The Aerobic and Anaerobic Training in Soccer
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- Brand: Sports Science
- Product Code: bangsbo
The author of this book is Dr. Jens Bangsbo a professor at the internationally renowned Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences "August Krogh, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
From 2001 to 2004, served as assistant coach the first team of Juventus FC, winning two Italian championships, two Super Cups and being present in the final of the Champions League in 2003. Bangsbo has been part of the coaching team from Denmark who participated in EURO2004.
He is an instructor of UEFA and FIFA.
As a player made more than 350 games in the league of their country, and even international Danish, on the level of youth teams, either as a senior.
He is the author of several books, each of which has been published in several languages. He has published over 200 scientific articles and is also editor of several books about the connection between science and this method is to join the group "Football and science. His ability to combine scientific knowledge with their years of experience in the land of football, make it widely respected throughout the world.
The preface of the book
The last World Cup proved that football at its highest level is now a game for athletes extraordinarily trained. Even at lower levels, the quality of play is dramatically affected by the level of physical fitness of its participants. In other words, the technical / tactical game can not be divorced from the physical capacity of players - hence, the science of training has become synonymous with the art of the game.
Dr. Jens Bangsbo, author of this excellent book, is truly an expert in this area. He is a football man and a sports scientist - someone who can simplify the theory and physiology at the same time provide a practical guide for trainers.
In this volume, it providence the reader an excellent source of references on the training, planning and development of players. This is a valuable book for both coaches and for students in the area, particularly because the fundamental theory is closely linked to practical examples.
Jens Bangsbo worked for Juventus FC and other top clubs, the federation Danish (Dansk FA), and the UEFA and FIFA. He is recognized and respected throughout the football community. As Technical Director of UEFA, is delighted to support the Jens, writing the preface of his new book: The aerobic and anaerobic in Football. No doubt I'll find a place for this volume in my collection of important reference books.
UEFA technical director
Over the years, I had the opportunity to participate in many sessions of physical training, which later I realized its low value. This is due to training have a limited relevance for football, or because the improvements won in any particular aspect to be quickly lost as a result of not being kept your workout. It is important that physical training is specific and efficient, allowing one physical development that is relevant to football, be able to invest more time in training on other aspects of the game, such as their technical and tactical elements. A great way to get the desired effect is to perform physical training with the ball, especially through forms and other financial moves. It will not only improve the level of physical condition, but will also develop the technical and tactical qualities of the players, keeping them highly motivated. During my years as assistant coach of the team's main Juventus FC had the opportunity to see how important this type of training. These issues are particularly important when the players have only one or two training sessions per week.
The results of scientific studies can help understand the requirements and limitations of physical performance in football. This knowledge, combined with practical experience, provides a good basis in planning programs for training excellent physical condition. In 1994 tried to take this approach in the book "Fitness Training in Football - a Scientific Approach" which was based on the investigations described in the book "Physiology of Soccer" published the same year. I was pleased to discover that the book aroused interest among the coaches and that at present, is translated into ten languages. This encouraged me to update and edit of the material in this book, bringing the book with a number of new features including a chapter on "Development and training of young players."
The book covers the basic requirements for a coach at the training of physical condition, corresponding to the UEFA B license For the UEFA A level, it is necessary to further knowledge in areas such as training of muscular strength, muscular endurance training, flexibility training, assessment, nutrition and hydration. These issues will be addressed in future books "Muscle Specific Training in Soccer", "Evaluation of Physical Condition in Football" and "Nutrition in Football. My hope is that this book and the following can help to bridge the gap between science and practice, and it would improve the preparation for competition and training of physical fitness in football.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the coaches and players, including players for Juventus and the selection of Denmark, for their great effort in numerous studies. I also extend my gratitude to all those who helped me in scientific studies that constitute the basic material of the books. The great help in editing the book, and thanks to Ylva Hellsten, the Institute of Exercise and Sport Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Football is not a science --
but science can improve the level of football.
The contents of the book
Characteristics of physical fitness training 13
Energy production 13
Requirements of the game 20
Types of fitness training 22
Methods of training 28
Training in 32 female
Physical development and training
35 young players
Physical development of young players 35
The training of young players 46
Heating and recovery 55
Recovery Activities 71
The training session 77
What is the heart? 77
How to measure heart rate 78
Exercise intensity and heart rate 80
Reasons to measure heart rate 82
When measuring heart rate 84
Training Exercises 84
Types of aerobic training 90
Aerobic training of low intensity (BI) 91
Aerobic BI 93
Aerobic medium intensity (MI) 98
Aerobic MI 99
Aerobic high-intensity (AI) 106
Aerobic AI 113
Types of anaerobic training 138
Velocity exercises 141
Training speed-resistance 150
Exercises speed-resistance 155
Planning the time 173
The pre-season 174
The time 188
Interval mid-season 192
Periods of reduced training 196
Preparing for a tournament 200