Qualitative Analysis Of Dribbling Technique

Put yourself in the role of a youth soccer coach. After working on several dribbling drills, you begin a more game-like drill where one player consistently performs as in the illustration in Figure 10.2. Use the technique points and biomechanical principles in Table 10.2 to help guide your observation and qualitative analysis of Figure 10.2. What biomechanical principles are strengths or weaknesses in this performance? Diagnose the performance and decide what would be a good intervention to help this player improve.

Figure 10.2. A soccer player dribbling during a scrimmage.
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