In selecting our indoor training drills we haven’t just considered sports halls but also gyms with limited floor space. The contents of several drills are very strongly developed and many animations are included.
The effect of indoor training on the education of players is often underestimated. Indoor training does not just offer the chance to train during bad weather.
Firstly certain basic things about indoor soccer training should be noted. Every soccer instructor observes absolutely their duty to be responsible and the relevant players’ code of behaviour, due to the increased risk of accidents. These should be fully explained to all involved before the start of the indoor session.
We will stay will health for a moment. Open-air athletes understand the meaning of indoor training when it’s too late. Indoors it is warm and cosy. Illnesses are inevitable if people go outside all sweaty during the winter. Hats, warm clothing and showers are vital.
It is not easy to suggest training sessions for use in gyms. They differ in size and there not many resources are available. The situation of many soccer clubs in connection to indoor locations is well-known.
We have, in building this rubric, laid out the main points of technical training. Few resources are required and most of the drills can be carried out in a small room with lots of players. Extensive training sessions, that require lots of equipment are in progress and will be available under the relevant section of the indoor training rubric.
Information: There are already more than 1,000 animations online at www.soccerdrills.de, as well as plenty of interesting articles by very well-known soccer experts.
If you don’t want to wait for the translations, you can take a look at Soccerdrills.de. The animations often speak for themselves.
= Level of difficulty: green = easy | yellow = medium | red = hard
= number of players: minimum group size
= Number of Balls: All = one ball per player | + = sufficient number of balls
= needed helpful material:Yes or no
= number of soccer goals: How many soccer goals are needed to perform?