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Sometimes, the weather is just too poor to go out and practice. That, or maybe you only have 10 minutes or so to practice and you need some soccer indoor training drills.

In this video, I am giving you 4 soccer drills you can do inside! These are quick feet drills that if done often, will improve your touch, skill moves, and how fast your feet are.

These are literally soccer drills you can do in your room!

I recommend that you do each drill for 30 seconds each and do 3 sets at the very least. You can, of course, do more.

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30 comentarios en «Soccer Drills You Can Do Inside | Soccer Indoor Training Drills – Quick Feet Drills Soccer»

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  2. Hey Simply soccer. I try out the drills and I keep on practicing my stepovers and skills but I just seem to forget doing them or am feared and get too late. Please give me some advice. Thanks

  3. Hi I’m Aiden, I’m 15, I live in New South Wales Australia and I advise you should use a tennis ball with socks inside it’s harder and if you can don’t with a small tennis ball you can do it with a futsal ball or football

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