Methodical features of the choice of exercises for training football players
Methodical features of the choice of exercises for training football players.
Whatever occupation we are preparing for, we should not be distracted from the goals of the annual program and the specific training plan, although many other factors have to be taken into account when choosing exercises for training.
Schedule specific exercises for the next lesson, you must always take into account the age of the players: depending on this factor, not only the total workout load is regulated, but also the load in its individual parts, as well as the pause between exercises.
The young body can not withstand long heavy loads. Therefore, it is necessary, by reducing the duration of loads, to plan pauses between exercises (first of all between those that contribute to the development of speed, strength and endurance).
If not completely unambiguously, then in general this is also true when choosing exercises for technical and tactical training. The elements of technology selected for learning should be feasible for football players. For example, it is necessary to think very carefully whether the players are prepared for learning the technique of tackling the ball; weigh, whether they will understand and whether they will be able to perform a more complex game exercise, etc.
Along with age, it is necessary to take into account the motive readiness of the players. As a gymnastic complex of general warm-up, schoolchildren who regularly attend physical education classes should choose one exercise and adult players another.
Difficult technical tasks can be included in the training only those players who confidently perform the basic elements of these tasks. Unsuitable preparedness exercises can shake the confidence of players in their abilities.
Approximately the same is the case with the study of tactics. For example, only those footballers who have mastered certain technical skills, possess tactical thinking and have developed physical abilities to the appropriate level are able to master, for example, modern tactics. Selected exercises must match the preparedness of the players.
Preparedness of players should be taken into account from another point of view. You can go forward only when the material studied is fully mastered and assimilated. Haste often leads to irreplaceable spaces. From this point of view, it is especially necessary to watch out for young developing players whose body has not yet been completely formed. Exercises that exceed their strength can not only slow down the development of football player abilities, but also damage health.
Individual coaches give players an unusually large load just before the match: It is a mistake to introduce into a workout before the game and exercises (pull-ups, push-ups, etc.) that affect non-working muscles; Performing such exercises is accompanied by muscle pain.
A variety of training increases the interest of players (especially towards the end of the season). The requirement of diversity relates primarily to the content of the main part of the workout, but applies to all other parts of it.
In pursuit of a variety of exercises, we must not forget that from time to time certain exercises must be repeated.
More often among them must be those that have not yet been worked out to automatism. But even well-known techniques require repetitions (although less often, but also regularly). I am not a supporter of repetitions, which many coaches adhere to: if on Sunday the attacker could not score the “right” goal, then at the next training session he “must” endlessly work out the header.
They choose exercises for warming up depending on the weather: on slippery soil it is almost impossible (and therefore impractical) to improve jumping over the ball, etc. Before choosing exercises, you need to carefully analyze the conditions for their implementation.