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TABLE OF CONTENTS, CHAPTER 1 OPTIMIZING TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL TRAINING. EXERCISES FOR FITNESS DEVELOPMENT 3,CHAPTER 2 BALL ORIENTED WARM UP ROUTINES 19. CHAPTER 3 DEVELOPING POSITION SPECIFIC CONDITIONING NEEDS. WITH FUNCTIONAL TRAINING 38, CHAPTER 4 BALL ORIENTED CONDITIONING DRILLS FOR GOALKEEPERS 63. WORLD CLASS COACHING 1 Total Soccer Conditioning, This is the second volume of a two part book series that presents a completely ball oriented approach. towards conditioning for soccer In the first volume we identified all the fitness requirements of soccer. such as speed agility power strength and endurance and provided numerous activities to target all the. various components, In this volume we offer additional chapters to supplement the information presented in the first and.
provide therefore one of the most comprehensive sources of reference information on soccer. conditioning, In the first Chapter we start by showing how traditional technical and tactical training drills can be. optimized to enhance fitness, The warm up is an essential part of any training session and game preparation In Chapter 2 we address. the physiological benefits of a proper warm up and present a variety of ball oriented warm up activities. that can be used for training or as a part of your match day preparations. Chapters 3 identifies how technical and conditioning requirements can vary depending on player position. and presents position specific exercises and pattern play activities to meet these demands. Goalkeeper training especially goalkeeper specific footwork and conditioning drills is quite often. overlooked at the youth and amateur levels because coaches lack the specialized knowledge for this part. of the sport Chapter 4 identifies the specific physical requirements of goalkeepers and offers simple but. effective exercises that will target these areas,WORLD CLASS COACHING 2 Total Soccer Conditioning. CHAPTER 1 OPTIMIZING TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL TRAINING. EXERCISES FOR FITNESS DEVELOPMENT, In Volume 1 of Total Soccer Conditioning A Ball Oriented Approach we provided a thorough set of. ball oriented exercises and drills that focus on a specific component of conditioning For example in the. Chapter on Strength Training we showed how lunges can be coupled with one touch passing to enhance. lower body strength As a second example in the Chapter focusing on Speed we described how a dribble. and chase activity can be used to develop starting speed and acceleration Overall the exercises we. presented in the first volume were meant to target only one component of soccer conditioning. Designing exercises in such a way is important as it allows your players to concentrate fully on the. specific component being targeted There are times however when coaches have minimal time for fitness. training and therefore exercises structured to target multiple conditioning components may prove. beneficial The most relevant example occurs during the in season where the main conditioning. objectives are maintenance of fitness levels established during the off and pre seasons This can be. difficult with twice a week practices or in weeks when there are multiple games. In the first volume we presented a detailed description of how all fitness components can be targeted in a. 3 week rotational system to meet the conditioning demands of the in season For coaches with severe. time constraints however this can still be a challenge To circumvent this problem this chapter provides. exercises that have been designed to train several components of fitness In addition we present a second. approach to ball oriented conditioning that is the optimization of traditional technical and tactical. training drills to emphasize conditioning The main priority of these exercises is to train a specific. technique or work on match related tactics However the intense nature of the drills allows maintenance. of conditioning levels previously established These exercises are particularly applicable to in season. practices where more emphasis is placed on tactical training exercises and match preparation and less. time is devoted to specific conditioning drills,WORLD CLASS COACHING 3 Total Soccer Conditioning.
4 v 1 Possession and Sprint to Outside Cone, Conditioning and Technical Objectives Develop i short passing technique ii starting speed and. acceleration iii cutting technique iv the ability to maintain possession using the proper angles and. distance of support and v anaerobic endurance, Set up and Directions Divide your players into groups of five 4 attackers versus 1 defender Set up a. 10 yard by 10 yard playing area using four small cones Instruct the players to stand inside the square. One of the attacking players should have a ball Place a large or different coloured cone 5 yards from the. centre of each of the four sides of the playing grid These cones should be to the outside of the playing. area Figure 1 1a,Figure 1 1a, Instruct the attacking players to play keep away from the defender using a maximum of two touches. However each time an attacking player makes a pass they must sprint and touch the large cone on the. outside of the grid that is closest to them before they can resume playing Figures 1 1b and 1 1c. WORLD CLASS COACHING 4 Total Soccer Conditioning,Figure 1 1b Figure 1 1c. Continue this sequence for 90 seconds and then rest for 3 minutes ensuring that you switch defenders. after each repetition This gives a work to rest ratio of 1 2 Complete a total of 4 or 5 repetitions. Coaching Points After making a pass players need to take off as quickly as possible using short. powerful steps They must also maintain appropriate posture when accelerating to and from the cone. Encourage the players to move the ball as quickly as possible but with quality passes In addition ensure. that the players take their first touch in the direction they intend on playing their next pass to and keep an. open body position, Variation You can vary this exercise by having the players perform different movements towards the.
cones such as rapid backpedals or side to side shuffles. Progression You can progress this exercise by having three attackers play against one defender or by. limiting the attackers to one touch,WORLD CLASS COACHING 5 Total Soccer Conditioning. 1 v 1 to Lose an Opponent, Conditioning and Technical Objectives Develop i the ability to receive and make passes under. pressure ii stop and go capacity iii the ability to rapidly change direction using cuts and other actions. and iv anaerobic endurance, Set up and Directions Divide your players into groups of 6 3 pairs Set up a 10 yard by 10 yard playing. area using four small cones Have one player stand at each of the four cones Two of these four players. should have a ball at their feet The remaining two players will stand inside the playing grid one will be. the attacker and the other the marking or tracking defender Figure 1 2a. Figure 1 2a, The objective of this game is for the attacker to receive a pass from one of the two players with a ball and. play it to one of the two players not in possession Figure 1 2b and 1 2c They are not allowed to pass it. back to the player they received the pass from and they are limited to a maximum of two touches. The defender must try and intercept the ball at any time without committing a foul If the defender wins. the ball they simply return it to any player without a ball and the game continues Reward a point for. every successful pass completed by the attacker or for any interception made by the defender. WORLD CLASS COACHING 6 Total Soccer Conditioning,Figure 1 2b Figure 1 2c.
Have each pair play for 90 seconds 45 seconds as a defender and 45 seconds as an attacker Switch. working pairs after every 90 seconds but have all 6 players rest for 30 seconds at the end of each. repetition This works out to be a work to rest ratio of 1 3 Perform a total of 4 to 5 repetitions. Coaching Points Encourage the attacking players to use fakes and cuts in attempt to create space. between themselves and the defender All passes must be firm and to the feet of the player Because the. attacking player is limited to 2 touches maximum they must adjust their bodies prior to receiving the. balls so that their first touch is in the direction of the player they intend on passing to. The defending player must maintain a low centre of gravity and take short quick steps while tracking the. attacker Fast and coordinated footwork is essential. Encourage both players to work as hard as possible for the 90 second period. Progression You can progress this exercise by limiting the attacking player to one touch or by. instructing the players standing at the cones to give bounce passes or air balls. WORLD CLASS COACHING 7 Total Soccer Conditioning,1 v 1 with 4 Small Goals. Conditioning and Technical Objectives, Set up and Directions Divide your players into group of two and two groups together This exercise uses. a 10 yard by 10 yard playing area Set up four small goals 1 5 yards in width using flags or cones in the. centre of each side of the playing area Have a player with a ball the attacker stand in front of any of the. 4 goals with their partner the defender an arm s length away Figure 1 3a. Figure 1 3a Figure 1 3b, The objective for the attacker is to dribble through any of the small goals except for the one they are. standing in front of with the ball under control The defender simply has to prevent the attacker from. scoring Figure 1 3b The attacker must attempt to score as many times as possible but is not allowed to. score in the goal that they last dribbled through If the defender wins the ball or if the ball goes out of. play it is returned to the attacker, Have the players work for 60 seconds switch roles and then continue for another 60 seconds a total of. two minutes Have them rest for 4 minutes before performing the next repetition which gives a work to. rest ratio of 1 2 Direct the second group to go while the other group rests Have each group perform a. total of 4 to 6 repetitions, Coaching Points Encourage the attacking players to use a variety of fakes turns and cuts in attempt to.
create space between themselves and the defender The defending player must maintain a low centre of. gravity and take short quick steps while tracking the attacker Fast and coordinated footwork is essential. Encourage both players to work as hard as possible for the 90 second period. WORLD CLASS COACHING 8 Total Soccer Conditioning, Backpedal and Sprinting Combo with One Touch Passing. Conditioning and Technical Objectives Develop linear acceleration and deceleration ability anaerobic. conditioning as well as one touch passing technique. Set up and Directions Place two small cones 2 yards apart and a large cone 10 yards from the closer. small cone All three cones should be in a straight line Have a player with a ball stand at the large cone. and a second player stand to the right of the small cone furthest away from the other player Figure 1 4a. Set up a station for each pair of players,Figure 1 4a. Play is initiated by the player without the ball accelerating towards their partner who plays a ball for them. to return with one touch Figure 1 4b As soon as they return the pass the working player must rapidly. backpedal towards the starting point As they reach this cone they must decelerate quickly and then. accelerate forwards this time to the left of the small cones towards their partner and again receive and. play a one touch pass Figure 1 4c Continue this process for 60 seconds and then switch partners. WORLD CLASS COACHING 9 Total Soccer Conditioning,Figure 1 4b Figure 1 4c. When on the right of the two small cones the player must use his right foot to return the pass and when. on the left they must use their left This means the non working player must provide quality passes. Coaching Points Good posture and a low centre of gravity must be maintained at all times When. transitioning from backpedaling to sprinting forwards initiate the deceleration process with leg closest to. the cone then plant and push the body forwards with the outside foot. When accelerating forwards the player must maintain good posture and use small powerful steps As. they player is about to play the pass they should decelerate quickly by taking shorter steps and as the. pass is played they must use the supporting leg non passing foot to propel them backwards. When passing the player should be compact over the ball with the supporting leg placed beside the ball. The player must adjust their body as they are about to make contact with the ball so that their hips are. facing the target The follow through of the passing leg should be towards the target. Variation You can vary this exercise by changing the type of pass bounced lobbed etc played into the. working player You may need to give players with weaker technique two touches to start. Progression You can progress this exercise by having a defender start behind the working player who. attempts to win the pass or tries to unbalance the player by applying slight pressure. WORLD CLASS COACHING 10 Total Soccer Conditioning,High Intensity Conditioning Circuit. Conditioning and Technical Objectives Develop i starting speed and acceleration ii cutting technique. iii anaerobic capacity and iv short passing technique. Set up and Directions Divide your players into groups of 4 and set up the following station for each. group Place 2 small cones 2 yards apart and have one player stand with a ball in their hands player 1. behind one of the cones facing the other three players players 2 to 4 that are standing behind the other. cone Figure 1 5a, Set up three larger cones A B C 7 yards behind the cone where player 1 is standing These three.
cones should be 2 yards apart and the middle cone B should be offset by 2 yards Place a 4th large cone. D 7 to 10 yards from Cone C Figure 1 5a,Figure 1 5a. WORLD CLASS COACHING 11 Total Soccer Conditioning, The sequence starts with player 1 tossing a ball to player 2 who returns it with a side footed volley using. the right leg Figure 1 5b Player 1 tosses the ball to player 2 a second time who again returns it again. with a side footed volley this time using the left leg Figure 1 5c This is repeated once So a total of. four passes are completed,Figure 1 5b Figure 1 5c, As soon as the four passes are completed player 1 turns and runs towards cone A Figure 1 5d where. they cut and side shuffle right towards cone B At cone B they perform another cut and then side shuffle. left towards cone C As soon as they reach cone C they accelerate and sprint towards cone D Figure. Figure 1 5d Figure 1 5e, Once player 1 reaches cone D they must quickly job back and join the end of the line. WORLD CLASS COACHING 12 Total Soccer Conditioning, As soon as player 1 runs towards cone A player 2 takes the position of player 1 and player 3 takes the.
position of player 2 Continue this cycle for 2 to 3 minutes and then rest for 3 minutes Have your players. complete 3 or 4 more cycles resting for 3 minutes after every cycle for a total of about 20 to 25 minutes. Coaching Points Encourage quality passes between the players a soft first touch or volley is essential. Players should also be on their toes when passing, When cutting cones A and B they should push off forcefully with the outside leg When side shuffling. the feet are not allowed to cross each other and the players should take small quick steps. Players must accelerate quickly at cone C using short explosive steps They should also keep the centre. of gravity low and lean forwards slightly, Variation Ensure you switch the technical element after every 3 minute sequence Consider doing i. volleys with the laces instep ii control with the chest then volley and iii control with the thigh then. WORLD CLASS COACHING 13 Total Soccer Conditioning,Speed Power and Agility Circuit. Conditioning and Technical Objectives Develop i ability to perform cuts at high speeds ii footwork. and coordination iii explosive power and iv heading one touch passing and shooting technique. Set up and Directions This exercise requires the 18 yard box and the area just outside it for the playing. area and incorporates three different stations as shown in Figure 1 6a Divide your players into three. equal groups and assign each group to an exercise station. Figure 1 6a Figure 1 6b, For Station 1 shown on the left side of Figure 1 6a place a small cone 5 yards outside the box so that it. is line with the top corner of the box Have the group of players stand behind this cone Starting at the top. corner of the box set up 5cones so that they are 3 yards apart and off set by 3 yards Have one of the. group members stand on the goal line with a ball at their feet. When the coach is ready have the player at the front of the cone run towards the first cone As soon as the. reach this cone have them perform a cut and accelerate towards the second cone Upon reaching the. second cone they perform another cut and accelerate towards the third cone Have them continue this. process until they have performed a cut at the 5th and final cone At this point they accelerate towards the. player on the goal line that will play a pass for them to return with one touch Figure 1 6b. The player who has just completed the sequence takes the place of the player on the goal line and that. player joins the end of the line, Coaching Points Emphasize good cutting technique and encourage the players to do the sequence as.
quickly as possible but under control Ensure quality firm and accurate passes from the players. WORLD CLASS COACHING 14 Total Soccer Conditioning,.

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