It consists in the execution of technical gestures from soccer (european football), gestures which are triggered by the appearance of certain stimuli (tactile, visual, auditory) and it is part of a mixed type of learning which is located between the analytical learning and the global learning.
At an advanced level of the method, in the same exercise is made the transition from mixed learning to the global learning (the presence of the active opponent).
As benefits of this kind of training would be on one hand the development of cognitive abilities (perception,representation of the movement, attention, reasoning, memory, intelligence, decision making, etc) and on the other hand the development of certain technical elements of soccer and especially of the ball receiving.
Practically I am talking about the soccer technical drills whith an increased cognitive component.
Generally the exercises presented can be used as the technical speed drills (developing the speed with the ball), but the effort area that the method covers is larger, later at a more advanced level of the method , in only one exercise could be attended larger groups of players or the entire team.
The entire method includes around 150 exercises that are distributed in 8 chapters.
In the video summary that follows are presented 44 drills and around 11 of 19 stimuli that operates across the method so far .
It can be applied starting with the age of about 12 years and could have easily his place in the integral training concept .
The method can be used both by juniors and professionals soccer players and among the best advantages it is the fact that offers a concrete means to working simultaneously in the field both the cognitive and the technical aspect, and sometimes the tactical part ( see the special exercises chapter).
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