By: Jeff Nachman
Soccer is a fun game, but along with fun comes the necessity of playing this game with an impeccable technique. There are ways in which adhering to playing a gameplay can alter your life. I’m going to tell you a few things that should become a part of your soccer routine on & off the field.
- Practice Footwork:
Footwork is the most vital part of your game-play so keep practicing your footwork whether you’re on the field or not. Try and take your football with you everywhere (except prom), this might get annoying for people in your surrounding, but ultimately, you’re looking for maximum practice!
- Shoot Correctly:
Don’t get confused; there isn’t a right or wrong way of playing soccer. What you need to aim for, however, is a goal shot across the bottom of the net. Why? It’s harder for the goalie to block that goal, that’s why. So, aim for the bottom right, bottom left and bottom center.
- Play FIFA:
I can’t imagine a soccer enthusiast wouldn’t be playing this already. However, I advise you to get FIFA on your console or PC. Especially, the attest version of FIFA because it has all the techniques and stats updated. FIFA teaches one about the gameplay tactics of world-renowned players.
- Watch Soccer:
A soccer fan never misses out on soccer matches, that’s the only time they stick to TV. Watch soccer matches regularly and contemplate the game moves you witness on the screen. Observe and learn the strategies, and then practice them later to make the most out of your game.
- Stay Fit:
You cannot possibly run through the entire field with excess weight on, so practice running on a regular basis and develop your running skills. Run in an alternating manner and switch between jogging, running and sprinting because in soccer the pace is never the same on the field.
- Develop Stamina:
If you’re going to be on the field you must have the required stamina to run and make it through the match, once again this comes through constant and deliberate practice. A simple way to build endurance is scheduling your soccer practice six days a week and no lesser than that. You should start seeing results in a couple of weeks.
- Gain Strength:
If you play soccer already, you must have the strong, toned and muscular leg but if you’re a newbie to this game, you will realize the importance developed muscles hold in this game. Don’t aim at bulking up for soccer, but do include in your routine some strength training exercises to get toned.
- Your Cleats:
Do you have a problem with your cleats smelling most of the time? Dilute some distilled vinegar with water and leave it inside the cleats for a while or just sprinkle some baking soda.
- Tie Them Correctly:
Even if your cleats are the right fit, if you tie them loosely they will cause a problem during the game and might also cause you to trip so learn a couple of knot-tying techniques for your cleats.
- Stay Confident:
No matter how bad you are at soccer right now, if you stay confident you can ace it at some stage so do not lost hope.
Learn more about soccer to understand this game. Good luck!