In this video, we will be able to observe a specific speed session with the goalkeeping coach, Miguel Angel España. Currently he trains the goalkeepers of the lower categories of the Spanish national football team.
During the development of the session, we will see a perfect progression not only in difficulty of tasks but also from the methodological point of view. Starting the session outside goal in a relatively small space and ending the session with a series of tasks in goal.[vc_empty_space][vc_column width=”1/2″]
The first tasks are given in a very small space. Progressively increasing complexity. How do we manage to increase it in this case?
Mainly playing with distances and frequency of execution. A smaller distance between goalkeeper and goalkeeper coach the task is complicated by the speed of execution and the number of executions.
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After completing the tasks outside goal, they move to direct the session in goal. Although in the beginning they reduce the dimensions. On this occasion, they use alternative material to achieve the objective. A rebounder which will print power to the bottom line sending that simulates a pass back.
On this occasion, the progression of complexity depends on two factors:
– Size of the ball
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In goal and limiting the goalkeeper’s vision with a teammate in front, the goalkeeping coach throws by hand at an intermediate distance. Free shipping path. So we can see another variant but complexity: The visual limitation.