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7 Soccer Goalie Drills for All Ages

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Strikers can afford to miss a few shots or lose concentration for a few seconds and still have a good game. Goalkeepers, on the other hand, cannot.
Goalkeepers need to be performing 100%, be fast at the action and forcefully reply to the ball.
These are the 7 soccer goalie drills who need to train every goalkeeper.
Kettlebell Snatch
The kettlebell snatch is a full-body, power exercise. It works the hamstrings, quads, back, and shoulders. You pull a kettlebell off the floor from a squat position, swing the weight up, then dip under it, and press it overhead.You should perform the exercise quickly.

Overhead Med Ball Throws
One of the fastest ways to increase your power is to train with movements that teach rapid and constant acceleration. The most well-known example is the medicine ball – throws, slams, chops, etc. all teach your body to produce force as rapidly as possible, place the ball between legs, jump and throw the ball overhead and continue to do so throughout the entire range of motion, retrieve and repeat when the ball hits the ground.

Med Ball Russian Twists
Lie down on the floor, placing the feet a little bit above the floor, and with your body, create imaginary V-shape, take a med ball, and Twist your torso to the right side until your arms are parallel with the floor while breathing out, and move to the opposite side. Repeat the action couple of times.
med ball russian twists

Box Jumps
Find a box that suits for your height and requirements; and place it in front of you. Squat down, and jump on the box softly and then back to the start position with a jump.
box jumps drills

Partner Tennis Ball Reaction Drill
This drill can help to train the overall agility of a player; it will improve his ability to change direction suddenly.
Stand 10 feet in front of your partner with your knees slightly bent. Your partner starts tosses a tennis ball, catch the ball, but make sure it doesn’t bounces twice.

Dead Bugs
Begin lying on your back with your hands extended on the floor. Start lifting your right foot, and touch it with your left hand. This should be performed vice versa with other hand and leg.
soccer drill dead bug

Physioball Rollouts
For this exercise you need physioball. Stretch and place your hands on the ball, begin upright with knees positioned below shoulders. Start pushing the ball away from you while keeping knees in place, and make sure to keep back level with hips and upper body in a straight line.Pause at the furthest point and then pull back to starting position.
soccer drill rollout ball

 

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