Amid the coronavirus pandemic, you can still get your feet up and running. You don’t have to be a sportsman or athlete or have access to a playing field or gym to get some exercises done. You can borrow some practical tips from football training and try them at home. Here are some of them:
This football drill entails several activities. These activities include dribbling the ball in and out of your designated markers, making short sprints, and completing a circuit and a series of passes.
Advanced Cone Exercise
Advanced cone exercise entails controlling the ball in and out of your feet. This exercise aims at helping you learn how to manage the ball at close parameters and at different speeds. It offers excellent cardiovascular exercise.
Speed drills involve sprinting from one point to the other; then back and forth for a certain number of times. They build up one’s pace and agility. It is also fun if you compete with family or friends to see who wins. You can also try to see what time you achieve.
Football isn’t much without shooting. You will need a bit more space for this, so if you have a garden or back yard, that will do. You will need to find a training partner with whom you can switch goalkeeper and striker positions. For the goal post, you can get creative and keep scores for fun.
Full Body Workouts
Football is an intense game, so you may as well go out with the training if you are up to it. A full work out will involve major muscles, including your core, upper body, and legs. You can come up with a customized home routine that entails primary body workouts. This exercise will entail planks, squats, press-ups, pull-ups, box-ups, and shoulder presses.