Soccer MOVES * How to do an Advanced Turn on a Defender – Online Soccer Academy

Soccer MOVES * How to do an Advanced Turn on a Defender – Online Soccer Academy

What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared Montz
former pro and founder of Today we are learning soccer skill a very
advanced turn on a defender. I don’t know if there is a name for this soccer
drill but I learned it almost 10 years ago from Jason Kreis. Jason was a former MLS all
time goals scored record holder and he is now the head coach of Real Salt Lake. Jason
is from my hometown of Mandeville, Louisiana and one day during my college offseason I
was soccer training with him. He showed me this soccer drills and he said one day he
wanted to do it in a soccer game. Not sure if he ever did soccer skills but today I’m
going to show it to you so you can make it happen! Be sure to tweet at him and tell him
you love the move! This week’s OSA video is presented by Senda
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announce the ball winner in their monthly giveaway and that could be you! Key Points: Soccer Coaching
1. As the ball gets to you, angle your foot down at a 45 degree angle and to the outside. 2. Touch the inside back part of the ball,
ever so slightly with the outside of your foot near the base of your toes. This will
be the upper third part of your foot. It’s more of a push, then a kick. 3. The ball should appear like you are taking
a touch to the outside. This causes the defender to step in and try to win it going to your
outside. 4. Quickly bring your foot to the outside
of the ball and use the inside of your foot in a Cruyff like fashion to push
the ball inside. Push, don’t kick it. 5. Your push of the ball inside should be
a few steps ahead of you so you can accelerate quickly away from the defender and get your
shot or pass off. 6. Do this when the defender is a step or
two behind you. This way they are not to close to you and can see the ball going to the outside
which is your fake direction. If a defender is to close to you, they may not see the fake
so even if you do the best turn ever they may not fall for it because they don’t even
see it. Equipment Needed: Youth Soccer Drills
You will need a partner and a ball. If you don’t have a partner you can use a wall or
a fence. Exercise Player Can Do: How to Coach Soccer
Soccer drills for kids we can do to practice. Start off practicing this soccer training
drills in a slow motion fashion from a stand still. Do this a few times to get a feel for
it. Once comfortable have your partner slowly
pass you the ball from 10 yards away. As the ball comes to you do your turn and dribble
a few steps. Then pass it back and repeat. Do this 10 times and switch with your partner. As you start to improve increase the speed
at which the ball is passed to you and continue the reps cycle. Do ten reps. Repeat until
you have mastered it. [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] Word of advice, if the ball is drilled at
you in a game that is probably not the right pass to do this advanced turn. So don’t think
you need to be able to do this move with a ball being passed at you 100 mph! To challenge yourself, check your shoulder
prior to receiving the ball so you can see where the defender is and if the situation
you are in allows you to do this type of move. If you have a goal, then include it in your
exercise by adding a shot after you turn instead of just dribbling a few steps. For those of you without a partner. Pass your
ball off the wall and then as it comes back to you do your advanced turn. Do 10 reps,
rest and then repeat until you master it. What Player Could Be Doing Wrong: Coaching
Youth Soccer If the defender is always winning it then
the defender is to close to you when you try this move. You could also be taking your touch
inside directly at the defender instead of to the side. Bonus Tip! Youth Soccer
For tips on body positioning when receiving a pass with your back to a defender watch
our Online Soccer Academy video titled “Soccer Striker — How to Receive a Pass”. Be confident when you do this move and don’t
over think it. If you practice enough and get real comfortable with this move you won’t
even think on the field. You will just do it when the time is right and you are in your
attacking third. Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer Academy
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100 thoughts on “Soccer MOVES * How to do an Advanced Turn on a Defender – Online Soccer Academy

  1. A little dap is a cooler way to say hello. Figured it was cooler then trying to give the screen a handshake! It's my way of making you feel like an individual watching this video, not me just talking to thousands.

  2. Sorry but we have to run a business. We give away the Online Soccer Academy for free and my team and I pour a ton of time into the OSA and our videos but unfortunately we have to make a business out of the OSA in order to survive and not live in boxes. This is why we have ads, do soccer camps and will sell Believe in it® Apparel soon. I'm sure you can understand are reasoning. The other option is we charge you to watch the OSA videos and we'd rather not do that. Thanks for watching.

  3. For shooting, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "Shooting" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you. That will help!

  4. Congratulationes , you are a good football player and modest , you are doing such a great job sharing this videos what explaine some good advices to children how needed . So I want to thank you because you are helping me

  5. I did this and added another part to it. Once the turn is complete I immideately hit it with my left foot so I can speed away towards the goal

  6. Dear Jared  everytime I try and get under a soccer ball to get it in the air I don t get in in the air and I always hit the middle part of the ball or under that but not on the bottom and I never get under it  and I hurt my hamstring alittle and its very un comfortable. and everytime I try and get more power on my pass or shot bending my leg and swinging it forward I can t do it quick enough I did what you told me but it doesn  t work. picture this im running right at the ball from a angle or a few steps im opening my  kicking leg but once I take that final step that's when my kicking leg s very very slow and doesn t have much power on it and you can even see it moving . please help me ps. how do i jump side to side in your OSA Video how to build leg muscle because I want to build leg muscle. thank you for helping me

  7. Dear jared,

    Hello, my name is Esiri Omene, and I have interest in the summer camps you have.

    I have always have an interest in soccer since I was young. I like the sport alot, but since I transferred schools, i have not been playing much, and my skills are lagging (I pretty much suck now). I have not had enough time to practice and develop my skills (because my new school doesn't have boys soccer team, and my school work load is killing me. I have found some programs, but they are very expensive (up to 1000 dollars), and my family cannot afford to pay that much! So I went on the internet to see if I can see some soccer tutorials that can help me. After hours of looking up suckish tutorials, I finally came across online soccer academy, and I felt in love with the videos. They were funny, informative, and insightful. I liked how Jared doesn't show off his soccer moves to the camera (like other tutorial people), but instead breaks things down into language I can understand. He also shows us how to do it and tells us what we are doing wrong so we can correct it. It is unlike other videos that just show us the move without telling us how to do the move itself. I have applied what I learned to my playing, and my game has improved drastically. Jared mentioned something about soccer camps, and I wanted to join one, but I am not sure if he has one in Chicago. I would like to know if there is one in Chicago, and what dates they have.

    P.S, I am 17 years old in highschool. Is there a age limit to the camps? and also, do i need alot of experience to be in the camp?

    Thank you Jared! you are the best coach ever!

  8. Hey jared its me Esiri again!

    I just wanted to thank you for replying to my message on youtube! That was also very kind too!
    I remember that you told me that there were no OSA camps in Chicago for youths my age. I was so saddened to hear that. I was wondering if you knew any soccer camps in the Chicago area that takes people my age (17 years old) where it is free to join (or at least charges a reasonable fee).

    P.S, I was practicing my kicks on the ball, and I was horrible. I tried your tutorials but I am still not getting it for some reason. Please help…

    P.S.S I was practicing my juggling since about 3 weeks ago, and I got about 30 kicks in today, averaging about 10-15 per time. When I get good, I will show u a video of me juggling for real!

    P.S.S.S I went to China over the summer last year, and there is this popular sport there called Jianzi, and it is nicknamed the chinese hackysac. It’s  feathers attached together with several thin pads of rubber and metal on the bottom. I don’t know if you know it, but I think you would be very interested in. I think it’s better than a footbag and is more ……… yeeeeeeeeeeeah

    Thanks in advance, and keep inspiring people!

    Esiri, or Siri for short

  9. Yo jared it's me Siri

    I watched one of your videos on inside-outside touches combined with dribbling in and out the cones. I know the inside outside touches (better with my right foot), but I don't know how to dribble through the cones. I want to know how to do this so I can become better at my dribbling. Can you make a video that shows how to dribble through cones and the different types of ways to dribble though cones?

    Thanks in advance


    P.S the elastic is my favorite move now!

  10. Jared, do you ever teach kids from the neighborhood or anything? It's just a question that came into my head.

  11. I have soccer tryouts in a few and this help me a lot thanx I just want to know what proper things should u wear to tryouts I'm really nervous

  12. Your videos help me prepare a lot for tryouts thanx. I'm just wondering what should you wear wear that's appropriate for tryouts

  13. Man, your from Mandeville…  I had no idea. I am from the same area (Covington actually).  I actually kicked around with Jason once randomly (he was ridiculous). 

  14. This is the awesome move ever . I always can't control the ball when I try to trick by defender on the second steps

  15. This is just an ill-advised move. It looks cute if you fake the defender but you probably will have a 10% success rate, most likely against a very bad defender or someone who rarely plays soccer. I do a lot of change of direction to get away from a defender. The change of direction always relies on the defender's reaction to your previous move which means you have to see the defender's reaction. With the move shown in the video, you can't see the defender's reaction so you don't know whether or not he bit on the first move. He's not even in your peripheral vision. If he didn't react immediately on the first move then he's in perfect position to steal the ball on your change of direction. A quick glance behind you will only tell you his position but you won't see how he reacts to your first move. You can't simply assume he reacted to the first move, you should see if he did.

    Here's one simple rule. You should always see which direction the defender is moving so you know when and where to change your direction to.

  16. Dear Jared , Thanks For All Of Ur Video's I Improved Alot, I Increased In Speed, In Skills And Many Other Things 
    Thank You 🙂

  17. Hi jared , I can do all the skills in soccer but in a match im nervous to try them because Im afraid that I will fail.plz help

  18. hey Jared, do you have any more advanced moves or ones I could use to get a cross off? I know that turn and a lot of others and the rainbow, Mara Dona, scissor, croff turn and fake croff turn and I am having difficulty coming up with new moves to practice and to beat defenders because most of my teammates know my moves. If you could give me some links of new tutorials that would be great. I am looking at a bunch of channels and have found and learn four other really challenging and fun combos with the mara dona step over or scissors and the elastic and anything with the sole of my foot and top of the cleat that I use to pull back a croff and such (my favorites for combos). I keep watching messi Ronaldo and Neymar videos and soccer games to learn new stuff but am not seeing much. Just whatever can be used to beat a defender (especially because I am not the fastest I need to learn new moves to be able to pass and avoid defenders since I can't sprint passed them)or some cool shots like the topspin or knuckle ball. Thanks your videos have helped me some in the past just want some more challenges so whatever you can throw my way would be awesome!

  19. I have one favorite technique. That's looks easy, but it's hard to practice it. You must have a good acceleration and reaction to doing it. The name is Man with the Ball, it's Ricardo Kaka's special move. Can you make a tutorial about it, Jared? Then, all the viewer can learn and do that move too. It's simple but not easy. If you know the basics and you can do it, it's so easy to pass the defender.

  20. hey jared can you do a video about how to escape from a defender running behind you to the opposite direction you are running towards

  21. lmao im in 14U and defenders never fall for this. They know it's stupid to lunge, they would never fall for this, they are always close to you and they don't lunge. This would only work on bad defenders.

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