Stylish SOCCER MOVE to Quickly Turn a Defender ~ Online Soccer Academy

Stylish SOCCER MOVE to Quickly Turn a Defender ~ Online Soccer Academy
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What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared
Montz former pro and founder of OnlineSoccerAcademy.com. Today we are learning how to do an advanced
soccer midfielder move to change direction and get away from a soccer defender. Description: Youth Soccer
This is a great soccer skill to do when you are running at a soccer defender and you decide
it’s not on to go forward and you want to turn around and go backwards. Yes, you could
do a simple drag back and change direction but this move adds a tad of flare to your
soccer moves. Wha’ts going on? Little dap! It’s Jared Montz
as a Bobble Head! Little Dap, Little Dap! I’m not selling Jared Montz bobble head dolls
but Miles from CustomBobble.com is! They just made me my unique custom bobble head doll!
Lots of players get their teams together and buy a Custom Bobble Head for their coach!
You should too! Or get one for yourself! Every pro loves going to the stadium when it’s their
Bobble Head night! Make your coach feel pro! Buy them a BobbleHead at CustomBobble.com! Key Points: Soccer Tips – Football Tips
1. Place your toe studs on top of the soccer ball when it is a few inches in front of your
plant foot. 2. Drag the soccer ball back behind your plant
foot and then push the soccer ball to the side using the inside part of your foot. Make
sure the soccer ball is behind your plant foot when you push it, not right next to it. 3. Turn the outside of your plant foot to
the soccer ball and take your touch away from your defender by a few steps. Soccer Skills.
When you do a regular pull back V you will take a big touch here with the inside of your
foot to push the ball sideways to get away from the defender. But in this situation you
want to turn around and go backwards. So take a little touch using the inside of your foot
so you have time to turn the outside of your plant foot and take your touch away from the
defender. 4. Change pace! After you make this football
tricks on your defender change pace and accelerate. DO NOT turn and then go slow all casual like.
That is when an athletic defender will catch you and make a play. 5. Make a play. Once you do your turn make
a play. By that I mean make a pass and then move again. You’ve already beaten your defender
and you are now going backwards. How to Play Soccer. Pass it off and get open. You just
did something fancy, now go back to being simple. Equipment Needed: Drills for Soccer
You will need a ball and four cones. Exercise Player Can Do: Soccer Drills
A Soccer drill we can do to practice. Start off by practicing this skills for soccer without
the ball in slow motion. As you feel comfortable try it with the soccer ball. I want you to
go slow in the beginning to get the hang of it. Once you do, then speed up the move. Soccer
Training. After you can do the soccer move from a stand
still it’s time to get the cones out and set up our game like situation for football training.
Set up a start cone and a defender cone 10 yards ahead of you. Then behind your start
cone and to the side will be two cones that will act like a small goal; this will be your
imaginary teammate I want you to pass it to after you make your soccer move. Dribble like a soccer mid to the defender
cone at a decent pace. Do not sprint, but don’t walk there. Prior to being on top of
the cone do your move, change pace like a soccer striker and make your pass to your
imaginary teammate. Then grab your ball and repeat. Do this until you feel confident! What Player Could Be Doing Wrong:
Some things that could be going wrong. If you are missing the ball with the outside
of your foot then you are taking too big of a touch with the inside of your foot and you
are probably kicking the ball. Remember to push the ball with the inside of your foot,
don’t kick it. You could also be rushing. When done correctly
this move looks smooth; it’s not one that is about rushing and power. Bonus Tip! Soccer Videos
DO NOT do this move when you are right on top of the defender. By waiting to long and
getting to close you give the defender a chance to make a play. Do the soccer strikers move
a few steps prior to being on top of the defender. Bonus Bonus Tip! Videos of Soccer
If you are having a lot of trouble with this move start by learning the basic Pull Back
V first. Watch our Online Soccer Academy video titled “How to do a Pull Back V” and that
will help! Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer Academy
training video. Like, favorite and share this video if you did and don’t forget to Subscribe
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Players all over the world use it and you can do game reviews and track your progress!
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®!

100 thoughts on “Stylish SOCCER MOVE to Quickly Turn a Defender ~ Online Soccer Academy

  1. 0:10 what's the name of the camera you used to film that? Looks really HD, your getting so professional at teaching this

  2. Hey Jared ! I really like all of your videos they helped me a lot ! Lately in my training sessions we play match but we can only play with 2 touches, that's a great exercise but when i am only able to play with 2 touches one of my best atributes is not used dribbling so any advice on how can I still play well at my best with limited touches of the ball ?

  3. I'm a midfielder and have been playing football/soccer since i can remember and started playing for a team about 3 years ago and when i first started i was really confident and when i went it for tackles 9/10 i would win the ball and i would also do a lot of skill and still have the ball but after this summer i recently started playing but i seem not to be good at these things so can you suggest anything that will make me play like i did before?

  4. Thanks! Maybe one day you can attend one of our OSA Soccer Camps / Clinics and we can meet in person and little dap in real life!

  5. Thanks. Guess the calves come from years of training (for soccer) and I did a good bit of Olympic style lifting when I was in high school. Now besides playing I like to bike and kiteboard. I don't do calf raises if that is what you are thinking; mostly just from playing. Hope you enjoyed this OSA video!

  6. Glad you love it! Thanks for the constructive feedback too, my team and I appreciate it. We don't like the music to louder either and we are always trying to improve how we make OSA videos for you and your OSA teammates.

  7. Thanks. Guess the calves come from years of training (for soccer) and I did a good bit of Olympic style lifting when I was in high school. Now besides playing I like to bike and kiteboard. I don't do calf raises if that is what you are thinking; mostly just from playing. Hope you enjoyed this OSA video!

  8. Thank you for the kind words and the constructive criticism. My team and I appreciate it and we take ALL constructive criticism into consideration. We do a cut every 5-10 seconds. We do this because this is highly recommended by most filmmakers. Watch a TV show or movie and pay attention to how often the cuts happen and it's about 5-10 seconds. Hope that makes sense. Thank you again for the feedback!

  9. LOL! Glad you are in dreamland! We release a new OSA video every Monday and we have 200+ at OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com!

  10. The camera is a Canon 60D. It's very high quality. Glad it looks professional. We are trying to improve OSA video quality every video. Learning as we go 🙂

  11. Like @WogSongPlaylist said… to show you don't need nice gear to train on your own. Hope that makes sense. Side note, please DO NOT curse in future comments. I'm not mad, just saying we keep the comments family friendly and readable for all ages. Hope you understand. Thanks for watching!

  12. Pass and move. Think quicker on the ball. Work on speed of play. For speed of play, 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 "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you. The 2 touch exercises will be good for you as a dribbler b/c it will force you to pass. Then you will learn balance on when to dribble and when to pass; this keeps defenders guessing!

  13. Congrats! Keep working to improve your game and never settle. Always good to be humble too, confident… but humble.

  14. Work on speed of play a ton. You might have been relying on athleticism for years and now everyone is just as big. For speed of play, 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 "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  15. Also work on your mental game. 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 search for the "How Not to Be Nervous Before a Game" video. That will help a lot! Also watch the "How to be Confident" video.

  16. Also work on your mental game. 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 search for the "How Not to Be Nervous Before a Game" video. That will help a lot! Also watch the "How to be Confident" video.

  17. 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. Side note, please DO NOT use "WTF" (that represents a bad word) or curse in future comments. I'm not mad, just saying we keep the comments family friendly and readable for all ages. Hope you understand. Thanks for watching!

  18. Quickly Change Direction in Style Using this Advanced Turn http://youtu.be/G2ZTRAkNdas – this week's Online Soccer Academy video is sponsored by http://www.CustomBobble.com! 

  19. Just an FYI. We release a new Online Soccer Academy video every Monday and we have 200+ videos for you at OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com. Enjoy!

  20. For fitness and a stamina video, 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 search for the "Soccer Fitness Tempo Runs" video. That will help a lot! Also the 30 Minute Training Sessions have a lot of fitness with the ball built into them so do those too.

  21. Sorry you get that vibe, I assure you I'm not talking to a 4 year old. But what I am talking to is players all over the world that speak many different languages and learn at different paces so I'm trying to speak as clearly as I can and not to fast to increase the chance that more players can learn. Hope that makes sense. Thanks for watching!

  22. Learn to think faster and know your options before you get the ball. Work on speed of play. For speed of play, 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 "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  23. I'm sorry to hear you are having hip issues. Unfortunately I can't answer your question but what I advise you do is tell your parents and go see a doctor. They can better help you. Good luck and keep your head up!

  24. For bending/curving the ball, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your Online Soccer Academy profile (it's free, sign up if you aren't a member) and then search for the video titled "How to Bend a Soccer Ball. That will help you a lot. Then go out and practice!

  25. Nice video. Can you do a video on how to finish and/or a video on what shooting techniques to use in different areas of the pitch my coach says i need to be more clinical especially in 1v1 situations

  26. listen jared i need your help!
    i play soccer and i had an injury which healed just 3 days before and because of that i couldn't play for 1 month so i have lost all my ball control and now i can't even trap the ball while playing and i have a match after 4 days , is there anything i can do to have my ball control at least to trap the ball .
    please help me , i would be really thankful to you if u help me with this

  27. Hey I have 2 questions for you, first, if you wanna be a professional player how long should you practice every day and secondly what's more beneficial playing matches or practicing?

  28. Hey I'm a freshman and I sub on for varsity as a defender. My questions are when do I step on to somebody and how do I pass the ball faster under pressure? All of your help is very appreciated!

  29. 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!

  30. 1. There is no set amount of hours that equal playing pro. Sorry. But you should be training 1-3 hours a day, 5-6 days a week on the field if your goal is to go pro. Train because you want too, not because you have too.
    2. It's a combo of matches and practice.

  31. For defending, log on to your OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com profile (if you don't have one, sign up, it's free) click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your profile and then select the "Defending" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you. You will find a video there to help you. Work on speed of play too. For speed of play, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your OSA profile & select the "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  32. Thanks man it really help me.It work to catch the defender off.Because of that move I score a goal against NASA SRPL Team and won..Thanks alots and keep on the good work..

  33. so i'm a senior in highschool and im going to a couple of local colleges that have ID camps in january hoping i can get onto one of the teams and i was wondering what my mind set should be going into these because it's mainly just playing small sided matches then a regular match but their each only a day or two so i was wondering if i should play trying to stand out as an individual (more dribbling, shots, etc.) or just play the way i normally do (creating oppurtunities for others).

  34. I am 58years and still gong strong, and play soccer with young boks. 15-35 years old boys. That keep me fast and in a good shape. Training almost every day.I's not too late for learning something new. This sommer I learn me Ronaldinho Sombrero Flik. OnlineSoccerAcademi is vert good.

  35. Thanks Tom! Have fun improving! Work on speed of play a lot and that will help you think faster out there. For speed of play, 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 "Speed of Play" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you.

  36. Go to OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com and type in the OSA search bar, "Fake" and watch our OSA video titled "Soccer Drills – How to do a Fake Pass". Enjoy!

  37. For control, 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 "How to Control the Soccer Ball out of the Air" video. Or search on youtube for my Online Soccer Academy video tilted "How to Control the Soccer Ball out of the Air". That will help! Juggling helps ball control too!

  38. Your foot is curled to far back. For juggling, click the "View All OSA Videos" button on your OnlineSoccerAcademy(dot)com profile (it's free, sign up if you are not a member) and then select the "juggling" category; there you will find a lot of videos to help you. Be patient, your juggling will improve with practice. Small improvements daily equal big improvements over time. Make sure you track your progress on your OSA juggling chart!!

  39. 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!

  40. 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!

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