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This (Steph Curry):

http://thetalentcode.com/2016/10/06/stop-warming-up-start-learning-up/

Has anyone seen a comparable soccer routine featuring a world class player?




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The old established 'structure' has been:
Learning to train
Training to train
Training to compete
Training to win

Now, new coaches just dont possess the communication skills to take a player through the 4 disciplines together with the technical skills and tactical skills that training to win demands.

The brazillian legend Pele had a unique personal way to get ready for training and matches.
He trained to Samba music because the tempo of the music match the speed of touch play that he wanted to be playing at.

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This is one person, does anyone else do it this way? I can understand the myths, but just because one basketball player does it differently that doesn't mean those things are now myths.
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I'm told that there's something similar to Curry's "hard skills" routine featuring a well known soccer player.  Just looking forth details.
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