The strength and conditioning discipline within ISSPF will encompass, explain & show how modern soccer specific related training methods can assist in developing the entire physical capacity of the soccer player, and what is required to allow them to progress & maximally prepare them for training and match-play. ISSPF professors will reveal the importance of conditioning the player in a very specific way using very applied methodologies linking the science and the art of coaching.
As athletic development progresses through football training it’s vital to know the importance of micro-dosing strength training in soccer.
All football coaches and managers need to understand the Importance of Strength Training in Soccer to overcome fatigue and injuries in games
Contrast water therapy involves immersing your body in 1 of 2 temperature controlled water baths, alternating 1 – 2 minutes in cold water and 1 -2 minutes in hot water used as recovery strategies in football
During football games it’s very frequent for players to lose their balance which is why using parkour techniques can improve stability.
The engagement and recent developments in both the tactical detail and physical performance of team sport athletes, has been as a result of sport science …
In a previous article we discussed how you could use soccer itself as a conditioning tool for your players. These games all vary in size as shown …
Hip -strength assessment is fundamental in the clinical examination to predict musculoskeletal injuries in athletes.
Futsal is a 40-minute game (20 minutes each half with a 10-minute half-time break) played by 2 five-player teams on a 40320-m court with 332-m goals.
Isokinetic dynamometry is commonly used to evaluate muscle strength and imbalances between the knee flexors and extensors in soccer players.
Stretching is used to increase the range of motion around the joint, prevent injury, and also is recommended to improve athletic performance.