Soccer strength and conditioning — what you need to know

Soccer strength and conditioning — what you need to know

A soccer strength and conditioning programme is essential as it’s one of the most demanding sports out there. There are some basics to getting the right exercise regime that will benefit your game.

Did you know in a soccer game the average player covers anything up to 12km during a match, that is more than seven miles! Some of that time you will be sprinting, other times just walking. That means that interval training, with work followed by rest, is a good part of your soccer strength and conditoning regime.

There is also one more thing you might be surprised to know — weight training might not help your soccer strength and conditioning workouts. If you are doing the standard three repititions of ten, you might be getting more muscular — but it could well be at the expense of stamina and recovery — that is not going to work to your benefit for the last twenty minutes of a match. It may also limit your flexibility.

Getting a complete soccer strength and conditioning work is difficult, as you need both upper and lower body work to compete for the ball in the air, to get power when you jump and to hold off players.

The best answer is probably some form of circuit training, ideally involving replicating some common soccer movements.

For the best in time efficient soccer fitness programmes strength training and conditioning offers you some great secrets, while it is well worth finding out how the two for two rule can transform your strength and conditioning workouts for the better!

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