Warming up is not boring! Our warm-up drills bring variety to training sessions and the fun of playing soccer starts straight away. There is something here for all group sizes and levels of ability. Nearly all units use the ball and those that don’t ... well, see for yourself.
There is no other topic which has been discussed as controversial as warming up in sports. Stretching, yes or no? If yes, then how? Warming up with or without a ball? Only three questions in a wide range of topics which are still up for discussion.
Partly, opinions vary a great deal and as a soccer coach, one should always be informed which scientific findings are most up-to-date. Within a few years everything that is right now can be completely wrong.
That sounds bad and that is what it is supposed to be. We have discussed a lot which warm up drills are to be presented on Soccerpilot. Finally, we have decided to focus on two aspects:
1. One always warms up with a ball! If not, it is just playing catch or activity games.
2. Warming up is an introduction to the main part.
This should correspond to the latest opinions on modern soccer practice.
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?