You’ve Tried Everything to Improve Your Ball Control.
The Smart Player’s Way to Become a Pro Like Messi
Have you ever felt your fellow teammates aren’t thrilled whenever you’re in control of the ball?
Even worse, there’s always this sensation they’d rather have somebody else responsible for passing the ball at any given moment. Whether you’re a pro, or merely a soccer enthusiast, it always sucks to feel left out of the game.
But let’s be honest for a moment…
Would you trust yourself with the ball if you were anybody else in the team?
I'm sorry for being so blunt, but it’s important you don’t try to fool yourself on this one. Besides… If there’s anyone you owe an answer to this, is to yourself, mate.
Still with me?
And sorry for giving you a dose of tough love so unexpectedly, but it’s the perfect way to filter out those who are too proud to get results...
And those who are ready to become the pro’s they always admired!
Let’s make sure we’re both on the same page first...
No matter if you just started playing soccer yesterday, or if you’re an already frustrated veteran struggling to improve his touch, you don’t have to settle with your current skill set!!
In fact, the reason most players get stuck and even stop playing soccer with their mates is because they’re too proud to admit they have a problem.
Their confidence, at this point, is completely destroyed.
Because of that, they’d rather blame their failures on their fellow teammates or a lack of good circumstances in the game.
The saddest part?
Most of these frustrated players are not lazy when it comes to training.
Actually, you’ll see these guys on a constant grind, training on their own for hours a day, repeating the same drill over and over but…
Their touch doesn’t seem to improve at all!
It’s only natural to feel it’s a hopeless case when weeks and weeks of training seem to amount to no real results. Personally, I wouldn’t judge you if you ever thought about quitting playing soccer.
Is your hard work really hopeless?
Well, I have some news for you..
Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.
Time for more tough love, mate.
No matter if you’ve put 10,000 hours of practice to become a pro (and I’m serious about this) it’s all waste if you’re not practicing what really works.
Smart work is what truly matters in the end.
And smart work means having the right set of knowledge and tools available to get where you need in your trainings. Imagine someone trying to fix a microchip using a hammer…
And no matter what you tell this person, he/she decides to keep at it for 10,000 hours, in the hopes of getting the microchip to work again.
Of course, you’d immediately notice this person not only has the wrong kind of tool, but also, his/her process of fixing the microchip is completely backwards.
But, let’s face it, we’ve all been the hammer guy with the microchip at some point, which means…
We’ve all been kind of insane.
And I don’t mean to worry you, but it’s important to remember:
“Insanity Is Doing the Same Thing Over and Over Again and Expecting Different Results”
I’ll give you a moment to let that sink in …
Ready, mate? Fantastic!
Now that we’ve fully fleshed out the problem, I think you’re ready to hear the unexpected fix we have for you.
If your ball control is the microchip, and 10,000 hours of mindless hard work have proven to be your hammer…
Then what kind of tool are you missing?
Introducing: The Pro Skill Rebounder
Yeah, we chose a simple name…
Because it’s a product that delivers exactly on its promise.
In fact, it’s so effective it was voted the 2018 BEST SOLO TRAINER!
But don’t take my word for it,
just take a look at this video:
As you can see, this tool seems deceptively simple, yet…
Just look at the mindblowing touch of these players, mate. The skills on them are the direct result of smart work, and not just training on autopilot!
The Pro Skill Rebounder has been designed to make sure not a single minute of your training is wasted.
Because of that, it has been designed specifically to:
> Train your muscle memory
> Focus your vision on the field and players instead of the ball.
> Bypass your rational thought.
> Improve your passing and scoring response when you’re under pressure.
Look, it’s spelled C-O-N-F-I-D-E-N-C-E, but when it comes to soccer, these are the 4 elements you should be looking for in a confident soccer player.
Think about it...
Wouldn’t you like to play at such a high skill level, that you no longer need to worry about your technique, and instead you could focus on the game strategy?
Because having this confidence with a huge field vision is the difference between the pros and the amateurs!
And The Pro Skill Rebounder has been developed to become your secret weapon in every training session. Stop worrying about 10,000 boring training hours and start exploiting the features of this incredible solo trainer:
> QUICK TO SET UP, AND PORTABLE - Weighing only 5.98 kgs, you can easily take it to your training session, or simply set it up wherever you want to. No matter the place, your results will follow you.
> PASS LIKE A PRO - The rebounding trains players to pass and take touches like a pro. Practice volleys and half volleys with instep and laces.
> STRONG AND RELIABLE- Even if it’s been designed to be as lightweight as possible, it's been tested by seasoned veterans to withstand the hardest passes...
Because your success in the field matters to us, we have made it simple and convenient!
Now, the Pro Skill Rebounder is usually sold for $199.
But if you don’t waste any time, and realize what a massive tool and deal you’re getting…
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And you’re getting to train the way World Class Superstars are doing it, by paying a small fraction of what it’d usually cost you!
It’s time you stop looking at the ball, and start playing like you’ve always wanted to.
Don’t forget the words of Falcão:
“In football, the worst blindness is only seeing the ball.”