with Schellas Hyndman,FC Dallas (MLS) Head Coach;former Southern Methodist University Head Men's Soccer Coach,led SMU to three NCAA Division I College Cups;fourth on the all-time win list of NCAA Division I Soccer CoachesNSCAA Coach of the Year (1981);7x NSCAA/Adidas Regional "Coach of the Year,"past NSCAA president (2005), NSCAA Director of Coaching EmeritusCoach Schellas Hyndman, 27-year college coaching veteran and six-time conference coach of the year (WAC, MVC), shares the pressure defensive methods and principles that ranked him second in wins among active Division I college soccer coaches.Through seven full-field drills, Coach Hyndman uses markerboard presentation and extensive on-field demonstration to teach the defensive pressure principles that each player and team needs to function as one unit and to aggressively win the ball. Each drill emphasizes and breaks down the strong zones for your defensive unit, including attack, midfield, and strong-side pressing. Coach Hyndman will teach you how to attain good, consistent positioning for each player to maximize defensive pressure and move together as a team unit. Each of these exercises will help your team take and maintain control of the game by staying aggressive, winning the ball, and getting to the goal. With a 21-1 record in 2001, Coach Hyndman's Mustangs scored 45% of their goals by winning balls in the opponent's half of the field and these drills show how to practically achieve this objective using full-field defensive pressure to result in team success. This video, along with the 2v2 Pressure Defense Drills video, will help you build a dominant defensive pressure system that every team needs!42 minutes. 2004.Available in DVD format only.
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