Gofox, 11 October 2020
Knowing the number of players present at training is essential to prepare it properly. Indeed, this will allow, during the creation of the session, to plan the exercises in the best possible way, both in terms of equipment and the fluidity of the session.
A training session consists of three parts: a warm-up, specific training and a return to calm.
The warm-up consists of laps around the field and/or small games designed to get the body moving.
The training varies according to the level of the players and the time of the season. A training session consists of a set of exercises aimed at improving the skills that the trainer wishes to work on. It covers individual technical aspects, collective techniques, tactics, and mental aspects. It is important to ensure that the training sessions are progressive and evolutionary.
At the end of the session, the return to calm can take the form of an end game, which allows the players to find themselves in a more concrete situation and to create better cohesion within the team.
The training theme will be the guiding line of the session and involves a selection of specific exercises.
The course of the session must be understood and shared by all, so that players and trainers are focused on the objective to be achieved.
The trainer must adapt the training to the team. He has to pay attention to different key elements such as the level of the players and the strengths and weaknesses of the team as a whole.
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