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Designing Your Conditioning Program- Fit to a T- Quick Starter Kit PDF

Designing Your Conditioning Program- Fit to a T- Quick Starter Kit

No two conditioning programs are alike. If something "fits to a T" then it's perfect for your purpose and no one else.

We have come up with a 7-T system to fit you to your T to get your athletes fit to perform at their best.

Soccer conditioning includes in the gym and on the pitch with and without the ball.

Decisions of what to do are highly individualized based on time, facility and needs of the athlete.

We have selected articles based on club/high school* and collegiate/advanced play to help you get started now.

These articles are select as examples; your job is to make them fit to your T. Twice weekly you’ll be receiving additional articles to add to your 7- T system library.

*Note: recently the United States Soccer Federation announced a new policy that will uncouple high school soccer and the training of top youth players.

While we take no position on this policy, weight room access to club players will be more on a limited basis since many club facility don’t have a fully equiped weight room that is found in most high schools across the United Sates. T-1 Training Age/History This T is to avoid doing too much or the wrong thing.

All too often advanced programs are prescribed to young, developing athletes.

All information present is assigned a training age beginning, intermediate and advanced.

Training age is defined as:

Beginning-Level athletes with training age of 0 to 2 years.

Intermediate-Level athletes with training age of 2 to 4 years.

Advance-Level athletes with training age of over 4 years.

Training age year is continuous year-round conditioning beyond just playing soccer.

Training history is the summary of training age experience.

If your athletes have trained on their own or with another coach it’s important to learn what they have done.

This will allow you to establish training age, habits, needs etc. Also history should include injuries and the response to rehabilitation.

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