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Coordination, Agility & Speed Training - Part 1 (Download)
Coordination, Agility & Speed Training - Part 1 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Presenter: Dirk Rauin Duration: 40 min.   Contents: running and jumping coordination, coordinative warming-up  and theory coordination. More Information: The running performance demanded of a soccer player differs considerably from that of an athlete. Sprints, turns, changes of direction, runs with the ball and challenges for the ball both before and after a sprint require the player to adjust his stride length and frequency to widely varied game situations. This makes a variable, flexible and selective application of running techniques during the game necessary. For selective conditioning of running coordination, it is necessary to set priorities within training sessions. Fast footwork, involving lightning fast coordination of nerves and foot muscles, is at the heart of many drills.

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SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 1 (Download)
SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 1 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Duration: about 35 min.   Learn the fantastic tricks of some of the greatest stars. To master the ball and build the confidence it takes to be a top player. All tricks are shown in normal speed and slow motion with excellent explanations and coaching points. Your players will practice these skills for hours at home. This eVideo covers every aspect of ball control, dribbling and feinting.

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Modern Defending - Part 2 - Group Tactics (Download)
Modern Defending - Part 2 - Group Tactics (Download)
Author: Ralf Peter (DFB coach and educator) Length: 55 minutes   Soccer Tactics Modern Defending - Part 2 - Group Defense Tactics   This eVideo includes: - 2 v. 3 attackers outnumber defenders - 2 v. 1 defenders outnumber attacker  - 2 v. 2 equal number of attackers and defenders   Building on individual defensive training, the next critical step forward toward ball-oriented defense is to learn defensive tactics for groups of two, three and four players. Outnumbering your opponents near the ball is the ultimate goal of ball-oriented defense.   Series Modern Defending 1-3 In this series the Ralf Peter shows a systematic method of teaching ball-oriented defense, focusing on: tactical sequences in detail, recognizing and correcting mistakes, and relevant exercises. Whether your formation includes a sweeper, a back three or a back four, 1 v. 1 play is the foundation for all forms of defending. That's why individual defensive training is the first step toward ball-oriented defense. Building on individual defensive training, the next critical step forward toward ball-oriented defense is to learn defensive tactics for groups of two, three and four. Outnumbering your opponents near the ball is the ultimate goal of ball-oriented defense. Introducing the back four system (basic movement of the back four, back four plus two midfield defenders, back four plus four midfielders, playing with a 4-4-2 system: defensive third and midfield pressing, attacking third pressing).

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SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 2 (Download)
SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 2 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Presenter: Joti Stamatopulos Duration: 35 min This eVideo shows the fantastic tricks and flicks of some of the greatest stars, like Edgar Davids, Jay-Jay Okocha, Louis Figo, Maradonna, Ronaldo and Ronaldino.

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Coordination, Agility & Speed Training - Part 2 (Download)
Coordination, Agility & Speed Training - Part 2 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Presenter: Dirk Rauin Duration: 60 min.   Contents: coordination for advanced  reaction and speed of action complex coordination training. Modern soccer is characterized by its high tempo. To play soccer successfully, players must react faster than ever when they receive the ball, as well as making frequent sudden changes of direction, sprints into free space and instant switches from defense to attack. The demands on soccer players are so great that special and systematic training of their running coordination, especially their running technique and rhythm, appears essential. What are the special aspects of the conditioning of running coordination for soccer players? The running performance demanded of a soccer player differs considerably from that of an athlete. Sprints, turns, changes of direction, runs with the ball and challenges for the ball both before and after a sprint require the player to adjust his stride length and frequency to widely varied game situations. This makes a variable, flexible and selective application of running techniques during the game necessary. For selective conditioning of running coordination, it is necessary to set priorities within training sessions. Fast footwork, involving lightning fast coordination of nerves and foot muscles, is at the heart of many drills. Small, rapid steps ensure that the player can control the ball securely and move in any direction he chooses. The object is to remain in contact with the ground. He can then retain control of his body and accelerate quickly in any given direction. In addition, good footwork is essential to a good shooting technique. 

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Coordination Training for Soccer (Download)
Coordination Training for Soccer (Download)
Peter Schreiner takes his coordination and agility training method to the next level by introducing a soccer ball to the exercises.This DVD combines technical training with a coordination and conditioning component through the use of simple field equipment.The exercises allow the players to practice technique at game-like intensity levels while improving their overall fitness, coordination, explosiveness, quickness and agility.Contents: Coordination with a soccer ball Coordination and warm-up Technique-oriented coordination training Coordination and agility ladder Reaction and speed training Coordination and shooting Languages: English, GermanLength: 60 minutesFilm Size: 4:3 - PAL

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The Creative Dribbler - Part 2 (Download)
The Creative Dribbler - Part 2 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Presenter: Peter Schreiner Duration: 60 minutes   Systematic, clear, and understandable exercises to develop creative offensive technique are shown with specific emphasis on receiveing the ball with your back to your opponent or your back ot the goal.

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Modern Youth Training - Part 2 - Ages 6-8 (Download)
Modern Youth Training - Part 2 - Ages 6-8 (Download)
Authors: Ralf Peter, Gerd Bode Length: 104 minutes   Modern Youth Training - Part 2 Playing and Practicing with Six to Eight-Year-Olds   Building Blocks for training sessions - General movement training - Soccer-oriented movement training - Soccer specific technique training   Indoor and Outdoor Sessions - Free play, welcome, solo exercises with the ball  - Exercises for better dribbling  - Partner exercises and competitions  - Motivational game: Fish and the fisherman  - Ball gymnastics  - Movement exercises with the ball  - Simple soccer games    Key concepts  - Tag games - Dribbling  - Faking - Passing - Shooting

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Modern Defending - Part 1 - Individual Tactics (Download)
Modern Defending - Part 1 - Individual Tactics (Download)
Author: Ralf Peter (DFB coach and educator) Length: 40 minutes   Soccer Tactics Modern Defending - Part 1 - Individual Defense Tactics   This eVideo includes: - 1 v. 1 defense (defender facing attacker) - The role of individual tactics in the playing system - 1 v. 1 defense (attackers back to defender) - 1 v. 2 defense    Whether your formation includes a sweeper, a back three or a back four, 1 v. 1 play is the foundation for all forms of defending. That's why individual defensive training is the first step toward ball-oriented defense.   Series Modern Defending 1-3 In this series the Ralf Peter shows a systematic method of teaching ball-oriented defense, focusing on: tactical sequences in detail, recognizing and correcting mistakes, and relevant exercises. Whether your formation includes a sweeper, a back three or a back four, 1 v. 1 play is the foundation for all forms of defending. That's why individual defensive training is the first step toward ball-oriented defense. Building on individual defensive training, the next critical step forward toward ball-oriented defense is to learn defensive tactics for groups of two, three and four. Outnumbering your opponents near the ball is the ultimate goal of ball-oriented defense. Introducing the back four system (basic movement of the back four, back four plus two midfield defenders, back four plus four midfielders, playing with a 4-4-2 system: defensive third and midfield pressing, attacking third pressing).

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Feints (Download)
Feints (Download)
Length: 130 minutes   This eVideo about dribbling moves show you how to systematically expand your players´ repertoire, regardless of age or skill level.What´s unique: You can see how 12-year-olds learn the techniques, 17-year-olds refine them, and German national team players execute them perfectly. Content: Scissors and step-overs the importance of moves in soccer Training objectives for different age levels Detailes technical explanations: step-over, double step-over, scissor, double scissors Eleven systematic steps for introducing and teaching the scissors and the step-over Age-specific training information for 12-year-olds and 17-year-olds Former german national team players Mehmet Scholl and Bernd Schneider demonstrate the scissors and the step-over

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Modern Youth Training - Part 3 - Ages 8-12 (Download)
Modern Youth Training - Part 3 - Ages 8-12 (Download)
Authors: Ralf Peter, Gerd Bode Duration: about 94 minutes     Modern Youth Training Part 3 Playing and Practicing with Eight to Twelve-Year-Olds   Building blocks for training sessions - General movement training - Soccer oriented movement training - Soccer specific technique training   Learning basic techniques - Dribbling, faking, passing and receiving, shooting and heading   Dribbling games - Exercises to improve dribbling skill - Changing directions while dribbling  - Slalom dribbling and shooting  - Creating a session on dribbling   Tips on organizing a session - Using a single setup for multiple exercises  - Line exercises and rotations  - Competitions for two teams playing simultaneously - Station training  - Simple soccer games in a 3 v 3 setting

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SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 3 (Download)
SOCCER Perfect Ball Control - Part 3 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Director: Peter Schreiner Duration: 35 min Contents: Introduction Heading Passing Addition Activities Two Player Drills Group Drills End

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The Creative Dribbler - Part 1 (Download)
The Creative Dribbler - Part 1 (Download)
Author: Peter Schreiner Presenter: Peter Schreiner Duration: 60 minutes   A methodical, step by step program from an actual coaching session which teaches and consolidates the following skills:  Dribbling Change of Direction Turning with the Ball Fakes for different situations through dozens of creative drills.

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Modern Youth Training - Part 1 - Ages 5-6 (Download)
Modern Youth Training - Part 1 - Ages 5-6 (Download)
Length: about 102 minutes Authors: Ralf Peter, Gerd Bode    Modern Youth Training - Part 1 Playing and Practicing with Five- to Six-Year-Olds   Building blocks for play session - General movement training  - Soccer-oriented movement training  - Playing soccer   Indoor and outdoor play session samples - Tag games and relays - Age appropriate games 4 + 1 and 5 + 1   The role of the coach  - The coaches job - Player guidance: Problems and how to solve them  - Working with parents 

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Modern Defending - Part 3 - Team Tactics (Download)
Modern Defending - Part 3 - Team Tactics (Download)
Author: Ralf Peter (DFB coach and educator) Length: 48 minutes   Soccer Tactics Modern Defending Part 3 -  Team Defense Tactics   This eVideo includes: - Introducing the back four system - Playing with a 4-3-3 system - Playing with a 3-5-2 system    This eVideo shows you how to teach a ball-oriented defensive concept on the basis of comprehensive individual and group defensive tactics training. While the method shown here uses a playing system with a back four, it can be applied to other systems as well.   Series Modern Defending 1-3 In this series the Ralf Peter shows a systematic method of teaching ball-oriented defense, focusing on: tactical sequences in detail, recognizing and correcting mistakes, and relevant exercises. Whether your formation includes a sweeper, a back three or a back four, 1 v. 1 play is the foundation for all forms of defending. That's why individual defensive training is the first step toward ball-oriented defense. Building on individual defensive training, the next critical step forward toward ball-oriented defense is to learn defensive tactics for groups of two, three and four. Outnumbering your opponents near the ball is the ultimate goal of ball-oriented defense. Introducing the back four system (basic movement of the back four, back four plus two midfield defenders, back four plus four midfielders, playing with a 4-4-2 system: defensive third and midfield pressing, attacking third pressing).

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