8 DRILLS EVERY TRAINING SESSION NEEDS PDF - sports training

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8 DRILLS EVERY TRAINING SESSION NEEDS PDF

8 DRILLS EVERY TRAINING SESSION NEEDS PDF

8 DRILLS EVERY TRAINING SESSION NEEDS PDF


Fitness training for football used to involve gruelling cross-country runs, but if you just do that you’ll find yourself struggling on the football pitch.
You need to build a base of fitness around endurance, and there’s a time and a place for aerobic training – but you also need to focus on your ability to perform repeated sprints. Remember that game when Gareth Bale – then playing for Tottenham – destroyed Inter Milan’s Maicon in the Champions League? How many metres do you think he covered sprinting? An astonishing 719.
So what exactly do you define as a sprint?
It’s a run that’s faster than seven metres per second – that works out at running the 100m in 14 seconds.
If you’re able to perform at a fraction of this level in the amateur game you’ll have a huge advantage.
Plus, football isn’t played in straight lines; it involves stop-start direction changes.
To help you build anaerobic fitness and agility here’s a drill that challenges you to develop both...

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