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Outside Cut Turn – Cones Dribbling Drills – Soccer (Football) Ball Mastery Training for U12-U13

Outside Cut Turn – Cones Dribbling Drills – Soccer (Football) Ball Mastery Training for U12-U13

July 24, 2017



This drill builds on:

– Outside Cut Turn (Crossing Skills for U10-U11): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/1v1-moves/change-of-direction/crossing/205-outside-cut-turn
– Take Outside Cut (Static Ball Control Drills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/ball-control/on-the-spot/89-take-outside-cut
– Take Outside Cut (Cones Dribbling Drills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/ball-control/dribbling-cones/101-take-outside-cut-cones

Similar drills and moves:

– Inside Cut Turn (Crossing Skills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/1v1-moves/change-of-direction/crossing
– Inside Cut (Crossing Skills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/1v1-moves/change-of-direction/crossing/226-inside-cut-crossing-u8-u9
– Take Inside Cut (Static Ball Control Drills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/ball-control/on-the-spot/82-take-inside-cut
– Take Inside Cut (Cones Dribbling drills for U8-U9): http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/ball-control/dribbling-cones/96-take-inside-cut-cones

See more Cones Dribbling Drills:
http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/videos/ball-control/dribbling-cones
See more U12-U13 videos:
http://ultimatesoccermovescollection.com/component/tags/tag/6-challenging-u12-u13

Cones dribbling drills adds speed of execution and accuracy to the soccer training which complements very well with the static ball control drills and dynamic ball mastery drills.
Good ball coordination and first touch skills are key ingredients to get these under your belt.

Soccer coaches should incorporate these drills in their soccer training or warm-up time before a soccer game.

Tutorial:

When starting with the right foot:
(Switch left and right below when starting with the left foot)

1. Place the ball to the right of the first cone.
2. Take the ball through the cones with the laces of the right foot.
3. Close in on the ball.
4. Cut the ball with the outside of the left foot.
5. At the same time:
a. Rotate to the left.
b. Place the support foot (right) exact opposite of the direction to go through the next cones.
6. Take the ball through the cones with the laces of the left foot.
7. Close in on the ball.
8. Cut the ball with the outside of the right foot.
9. At the same time:
a. Rotate to the right.
b. Place the support foot (left) exact opposite of the direction to go through the next cones.
10. Continue steps 3-9.

Things to watch out for:

a. Don’t stand rigid on the legs but flex the knees a bit.
b. Try to immobilize the ball completely by means of the outside cut.
c. Rotate after the cut in order to line up at once in the right direction to take the ball through the next cones.
d. Imagine the correct position to place the support foot while turning.
e. Position the support foot not too far behind the ball.

About:
Lars Schelfhout is born in February 2006 and lives in Belgium.
He started his football career rather late as a U9.

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– Yellow: Intermediate (U10-U11)
– Orange: Challenging (U12-U13)
– Red: Mastering (U14+)

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Music:
– TimeTrain by P C III by Pipe Choir Records is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
– Intro Prise Fire by Lino Rise

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