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Conditional/Physical Training

Coordination and Agility

Coordination in football/soccer maybe defined as the capability of the player to handle soccer-specific and general situations in a confident, economic and rapid way. Coordination requires a high level of interaction between the motor and muscular systems. Coordination also depends on a players sense of timing, e.g. when running onto a ball played into space, the player must judge the...
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Strength Training

Strength training is by the definition a planned and structured means of exercising with appropriate resistance that a participant gradually pregresses as the musculoskeletal system becomes stronger. There are different forms of strength, but in soccer we can focus on  maximum strength (the highest level of muscle force that can be produced), strength endurance (the ability to maintain a consistent...
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Proprioceptive Training for Soccer Players

Proprioception means sense of self. Usually when we use the term proprioception we discuss injury prevention and muscle performance. Proprioception can be simply described as the awareness of body position. The information about joint movement, muscle force and length is provided by small structures called propriceptors, that are found in muscles, ligaments and tendons. People have varying degrees of proprioception...
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Circuit training for strength maintenance

Matic Tepeš: “Building strength in soccer doesn’t require fancy training equipment. The players just need to focus on quality movements and develop strength that transfers to the pitch.” Soccer involves repeated powerful movements like kicking, sprinting, jumping and tackling. Specific to soccer, jump height, sprint performances and aerobic endurance are highly correlated with maximal strength in male soccer players. As...
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