CSC Juggle Club Rules:
- Players can only use their feet. You are allowed to use other parts of your body other than your hands but these touches will not count to your juggle count.
- When the ball Hits the ground, Start over.
- Players will be asked to perform these juggles in front of a coach if there is any doubt.
- Levels. 150 juggles, 300 juggles, and 500 juggles and 1000 juggles. Players will be given a T-Shirt with the number of juggles on the design of the T-shirt. Players will be photographed in their shirt and have it posted to the website. If you get 500 juggles you will just receive the 500 shirt instead of all three shirts
- Once the player gets to the correct level of juggles he/she will contact Andy Pritchard at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will get with you at his convenience and get you your T-Shirt.
Make sure when doing this you are light on your toes. It’s also helpful to get a pattern going with juggling and stick to the pattern. Although it may take longer, try to alternate feet. Your weak foot will mess you up a lot initially but in the long run you will be a more complete juggler and be able to achieve a greater number. Dedication yourself to this and you will see your first touch in the game develop a great deal. Set yourself goals weekly/monthly. Set a period of time each day to beat those goals.
About The Program
What is Juggling?
Juggling is the act of keeping the ball in the air without using ones hands or feet. It’s an individual skill that teaches and improves ball mastery and body control, for soccer players this means using different body parts ( laces, thigh, chest and head ) to maintain control of the ball in the air without it touching the ground, and without using your HANDS!! Juggling is one of the most entertaining skills in soccer, and with lots of practice and hard work you can master the art of soccer juggling.
As a player why should I Juggle?
A players touch and ball mastery is vital in the game of soccer, and juggling can greatly improve ones touch and mastery of the ball. Working on being able to juggle the ball consistently, will give you more confidence while performing in games and training sessions. Skills such as passing, receiving, dribbling and shooting can significantly improve. Moreover, it’s a great way to learn how the ball reacts off of different surfaces of the body and playing turf. Not to forget, IT’S FUN and you can show off in front of your teammates.
When to Juggle?
The great thing about juggling is that you can practice it anywhere and any time, all it takes is YOU and YOUR BALL!! The most effective way to achieving your personal juggle goals is to PRACTICE ON YOUR OWN!!! Beating your score and competing against yourself are important keys to improving your game and becoming the best player you can be. Juggling a soccer ball with your feet, thighs or head is a great activity for players at all levels. A perfect activity to practice in your spare time, and also can become a great workout.