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Teaching the goalkeeper is the focus of this soccer clinic presentation DVD by Nick Pasquarello. In a typical training session, the goalkeeper's preparation can be as productive as the rest of the team. Coach Pasquarello begins with warm-up exercises, featuring a 5 v 2 keep away on a 10 x 10 grid and a Figure 8 drill. These drills, incorporating field players as well, work on high catches, hitting the ground, hip turns and footwork. Pasquarello stresses that footwork helps a goalie make saves. The set position is taught by focusing on reaction time, angles and staying in the keeper's range. Pasquarello explains differences between teaching male and female goalkeepers as it relates to technique and range. The 1 v 2 drill can be manipulated by the coach and stresses communication, being set and making quick decisions. Excellent tips are shared on how to help goalkeepers break the habit of leaning backward. Another teaching tool is the distribution drill. The goalkeeper works on distribution and safe handling while field players work on longer serves. To work on saves, the 4 v 4 drill is demonstrated. This drill provides the keeper with a lot of shots - making quick decisions a key. Pasquarello shares his philosophy for warming up keepers prior to competition. In this easy to follow DVD, Pasquarello uses his playing experience to teach goalkeepers proper warm-up, technique, and how to make the save. Packed with teaching points and drills, this instructional soccer DVD is a tool that all soccer coaches could benefit from.

106 minutes. 2006.


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