How to Chest Trap in Soccer
If it's your dream to play for a soccer team, then you have to learn the basics. To chest trap a ball is a must for mid-strikers and defenders alike. Start with step 1 to learn how it's done.
Spread your legs, shoulder width, for balance.
Take the ball a little over your chest and at arm's length.
Throw the ball lightly towards your chest.Make sure you are slightly bending back.
Receive the ball below your chest bone.Note that it should be in the center, as hitting the ball in the sides would lead to it bouncing away in different directions.
Raise your head a little, keeping eyes on ball, to avoid hitting your jaw.
Practice on a wall by throwing it and receiving the ball just like you did before.You could also ask your friend to shoot the ball towards you.
Once you are comfortable with doing this, try bending to the left or right while receiving the ball giving the ball its direction.
QuestionHow can I be fearless when trapping the ball from the sky?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerDon't even think about it. Just do it. If you still are fearful, then try practicing how to trap the ball at home. The more you practice, the more confident you will become.Thanks!
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- Make sure you are bending back with your shoulders slightly hunched.
- Get the ball to land as close to you as possible.
- You should first find the sweet spot where you would receive the ball.
- You might like to have a little deflated ball for easier control.
Video: How to do a Chest Trap
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