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How to Shoot on the Run

Free Soccer Training video focused on how to shoot on the run. At Online Soccer Academy (OSA) we help players improve through FREE soccer tutorials. We inspire athletes that if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything in life is possible. 

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How to Shoot on the Run

Learn the advanced key points of shooting on the run. 


Key Points:

Key Point 1 – Place your Plant Foot Next to the ball.

Key Point 2 – Timing!

Key Point 3 – Have a Second of Calmness.

Key Point 4 – Keep your eye on the ball. 


Exercise to Practice:

You will need three cones, a few balls and a goal. If you don’t have a goal then use a fence or wall. Be creative, but don’t break any of your parents’ windows!

Lay out your three cones like so and start off without the ball. Measure your normal steps to the ball distance from the second cone to the third cone.

Then lightly jog up to the second cone and when you get there step to get your plant foot to land next to the third cone and take an imaginary swing of the ball.

Once you do this a few reps and feel comfortable remove the second cone and get the ball out. Make a soft pass to the cone, then light jog up and shoot on the run. Your focus is timing and landing your plant foot next to the ball. Don’t worry about shooting for the corners or upper 90’s. Focus on shooting low, hard and straight with power.

After a few reps shoot from dribbling. The key is taking that last touch before you strike the ball just a little farther out so you can take a big step to the ball. Don’t have the ball right under you when you try to take a step to shoot.  



What’s Wrong:

The most common error I see with players shooting on the run is their plant foot is behind the ball.


Bonus Tip:

Enjoy the process of improving!


This Video Covers: 

How to Soccer, Football Soccer, Soccer Player, Soccer Football, Soccer World, Soccer Video, Soccer Training, Soccer Videos, Online Soccer Academy, Jared Montz, OSA, How to Coach Soccer, Soccer Coaches, How to Play Soccer, Soccer Coach, Coaching Soccer,