Leonidas Papadakis | Technique
For your workout you need 2 small posts and 2 dummies.
The most frequent movement of the central midfielder during the attacking development of a team is the removal and reception of the ball by the central defenders. Continuity with a precise short or long pass, changing the game on the opponent's side can create the conditions for a good attacking action by your team.
The ability of the central midfielder to use both legs in performing skills increases the speed of the attack and makes it more difficult for opponents to stop you. So perform the exercise on both sides (trying to use both feet) by first starting with the finish on the small posts (with short passes) and then finding the target of the dummy (with long passes).
Execute the drill of the images accurately and with speed.
Make 1 set clockwise with short pass for 8 repetitions with 30 '' break and 1 set x 8 reps anticlockwise.
Then, execute 1 set with long pass for 8 repetitions with 30'' break and1 set x 8 reps anticlockwise.
Finish with 1 set of 8 reps (4 right+4 left) with short or long passes, reacting to what your assistant will shout.
The maximum concentration the speed and the precision of the execution plays a vital role at moving these skills in your game.