|New players playing on a soccer team for the first time, may be good players but don’t seem to be playing well together. Many will say they just need some time to understand how each other plays. This is it. Aerobic Soccer Training or A.S.T. accelerates this process. It pushes soccer players to realize immediately when they are out of sync with each other and pulls them back into the “zone.”
Even though Aerobic Soccer Training or A.S.T. is extremely demanding, it is easy to lose yourself in the rhythm of the music instead of focusing on the pain of the moment. Constant movement is mandatory for A.S.T. Rest periods are movements done at a lesser pace, while work periods could be considered all the time, since you are constantly touching the soccer ball.
Mental concentration is a requisite when performing all exercises because, if not lucid, the participant will spend more time chasing the ball then enjoying the program.
Builds confidence as a soccer player
You can do this soccer training program indoors. The ball should not leave the ground or be kicked harder than a simple 2 yard touch. To do A.S.T. indoors you must have a 5 yard by 5 yard space available. Also remove any furniture that could be damaged in the event of a mis-touch. Although we take no responsibility for any items broken indoors while players are using Aerobic Soccer Training.
A.S.T. Team Play
To play successful team soccer, players must work together. If a player moves to the ball at one pace and the passer gives the ball at another, the possibility for that play to be successful is lowered. A.S.T. encourages players to aggressively link their play together.
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