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All The Right Moves - To Beat and Get Past Your Opponent
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A collection of 20 different moves that will leave your opponent standing. Each move is detailed and shown at match speed and in slow motion. What appears to be complex is made easy for players of all ages and abilities. Plus, in this easy to learn system you get to see World Class players putting the moves on their opponents.
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Too many times players work on fancy moves that they can never pull off in games. All the top soccer players in the world rely on very simple moves or feints. The difference is that they can do them at top speed, under prssure from opponents, and with perfect execution.
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It is important not to underestimate kids and I found the U10 age group is ideal for teaching these juking moves since they are only just getting into passing and still like to work their way through the opposing pack.
The DVD covers each move many times from different angles, and in slow motion and regular speed. They use regular players not some kids fom central casting which is nice.
About 1/2 my kids get all the moves right but ALL of the kids develop better ball handling and are ready to take on opponents and leave them standing.
There's a little clip from an adult game for each move, and it is very helpful watching, for example, Maradonna doing "the Maradonna."
And let me tell you, there is nothing sweeter than watching a pudgy little 8 year old do a perfect Maradonna around a big athletic 9 year old leaving him standing there scratching his head.
I can give it to the older boys to watch on their own but the younger ones are too impatient to sit still and watch so they rely on me digesting it and teaching them.
There is nothing special in the moves. you can find better video tutorials in youtube. they mention the basic moves like zidan's roulette (they call it different) or the scissors.
I mean, if you have never played football then you should buy this dvd, otherwise it's a waste of money.