Learning to kick a soccer ball can take a while. As with everything else, practice is key. You shouldn’t worry if you can’t get it right, focus on the good instead and the results will come, I promise. Now, let’s take a look at what you need to know when practicing your soccer kick.
The football kick to do
- The most powerful part used for kicking is the instep. This is where the shoe laces are located. You should try to use this hitting technique when you are 15 yards or more from the goal.
- Remember to keep your supporting foot in line with the ball and to bend your leg slightly. After hitting the ball, follow it with a full motion.
- Use the inside of your foot to kick the ball.
- The supporting foot should be pointed towards the object and it should be fit with the ball.
- Move your toe foot back and forth across the ball with a sweeping action.
- The ball should move effortlessly on the ground.
- The advanced kick can be accomplished with the outer surface of the foot
- The support foot should be at an angle of 15 ° to the object.
- Make sure your foot is firmly locked before hitting the ball.
- Get in the habit of wearing football boots to get the best grip on the ground
- Make sure your ball is not over pumped as the hit can hurt.
- If you want the best distance and height, you don’t have to stand directly over the ball when hitting it. You can raise it higher by leaning your back a little.
If you want to learn how to kick a soccer ball correctly, you need to have purpose, continuity, and commitment. The necessary equipment is a soccer ball, shoes, a training area and the last but not the least strong.