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Your soccer library

Includes the following DVDs:

All the Right Moves (#2990DVD)

A collection of 20 different moves that will leave your opponent staring. Each move is carefully detailed and shown at match speed and in slow-motion. What appears to be complex is made easy for players of all ages.

Soccer Speed, Fast Feet, Fast Moves (#5413DVD)

Soccer Speed will work you through progressive training including foot speed, leg speed, running technique, bursts of speed, first step quickness, acceleration, change of direction, quick reaction, coordination, agility and balance.

International Tactics: Individual Attacking and Defending (#5418DVD)

In tactical training the emphasis is on helping the players to make more effective decisions and to make those decisions quickly enough so that they retain their effectiveness. This DVD set will help teams better react to their opponents and better understand what to do with the ball when they have possession. (90 min.)

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Striker School Two DVD Set (#17091DVD)

Putting the ball in the back of the net; to the casual spectator this might appear to be luck, but coaches and players know better. It is the end result training. In this DVD set, the role of the goal scorer is well defined and coaching tips and drills will help all would-be goal scorers develop their potential.


Esta colección de 5 DVD’s te ayudara a convertirte en un jugador veloz y con gran habilidad.

All the Right Moves (#2990DVD)

Una colección de 20 diferentes movimientos que dejara a tus rivales sin palabras. Cada movimiento esta detallado y demostrado en

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