3 Tips to get Approved in Football Trials
The speech, bolerada! For those who are already attached to the #RumoAoPro you know that I've made a lot of try-outs, and I have already been approved on the lot, and, of course, was disapproved of in others. For this reason, I believe that I can pass on some lessons to you on your next screen. I'm going to reveal to you some tips that have helped me get through the try-outs for the Portuguese, Palm, Crown, Santacruzense, Rio (indoor soccer), the Circle of the Military (indoor soccer) and the Colorado Rapids U23.
Tip #1: get READY FOR THE TRIAL!
Many of the athletes, sign up for the trial, and start to prepare about 1 week prior to the event, and that is a recipe for failure. It doesn't help you get on the train, your physique and your technique, missing 3 days to the screening. To achieve physical fitness quality, you need at least 10 weeks of intense training. Why do you think that the UFC fighters get months getting ready for the fight? If you want to do it on a big screen, you might want to organize your schedule, and include training for speed, agility, endurance, technique and strength. If you want a training program that's made for the players that are going to make a screen, you can download our programme of pre-season
Tip #2: FOCUS ON the PHYSICAL!
The player, of that little chat that the one who runs the ball, it's bullshit. In the game today, and if you're not racing, you're going to hurt the whole team, and not be the owner at the time any a lot less to spend on a screen. I will say that you should focus on the physical, because in a few weeks and it is very hard to improve his technique to the degree that you can improve on your physique. I'm not saying that you shouldn't do in training, but being just a few of the players prepare themselves physically, and if you're a player, you don't want to run for a second, you're going to get more balls to be in the best positions to steal more balls and it will be clear in the eyes of talent scouts that you are at a level above that of our competitors.
Tip #3: BE BOLD!
On the screen, you're going to have a little bit of time to play, I would play on the ball. Of course, in a competitive game, you have to be more cautious, more calculated, however, on the screen, you have to be a bit more daring. So, if you want to play for the side, for example, don't keep playing the ball backwards all the time, try some of the posting on the diagonal, to finish the season in support of the attack. If not, the scouts are going to find that you have a player in common, and maybe not you approve of. As I said in tip #2, the physical preparation will help you and will allow you to have the energy to make a movement to that effect.
If you want to get a conjunt of the training, which will give you more flying in the next screen, you must download the program from training, to PLAY THE full 90 MINUTES, and start preparing today!