How to make a feint

How to make a feint

The beauty of soccer is not only bright attacks and impressive goals, but also masterful execution of various feints and inkings. There are 5 ways originally to beat the rival.

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We catch the rival on the anticourse a feint. It is possible to carry out both in dynamics, and in a statics. In general, any feint becomes more effective when performing at a speed, but some (especially at the low level of skill of the rival) can be applied successfully and standing still. At control of a ball we approach with the opponent and we show as if we start bypassing it on the right. The rival reacts, and at this moment it is necessary to be grouped and shift the case to the opposite side is and is called "to catch on the anticourse". Under all laws of physics the opponent will not manage to react to the second movement any more for now he stops and be developed, you will already be able quietly to escape from it.


We "shake" the rival feints. Strongly without approaching, we carry out fast alternate roundabouts of a foot round a ball (false) and at some point we pick up a ball and we leave aside. To react to such deceptive action at its performance with a high speed and clearness of movements extremely difficult. Performance of a feint demands existence of the good coordination reached by repeated trainings.


We approach with the rival and we do under way a complete revolution round its pivot-center (360 degrees), covering a ball with the case. Thus we keep a ball under control, so to speak, "a rearrangement of feet". At the time of a turn it is necessary to stop one contact a ball, and the second to forward to itself on the course already at end of a turn.


It is especially convenient financial if the ball does not slide, and jumps across the field. Then it is necessary to hook simply easy movement of a foot it up, having thrown through the opponent, further we bypass it, gathering the speed while the opponent still needs to be developed before, and already only then to begin the movement after you.


Further quite difficult focus. The ball is before you. A heel of one foot you beat him back, and a toe of the second foot sharply miss forward the rival (both of these movements have to be carried out in a tandem as fast as possible), in passing at once beginning acceleration.

In summary, there is a wish to note that you should not carry out the same feint several times in a row - the good defender will quickly get used to your tricks. Vary the manner to be crafty and, thus, leave with a nose of the opponents.