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Become an anchor of the back lines by watching this Soccer Defending Italian Style DVD! Stop the attack like the best of the Serie A!

60 minutes running time

Marking, tackling, intercepting, anticipating, positioning and defending the goal are the fundamental elements in the modern game of soccer.

This DVD presents 42 technical exercises and game situations for the physical and mental development of the young soccer player. The exercises focus on the defensive phase, with the primary objective to develop exceptional technical abilities of soccer defenders, who are becoming more and more scarce in modern soccer.

These exercises develop, improve and maintain individual defending technical skills of soccer players when not in possession of the ball.

Sections Include:

- Marking and positioning

- Defending The Goal

- Tackling

- Anticipation/Intercepting

- Balance

- Differentiation and rhythmic skills

- Motor reaction

- Motor combination


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