Analysis of small sided games training in elite youth soccer players PDF
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Analysis of small sided games training in elite youth soccer players PDF

Within studies the youth soccer player has not extensively been studied compared to adult players (Castagna et al., 2003: Harley et al., 2010).



Analysis of small sided games training in elite youth soccer players


Studies examining youth soccer players physical and time motion performance in an across age range group analysis are limited (Goto et al., 2013).

Recognising youth soccer player’s physical and time motion demands in relation to player age, is important to allow individual weaknesses and strength needs to be addressed relative to game demands, further allowing for development within age specific soccer training.

Limited information in competitive games, SSGs and training performance exists for elite youth soccer players aged 9 to 16 years in relation to running efforts and speeds achieved, having this relevant information would allow greater understanding of distance covered load and running speed thresholds.

Measurements of youth player workload responses provides access to valuable information, relative to physiological responses and potential achievement in relation to player development, talent identification and therefore help to show how training should be structured.

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