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Functional Training for Attacking and Scoring

Functional Training for Attacking and Goalscoring takes you one level more than simple shooting or crossing and finishing drills. This DVD looks at the next level of attacking training sessions by including your entire team in the more tactical and functional team training sessions that will get your team working together to score more goals.

Former Leeds United Coach, Mick Hennigan conducts a functional training session on attacking from crosses where he focuses on the quality, location and different variations of crosses, with special attention to the runs of the forwards into the penalty area. Adem Poric, owner of Total Football Academy, conducts a functional training session focusing on the role of the forwards, their responsibilities and that of the team in providing quality service to them.


Con este DVD aprenderás más que disparar, cambiar de cancha y cerrar jugadas. Se enfoca en las mejores técnicas de ataque las cuales incluyen a todo tu equipo con la finalidad de generar más goles.

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