Soccer Skill to Play as Fast as Xavi and Iniesta + Online Soccer Academy

Soccer Skill to Play as Fast as Xavi and Iniesta + Online Soccer Academy
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world, soccer video, soccer training, soccer videos [Music] [Music] [Music] What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared
Montz former pro and founder of OnlineSoccerAcademy.com. Today we are learning an advanced soccer skills
to increase your speed of play so you can think as fast as Barcelona midfielders Xavi
and Iniesta. soccer video. Description: How to Soccer
Speed of play is about how fast you think on the soccer ball, how quick you make decisions
and ironically once you get really good at speed of play the game will feel like it’s
slowing down for you. Do you like my Online Soccer Academy t-shirt?
If yes, get excited because we will be selling these soon at OnlineSoccerAcademy.com. It’s
a comfy shirt you can wear to school or practice in. We have navy too! Might have a contest
giveaway soon too! For this speed of play soccer tutorial I will
show you the soccer exercise and then we will break it down on how you can this soccer move. [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] Key Points: how to coach soccer
1. Check your shoulders! Most soccer players are constantly staring at the ball. The best
soccer players know how to look behind them prior to receiving the soccer ball to see
their options. Soccer coaches always say know what to do with the ball before you get it,
but most never tell you how to know what to do. This is how you know. Soccer Drills. 2. Look for defenders, passing options, spacing,
etc. When you check your shoulders take a mental picture of the field and decide what
your options are. The best soccer players always have a few options at any given time.
soccer midfielder tips. 3. Check both shoulders, not just one, so
you get a 360 degree view. In past OSA videos I’ve only taught you to check one shoulder.
That is a great starting point but as you get better you want to check both shoulders! The order that I like to check my shoulders
is my back shoulder first and then my forward shoulder which is looking up the field. football
soccer. So when I ask for the soccer ball I check
my back shoulder first. Then I look back at the soccer player passing to make sure they
are still passing to me and then I check my forward shoulder When I check my back shoulder
I will see if soccer defenders are sneaking up on me. When I check my forward shoulder
I will see the majority of the field. soccer football. I don’t want to do this fast because then
I’m going to get dizzy and not have a clear picture of what I saw, just blurred vision
from turning my head to fast. 4. Keep your body angled up the field. soccer
tip. You do not want your back to the attacking part of the field. If I stand like this what
can I not see. What’s behind me. That is why I want to stand with my body angled up
the field when I can so I can more easily check my shoulders and see behind me. soccer
world. 5. Check your shoulders early! DO NOT wait
for when the soccer ball is on top of you. As soon as you see your teammate lifting their
leg back to pass, start the process of checking your shoulders. 6. Do what the game shows you. If a defender
is coming and your best option is to pass it back, pass it back. If there is space and
you can turn, turn and dribble forward. If you can turn and make a pass to a teammate,
do it. It sounds easy right, but it’s not easy to make it look easy. Keep it simple
and let the great plays happen, they will when you get into a rhythm. Equipment Needed: soccer drills for kids – soccer
videos You are going to need as many balls as you
have, six cones and a partner if you have one. If you don’t have a partner then use
a wall or fence as your passing partner. Exercise Player Can Do: how to play soccer
A soccer training exercise we can do to practice. Set up a cone where your partner will stand.
Then set up a cone where you will stand at an angle 10-15 yards forward. Set up two cone
goals 15 yards ahead of that. Your partner will pass you the ball and say
man on or turn. If they say man on, check both shoulders and pass it back. If they say
turn, check both shoulders and take a touch forward, then pass the ball through either
cone goal. You decide. Go for two minutes or until you run out of
balls. Then switch with your partner. Repeat until you get tired. This is not a fitness
exercise so don’t rush. The main focus is the checking of your shoulders. [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] Things to note: If your partner forgets to
say man on or turn what do you do? That’s when you make the choice because you make
the choice in the game! You will know what to do because you checked your shoulders. Your teammate passing the ball should not
pass it to hard. We want the player receiving the ball to have a chance to check their shoulders
because that is what we are working on, we are not working on controlling 100 mile per
hour passes. What Player Could Be Doing Wrong: soccer postions
Some things that could be going wrong. If you are getting dizzy and feel like you are
looking and not seeing anything then you are turning your head to fast. Take a quick look
but give yourself a second to see something when you look. Imagine you are taking a mental
picture. If the ball keeps hitting you and you aren’t
looking at it when you recieve it then you are checking your shoulders to late. Right
when you teammate brings their leg back to pass it that is when you should start the
process of checking your shoulders. Even pros need to look at the ball when they receive
it. Bonus Tip! free soccer tips
Be confident and be patient! It’s hard and it takes confidence and courage to take your
eye off the ball when it’s coming towards you but the more you practice the better you
will be. Adding this to your game will greatly increase your quality on the field. This video is an advanced style of speed of
play. Normally when I coach speed of play “in person” at our OSA Soccer Camps I
build up to checking both shoulders. Usually I start with checking just one shoulder. So
if you are not ready for both shoulders, that is okay, learn to check just one shoulder
by clicking here. We have many more speed of play OSA videos to help you. Ending: Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer
Academy training video. Like, favorite and share this video if you did and don’t forget
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Post a comment; let me know what you think and how it worked for you? My name is Jared
Montz and Remember if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything
in life is possible! Believe in it®!

70 thoughts on “Soccer Skill to Play as Fast as Xavi and Iniesta + Online Soccer Academy

  1. Great video like always, loved it! I want to start practicing for two hours but it gets dark fast around 5:00 and I practice with my brother after school but he gets out at 3:00 and eats after and we start to practice at 4:00 should we change our schedule to when he gets home practice the eat then homework? I just need some ideas on how to do our schedule but great video like always Jared I'm gonna to do this tomorrow 😀 we both want to go pro, he is seven and I'm thirteen also Im starting to wake up thirty minutes than normal to do a small workout like crunches and push ups. Thanks love the drill! 😀

  2. Use this Skill to Play as Fast as Barcelona Midfielders Xavi and Iniesta – this week's Online Soccer Academy video.  http://youtu.be/OzpLy_8eY50 #Believeinit  

  3. I have a question, just like when you post every other vid. So will teams generally be looking for skill like this, just taking the ball and controlling it, or will they look for talent with skill moves and stuff? Because in games I never do too many tricks, I just dribble and pass, and take shots when needed. What exactly do they look for?

  4. Hey Jared, I have 2 questions. 1, do you have any tips for indoor soccer? I just started playing to keep in shape over the winter, and I'm not very good. Secondly, what can you do the day of a game to get prepared? Are there stretches or exerciese that you can do several hours before that help? Thanks for your videos. 

  5. Hello Jared .  I play (train) football since i have 8 years old . But I make brеак for 3 years and now I am 16 years old and I started to play (train) football again . In start I was bad player but after 6 months I became better . Now tell me what do to in next stage to become a good player because I am 16 and I need to be better if I want to be a football player. And please tell me what to do because i have little problems with my weight . Sorry for my language and I hope so that you will replaid to me .

  6. Massive fan of what you're doing. Keep it up my Friend!

    Quick question: How can I work on the weight (speed) and timing of my through passes?

  7. Thanks, really well explained. This is the most important skill I picked up from watching Xavi. Unfortunately, largely goes to waste when playing pickup in the USA, with most people still bypassing the midfield and playing kick and chase (sigh). The one thing I'd add to this skill is moving towards the pass while checking shoulders, to give one more space when turning. 

  8. Hey Jared, first of all I want to thank you for all those helpful videos your posting, they're reallyyy goood and I've already learned some skills from you, and second of all I need to ask you something, I am looking to play at pro level, but the thing is I live in the UAE so there isn't really trials nor many scouts, could you suggest something for my case? Im joining the man city club soon tho. I'd really appreciate your reply 🙂 ! Thanks again!

  9. Most players I play with make the mistake of getting boxed in because they refuse to pass the ball after "making all the hard work of dribbling pass two defenders". But if you watch pros they the great ones will dribble and do the hard work and if they are getting boxed they will pass to the open player. I hate players who want to dribble the  ball into the net.

  10. Hey bro, We love your vids. You're giving the next generation key tips to develop into better players. Well done bro and keep the Tekkers coming 

  11. Hey Jared . Love your Videos . This is a tutorial I have been trying to get all over YouTube. And this video is very very Helpful .. Thanks

  12. plzz give some skills of cr7 i dont see any things about cr77.i love your all video and its superb working for me but plz get some cr7 game technique

  13. Hey I love your videos. Do you have tips on how to turn when a defender is running to to pressure your back as you receive the ball? Pirlo and Xavi are really really good at that and if you can do a video to break it down it will be amazing. Thanks.  

  14. thanks ..i play in cdm position could u plz help me how to protect the ball in tight spaces like when two players surround me i get stuck and i loose the ball im poor wid my fast footwork ..thanks1

  15. I think it's better to play a game in training with your coach giving you tips rather then just practicing passing, because you will learn to get vision in the game.

    If something is not going so well, the coach can specifically train that or tell you what is going wrong.

    What do you think?

  16. Got a lot out of this video thanks I know your busy can you check your second account means a lot thanks

  17. I mean your Facebook fan page and trust me man it ll be one of the times in a while you ll hear from me though that account

  18. You seriously should show these drills to the USA national team prior to the WC this year. I think it'll help.

    That aside, your stuff helps me a lot. I have improved drastically

  19. This helps because I once went to this organized pickup sorta thing and those kids were like insane at all this the game was so fast paced i couldn't believe it

  20. I have really bad positioning i play cdm and rb, i play better at rb but im really trying to play as a midfielder. My biggest problem with playing as a midfielder is i feel uncomfortable because i dont have the sidelines, i feel the sidelines make me feel comfortable in my position. I know what you might be thinking is play RM but i really like playing as a CDM can you do a video on better positioning for midfielders. Pleeeeeeeeassse and thanks.

  21. I agree man that when you said take a mental picture of passing options but what if  once we receive the ball they change the place

  22. Shoulder checks skill is so crucial in games and yet quick hard to master. I really appreciate your videos on how to interpret games faster. Sometimes I feel that I have enough skills, but I can't think quickly enough or make the most effective decision. Thank you!

  23. Online soccer Pliz listen to my problem at soccer I'm playing in a team that is never passing to me and im not enjoying the game when they are not passing to me what should I do ? I mean I ask u how to get more involved

  24. Hey! OSA. I play football every day, but I don't have any coach or I haven't joined any academy but still my team mate says that I'm a good player and if I improve it will help our team. So please give me some advice. My position is left forward.

  25. You really understand me at 1:30 all the coaches I've had always say that but don't teach us how to do it thanks for the advice

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