"What's wrong with my soccer shooting technique?
Why does the ball keep going over?"
If you've ever had that happen to you then today is your lucky day.
Learn how to work on your power shot from distance, your shot with accuracy from up close and any other kind of dip, curve or knuckle you can possible think of.
If you've ever watched a golfer hit a drive far and long they aren't hitting the ball as hard as they possibly can. Why? Well they know if they just hit it all out their technique will suffer and the shot's accuracy and effectiveness will go way down.
A shot in soccer is the same, sacrifice just a touch of power to make sure the technique is spot on. From keeping yourself balanced, to your arm position and of course the contact with your foot being a great finisher is as much about your technique than how hard you hit it.
Learn all the soccer shooting technique you'll ever need to know, then add the power as you start to get the hang of it.
Actually it should be even MORE technically sound (at least when you're starting out) then your dominant foot! Why?
Well sometimes with our dominant and usually more powerful foot we can get away with just smacking the ball as hard as we can sometimes and it working out.
When your foot isn't as strong like your non-dominant one sacrificing that technique for power just won't work out. You don't have the power to just hit it so your technique has to exactly by the book to get something out of it.
Here are some friendly tips to consider when working on your soccer shooting technique for your non-dominant foot: