This exercise is a technical warm up and it is based on the Erreà Academy double rhombus methodology. I used this warm up in one of the last training sessions of this month.
This technical exercise, I used as technical warm-up one of one of the last sessions, it has the goal to coach the idea of passing and receiving with and without the pressure behind the player in possession of a potential opponent.
As it is warm-up, everything is done without a real pressure, but the player who is passing the ball, he must tell the next teammate how to manage the ball if he is under pressure or not.
Forward and back passes before reaching the upper vertex are played on the left side.
Wall pass combination and another forward and back passes are then played on the right side.
This exercise must be carried out on the right and the left sides at the same time.
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