Magic Diamond Dribbling Activity with Marcus Wood,
Hardin-Simmons University Head Women’s Soccer Coach;
2010 NCAA D-III National Champions; 2010 NSCA National Coach of the Year;
2017 NCAA D-III Final Four appearance; over 330 career wins;
led Hardin-Simmons to 15 straight American Southwest Conference titles (16 overall)
Head coach Marcus Wood walks through 21 of his most-used passing and receiving activities that will help your team automate the technique. Coach Wood uses passing patterns to raise the technical abilities of his players so when game situations occur, they are prepared to play at a high level.
Coach Wood explains the drill on the whiteboard and then shows video footage of the drills from a practice session.
We are providing this drill to give you ideas on how to enhance your current practice drills. The idea is not to implement it exactly as is, but rather to tweak it to make it fit your system.
There is sound with the video, so please make sure that your sound is on.
This is a YouTube video, so you will need to be on a network that does not block YouTube videos.
For more information about Marcus Wood’s “Magic Diamond” Passing & Receiving Drill for Soccer, click here: 21 Passing/Receiving Activities for Reinforcing Effective Ball Movement & Off-Ball Movement Skills – Soccer — Championship Productions, Inc.