Basic movement to increase the flexibility of the ankle and focus on the point of contact on the foot and on the ball. The position of the toes is important when doing this as well as developing a rhythm.
Bringing together two basic ball mastery activities and combining them to shift your weight, direction of the ball and increase the rotation and flexibility of the foot. Good for beginners and advanced players who can challenge themselves for speed. Develop the rhythm first and speed later.
Sole taps and slide involves ankle and foot rotation/flexibility, transferring weight from one foot to another, plyometrics and coordination. This is a physical demanding activity so rest between repetitions would be helpful.
This ball mastery technique involves rotating the ankle and foot around the ball, transferring body weight as well as some plyometrics. A difficult technique for intermediate players, this takes practice but will give the players more confidence with the ball if they work at it.