The Science of Rondo

The Science of Rondo
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Publisher : CreateSpace
Total Pages : 34
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ISBN-10 : 1495493296
ISBN-13 : 9781495493294
Rating : 4/5 (294 Downloads)

Book Synopsis The Science of Rondo by : Marcus A. Dibernardo

Download or read book The Science of Rondo written by Marcus A. Dibernardo and published by CreateSpace. This book was released on 2014-02-04 with total page 34 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Rondos develop a player's speed of thought, speed of play, individual and collective ball retention capabilities, footwork, agility, soccer problem solving skills, team work and ability to create a rhythm or tempo of play. These are essential and critical skills in the game of soccer. Watch a full 11v11 game and see how many touches each player gets. Research indicates players will touch the ball 20-40 times in the course of a 90 minute game. Rondo can increase a player's skill level quickly because they are put in realistic game-like situations over and over again in a small time frame. A player can touch the ball twenty to forty times in a 5 minute period playing rondo. The touches in rondo are meaning full touches as well; they require players to find solutions to high pressure defending situations that are game related and virtually non-stop. “The Science of Rondo” is the ultimate book for coaches who want their teams to develop by using rondo training. The book includes my personal rondo-training curriculum that I use with my team. It contains rondo variations, progressions and transitions. I show you how to combine rondos with passing patterns, fitness exercises and game related possession drills. If you want to understand rondo and rondo training methods, than this book is for you. Enjoy.


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