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Tulsa Soccer Training | Improve Dribbling

Welcome to the pride of Tulsa soccer training podcast, where we offer the best when it comes to Tulsa soccer lessons. This podcast is brought to you by Pride We are Tulsa’s only soccer training podcast and we are the number one choice for toston when it comes to personal soccer, training, Tulsa soccer lessons and overall soccer player development. In this podcast soccer coach and personal soccer, trainer O’Neal bent is going to share insight and wisdom when it comes to the overall game of soccer and Tulsa soccer. Lessons O’Neill is wholeheartedly committed to changing the game when it comes to personal soccer, training and overall soccer player. Development. O’Neill is the founder and CEO of Pride soccer training he’s also my husband and he’s Jackson’s fatherpride of Tulsa soccer training mission is very simple. Their goal is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively develop and both character and skill. Pride of Tulsa soccer training helps soccer players achieve their personal goals so that they can win both on the pitch and in everyday life. This is episode 81, the Messi dribble, the O’Neill. What are you talking about today? I love this title because you’re not talking about being messy like being unkempt and being wild and bucwild you’re. Talking about the soccer player Messi said I love. The kind of stationary does Messi dribble tell us what you got for us today. I am talking about. The messy is right. Now I mean him and Cristiano Ronaldo are neck-and-neck in who’s. The best player in the world. People will debate. I disagree. They will battle fight over it, but it goes back and forthI know has more if you, if you evaluate them in 10 categories in a variety of categories, Cristiano have a slight nudge over him, including if you add Flair and but no skill-wise. I just think he’s a little bit more well-rounded. I mean it’s like no disrespect to messy at all, but to me, Cristiano is ahead of that game and you think what message I had or they’re tied or what it’s hard for me. I want to say, because Cristiano Ronaldo has won a Euro he’s ahead. You know, so you don’t little bit more for his team in that regard, but I can’t deny or not so I can understand both of them. Cristiano has Ido just a slight edge of ram, which is what you saidit’s just hard. It’S hard, it’s like a scale that I’m weighing in each time.

I’M seeing both players do wonderful things right now like. If you want to talk about championships and winning, we have to say that Ronaldo is slightly ahead, just because he’s got not only wins with Real Madrid and Manchester United and always at the club. Please play for. In the past, but he also has wins with his country – he’s won a Euro and Messi has not done that for his country. So if you, if you look at all the different categories, their technical skill, you know what they’ve done with your team’s. You know and I’ll most likely, I feel like you’re saying the same thing Define your claims and – and I agree with you and I agree with you, because we did a podcast recently that I said I think Cristiano Ronaldo is better. If you look at him using all parts of a body winning headers all that stuff, yes, you are correct, but I still have to talk about Messi, and so when we watch messy, I am amazed at his ability to dribble. The ball is change-of-pace his change of Direction, and I recently studied there’s a YouTube video that that analyzes Messi’s dribbling and shows you a breaks down his steps that breaks down his speed. It Compares it to world class athletes and how fast he’s able to change direction and change paste, and I dedicated a a dribble a day. Drill called the Messi dribble that helps in changing direction, changing pace, and I think that when you watch him moving with that ball, he has worked with it. So much that it’s like it’s stuck to his foot and he can do whatever he needs to do with it it’s beautiful to watch. He will push into space and Chase it down. He’Ll. Keep it close. Make quick touches and move you’ll take shots in in half steps. You just don’t know what he’s going to do any time. One thing I did recognize with him is that he loves to cut in from the right side of the field, so he can strike the ball with his his shoe license just to the right side of his shoe strings where he can curl the outside of ball And bend it into Corners than that, and he does it time and time again, it’s beautiful to see to see him dribble with his determination. I saw a training video to with him on how he just he goes a hundred percent going at the at the ball. He goes a hundred percent running as fast as he can going through the cones going to the drills, and that is something that I’m always hitting not hating. But talking to kids about is you must go hundred percent and I see a lot of times at his players.

We have a tendency with some things, hard or difficult that we don’t go hundred percent because we don’t want to mess up. We don’t want to make that mistake, and I see this evening training and I’m like well. How do you expect to get better? If you don’t go at 100 % there to me that you just it’s not possible and Messi is an example of when he trains. He trains, like he’s in a game, he’s going a hundred percent he’s German as fast as you can so that if he messes up he’s working on that over and over and over again so when he hits the game, it’s no longer on Difficult about all the Things that you’re describing is that not only do these skills help soccer players develop and you know I’ll find you know. Ultimate success went with reaching their goals and winning, but these are also skills that help us in everyday life. I mean it’s like. We have to give 100 % you know and if you’re listening your parent, you know that you know from your work to your home like it’s not okay, to operate. You know at 50 % everywhere you have to bring your best everywhere. So I know it pride of Tulsa soccer training. You guys are really passionate about helping players develop, but you stay in both character and their soccer skill. So just tell me: why is that important? I know it. I just a dress whites in Port in everyday life, but why is that important? You know, even in the game of soccer, to have strong character, strong work, ethic, strong skills. How does that tie – and you know with what we’re talking about so then, eventually in the game, you’re going to find people are just as skillful just as strong as you, because they’ve been putting in just as much time working effort that that you’ve been putting in So there’s going to be things that you’re going to have to change about yourself in order to gain the upper hand, gain the advantage and stay on a higher level stay above. The Fray, as I am Barney often says so in order to do soyou, must be working on your mental, the mental aspect of the game to which is to make sure that yeah, you get less of your dribbling the ball, and someone takes away from me two Times all right now, what are you going to do differently, as opposed to saying all I’m failing? I can’t do this they’re, taking it from me every time instead, you’re thinking, alright, I got to change my game. I’M going to do a fake and pass the make a run to get it back again. This time, I’m not going to just take them on by dribbling, I’m going to pass. It moved to beat them this time, so you’re constantly thinking of ways around the situation. Knowing that you have the skill, the technique to do it as opposed to giving up,

because you failed the first time and to me it helps to develop grit and grit, is something that is both mental and physical. So you are going and going and going until you actually accomplish that goal as opposed to giving up just because it got difficult. Just because someone’s as good as you just because someone may be better than you you’re finding a way to to beat them grit and training, and these are all things that you know correspond with the Messi dribble. So to speak. When we’re watching that skill and that beauty and that development on display it’s someone who has had lessons and how to training and really grown and developed, and that’s what we do at pride of Tulsa soccer training. So if you are wanting more information, if you have a soccer player and you’re wanting to help them develop in their confidence in their overall training, we can help you do that. As always, we want to thank you for joining us and thank you for listening. We are the only podcast about Tulsa soccer, lessons and soccer training and that pride of Tulsa soccer training. Our goal is to fully develop every soccer player because we give them the absolute best when it comes to Tulsa soccer. Lessons at pride of Tulsa soccer training are Tulsa soccer. Lessons help soccer players become technically sound creatively strong on the pitch. If you want more information about Pride soccer training, please visit our website Pride or give us a call today, at 918-701-0983, at pride of Tulsa soccer training, we teach both character and skill and if you’re willing to work hard and follow, are customized Tulsa soccer lessons. The results are guaranteed. Thank you so much for joining us and we will see you next time.