‘Soccer Training: Developing the 360° player’ is the latest in a series of successful football training guides from Martin Bidzinski and we have three copies to give away.
The new publication presents a training method that focuses on developing physically balanced players who are comfortable playing the ball with either foot to any direction of play, thus giving them the full 360 range of playing options.
Martin has studied the technical aspects of football for many years and strongly promotes football as a skills game rather than a physical battle. Martin’s thoughts were confirmed at this summer’s World Cup in South Africa.
Speaking of his findings from the competition Martin said: “For anyone that promotes the skills side of the game the events of the World Cup were a godsend. Teams relying heavily on physicality suffered at the skilled feet and creative offensive movement of teams such as Argentina, Ghana and Uruguay, Germany and eventual finalists Spain and Holland.”
“It is my intention in this book to highlight the issues surrounding the lack of two footedness in the game and to give the reader the opportunity to solve this problem that besets some players today.”
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To celebrate the launch of Martin Bidzinski’s latest book Soccer Training: Developing The 360° Player Football Trade Directory is offering three lucky readers the chance to win a copy, a great guide for coaches or anyone looking to improve on their skills.
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