Weak foot development and / or Ball striking technical development

BALL STRIKING DEVELOPMENT

Weak Foot Development

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THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR NOT BEING 2 FOOTED

The brain is very lazy by nature. It will focus its attention on what it can already do, and will find creative ways to avoid things it can't do. That's why learning new technique is so hard initially.

The brain, if left to it's on devices, doesn't want to do what it can not do.

If we apply this to ball striking. It takes most players a long time to learn how to strike a ball well with their strong foot.The last thing the brain wants to do, is then do this on the weak side. As a result players begin to fear their weak foot and develop bad habits in their attempts to avoid it, and so compound the issue.

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But developing a good weak foot is possibly one of the easiest techniques to develop. All that's needed, (as for all learning), is the right advice, feedback and opportunity to practice and improve.

Players, within a matter of weeks, can have perfectly usable and functional weak foot, and over time players will develop the ability to strike well, using a variety of techniques, with either foot.

TST provides the framework for weak foot development.

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BALL STRIKING DEVELOPMENT

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