Fitness drills

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  1. Matt112

    Matt112 FHF Newbie

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    I have got spare time at a pitch before all of my training sessions: what are some good drills/ excercises that can improve my speed and stamina, if so how many reps how long etc.
     
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    Depends on what you need to work on.

    I remember for one year our university team had to run around a lake next to the turf (3.8km) before trainings.

    Needless to say we were in prime condition by midway through the season.
     
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    Yeah, you could do a (double or triple or even more) winder? Run to the 25 and back, then half way and back, then 75, back back, then full full pitch and back, as many times as you see fit.
     
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    What Position are you? My trainers got a few basic routines you could use?
     
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    l play in cm or on the wing usually.
     
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    I’d like to improve my game off the ball overall: footwork,stamina and speed.
     
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    I use a consistent pattern for both warm-up and training, the only difference is how many repetitions.

    Starting from one end.
    The first and second lengths are jog to the other end and back at a good pace.
    The third length is of strafing, one quarter each side quick and one quarter each side slow with vertical push.
    The fourth length is a quarter jog, break into sprint from 23ML to 23ML, and the last quarter is used to slow and stop.

    After the first set, do appropriate stretches for legs, body, arms. For a game warm-up, I'll do one or two more lengths of jogging. For a training warm-up, repeat the set. For pure fitness training, 60 second break and repeat the set, 60 seconds and repeat, until 60 seconds is not sufficient rest to start the next set.
     

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