⚽️QUICK FEET TRAINING⚽️
The quicker your feet are, the better you will be able to carry out other skills and techniques. Performing quick feet exercises are clearly important if you're looking to run faster or change direction quicker, but they can also have benefits in other areas of your game. Working on your foot speed will enable you to move the ball more quickly as you will be able to shift the ball faster when in possession; and if you're a defender, having quick feet will enable to compete with attackers more easily in 1 vs 1 situations.
The quick feet drill in the video is a very basic drill that works on foot speed. Not only does this drill work on your foot speed, but is also great for working on changing direction and balance. The great thing about this drill is that you move in multiple different directions within a tight area, similar to what you may endure in a match. When performing a sprint ensure you're working at maximum intensity and that you avoid touching the cones.
Look to set up three cones approx 1m away from the starting cone. Add the end cone approx 5m opposite the middle and start cone. Look to complete 3 sets of 15-20 sprints with 10 seconds rest between each sprint. Ensure the routines when sprinting through the cones are being consistently changed throughout.
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