How can you or your kid be a better soccer player? Other than team practices and games, soccer players have limited chances to work on their kicking, passing and dribbling skills. Public parks don’t have soccer goal nets, like the permanent nets installed in basketball and tennis courts.
Most backyards are not the best for practicing. The space is too small, contains flower beds that can be easily damaged and walls not high enough to block an airborne ball landing in the neighbor’s yard. This soccer trainer is perfect for solo training either in the backyard or park. Give your kid (or yourself) a chance to improve soccer skills – no more ball chasing!
Contributor: Nicholas Christensen from Lottery Critic