For example, in the three goal drill, the player approaches and shoots on all three goals. He wants to do this as quickly as possible while also maintaining control of the ball and properly receiving the ball from each goalie.
There’s so many variables it’s hard to pinpoint and develop one aspect of your performance.
You need to isolate your speed and agility for optimal gains in these departments.
Many soccer drills combine aspects of speed and agility together, which is fine if you’re trying to work on your skills, but it’s tough to really become faster and more agile with so many factors at play.
Breakdown your speed and agility training into bite-sized pieces if you want to get better.
I’ll show you how in a second.