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Goalkeepingskills.com: touch cone and catch drill

Goalkeepingskills.com: touch cone and catch drill

A Goalkeepingskills.com challenge aimed at increasing your speed in covering your 6 yard box. Place two cones a couple of paces either side of you. Touch one cone, return to centre to catch the ball, throw it back and touch the other cone. Repeat as many times as you can in 20 seconds. Your score is how many times you successfully catch the ball. Are you faster than the Preston North End goalkeeper doing this drill in the demo video below?   more about this challenge...

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    Worthster

    Worthster

    Score: 7

    Poor. My feet were getting stuck

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    Dinosaur

    Dinosaur

    Score: 6

    Horrendously muddy. Ground churned up by Worthster before I had a go. That's my excuse anyway

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    TeamKonkura

    TeamKonkura

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    Worthster

    Score: 7

    Poor. My feet were getting stuck


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Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase skill

Challenge targets: whole body

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

A Goalkeepingskills.com challenge aimed at increasing your speed in covering your 6 yard box.

Place two cones a couple of paces either side of you. Touch one cone, return to centre to catch the ball, throw it back and touch the other cone. Repeat as many times as you can in 20 seconds.

Your score is how many times you successfully catch the ball.

Are you faster than the Preston North End goalkeeper doing this drill in the demo video below?


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