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Training Your Non-Dominant Foot

Athletes who can switch between both feet have a powerful advantage over their competitors.

Every player, whether naturally or through soccer training, has developed a dominant foot. This foot is their go-to side for passing, shooting or kicking.

While typically right-handed players lean toward their right foot and left-handed players to their left foot, by no means is this always the case. While having a strong foot benefits players, those who are equally strong on both sides are much stronger players.

By strengthening their non-dominant foot during soccer training, players become more effective.

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