much more of an un-manipulated swing as it fits with how the femur moves with respect to the hips.

    However as a division 1 outdoor soccer goalkeeper, I punted knuckle balls because back in high school. I accidentally punted a few knuckles and the other team had a hard time returning a clean header. In fact about 1/4 of the time the ball would simply bounce. So working out with the other keeper in college when I was shooting, I shot knucklers because the slightly manipulated release that gives you the knuckle generalized from punting to shooting.

    As a highly competitive roving indoor soccer goalkeeper, the knuckler allowed me sit at the defensive "blue line" (its was red in indoor soccer) when our team had the ball on the offensive end due to the 3 line rule. So if the ball popped out to me., I would step up just beyond the center line and either crank a shot in the corner or at the other keeper, where he had a hard time hanging on. With my size 13 clown feet. I tended to hit a diving knuckler that was very hard to catch.

    Recently I realize that 30 years ago when the ball was heaver and did not bounce as much, goalkeepers used to try to catch everything. today with a faster ball and knucklers everywhere, they rarely try to catch a shot. This made me realize that my knuckler in indoor was central in my success in being a roving keeper simply because the keepers inability to catch my shot gave me much more time to recover.

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