The Zig-Zag soccer dribbling drill focuses on dribbling with speed with the inside, the outside, and the bottom of the foot.
Take a look at our Zig Zig dribbling and shooting tutorial to help you be more effective in attacking positions. With this drill you should practice on both ...
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The Zig-Zag soccer dribbling drill focuses on dribbling with speed, using the inside, the outside, and the bottom of the players foot.
The zig zag is a great two-touch soccer move that can help get you around a defender. As you approach the defender, tap the ball to the inside of one foot. Then quickly use the inside of the other foot to immediately kick it in the other direction.
The Zig-Zag Test is conducted as follows: Mark out the course with four cones placed on the corners of a rectangle 10 by 16 feet, with one more cone placed in the centre. The athlete follows the grey route identified on the diagram.
Zig-Zag Cutting Drill At the youth soccer level, it is very important for players to build good ball control skills with both of their feet in order to become better players. Coach: Dewayne De Rosario
Here’s a great practice that epitomises an excellent multiple outcome ball mastery practice. V work is vital for opening up the hips on both sides, improving...
Running Around Zig Zag Cones with Optional Shot... Use quick feet to run around the cones. Add a shot at the end or get creative and set up another few cones...
Zig-zag sprints As the name implies, you are going to run in a zig-zag motion with this drill, rather than straight up and down sprints. Since soccer requires you to move quickly, move from side to side, and dodge others on the field, you need to build up your speed to perform these motions on the field.