Category: Training Methodology

Coaches & other individuals involved within the physical development & preparation of soccer players have to balance a number of key elements when training players (i.e. technical, tactical, strength & conditioning). Understanding the effects of training and more importantly different types of training on the players total training load is vitally important. ISSPF will open the literature & link specific applied ways elite clubs & coaches assist players in the management of training load.

TRAINING LOAD MANAGEMENT

Football Training Load Management Maximising Performance in Team Sport

This article looks at Training Load Management in football and how to maximise the Performance of your soccer team.

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Considerations for the International Football Player

With the exponential rise in soccer competitions worldwide in recent years, the playing schedules of those selected to their national teams is more taxing than …

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Training Load Management

The speed of the game is quicker and the time that the ball is in play is almost fifteen minutes greater than in the 1990’s. …

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Appropriate Training Loads in Team Sports

Appropriate planning of training is fundamental to optimal sports performance and reduction of injury risk for players. The importance of keeping the injury burden within …

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Developing a team based training model: Training football

Today, many coaches struggle with the preparation of their team to meet all elements of physical, technical, psychological & tactical demands of the game. This …

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How to Structure Your Training Week

The coaching process has been previously described as a complex concept, however, recently it has been down within simple cycles such as planning, execution, analysing …

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Assessment of Permanence Levels of Technical Skills in Primary School Children

Permanence is the continuity in the performance or absence of it. Various permanence methods have been used in motor memory research, and most important ones among these are absolute permanence and relative permanence methods (Schmidt and Lee, 1999).

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Small-Sided Soccer Game (1v1) In Goalkeepers’ Training

Football is characterized by a large number of 1v1 situations that require excellent technical and tactical skills and very good motor and mental preparation.

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Relationship of Start Speed, Acceleration & Speed Performance in Soccer

Start speed, acceleration, and speed performance are critical factors affecting directly football player’s performance.

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Training & Match External Load Ratios in Pro Players: Full-Season Study

Training load can be classified in external load, which represents measures derived from position data or inertial measurement units and can be defined as physical demands imposed during training sessions or match scenarios;

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