Author: Javier López López
Publisher: Wanceulen S.L.
80 fichas completas para el entrenamiento de toda la temporada de un equipo de fútbol fase de edad benjamín. Cada sesión viene desarrollada al completo: periodo competitivo, mesociclo y microciclo al que pertenece cada una; su duración; objetivos técnicos, tácticos, físicos y psicológicos; y el desarrollo de cada una de las actividades que componen cada sesión, con representación gráfica y minuciosa explicación. Puede aplicarse literalmente o utilizarse como guía modificando y adaptando el contenido a las características de nuestro equipo
Author: Javier López López
Publisher: Wanceulen S.L.
80 fichas completas para el entrenamiento de toda la temporada de un equipo de fútbol base de categoría prebenjamín. Cada sesión viene desarrollada al completo: periodo competitivo, mesociclo y microciclo al que pertenece cada una; su duración; objetivos técnicos, tácticos, físicos y psicológicos; y el desarrollo de cada una de las actividades que componen cada sesión, con representación gráfica y minuciosa explicación. Las actividades utilizan la metodología global. Se puede utilizar como libro de aplicación directa al entrenamiento por la claridad en la estructura de las sesiones y de las actividades propuestas. pero también puede utilizarse como guía en la planificación de la temporada y aportar las modificaciones que se pudieran decidir sobre las actividades propuestas.
Author: Varios Autores
Publisher: Wanceulen Editorial
Valoración de las situaciones de uno contra uno en fútbol. Enseñanza y aprendizaje de los principios ofensivos y defensivos teniendo el juego como fundamento. El juego colectivo: la táctica y estrategia en fútbol actual. Bases para la detección y selección de talentos para el fútbol de alto rendimiento. La resistencia desde el punto de vista de la evolución de sus tipos y sistemas de entrenamiento. Metodología global y metodología analítica: su aplicación al proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje de la técnica y la táctica en el fútbol.
Author: Malcolm Cook
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Soccer Training: Games, Drills and Fitness Practices brings together games and routines recommended by some of the world's top coaches. A practical training handbook for soccer coaches, it contains over 60 practices and drills aimed at developing specific skills, from controlling and passing the ball to tackling, shooting and goalkeeping. It also features photographs of leading players in action. This eighth edition also looks at all aspects of the modern player's fitness needs (aerobic and anaerobic fitness, strength training, core stability, agility and flexibility) and features updated illustrations throughout and action shots of the current crop of young football stars.
Author: Martí Perarnau
Access inside the changing room and behind the scenes that any journalist or writer would kill for... Perarnau's insights are astonishing' - Graham Hunter 'Write about everything you see. Be as critical as you like' - Pep Guardiola to Martí Perarnau, Summer 2013 Martí Perarnau was given total access to Bayern Munich during season 2013-14. This book represents the first time in the modern era that a writer has got this close to one of the elite teams of world football. At the invitation of Pep Guardiola, he shadowed the Catalan, his staff and his superstar players during training and on matchdays. Bayer smashed domestic records on their way to the double, but were humiliated by Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final. Perarnau was with them every step of the way. Perarnau is with Guardiola as he is courted by the world's greatest clubs during his sabbatical in New York. We hear Guardiola explain in detail the radical tactical moves which transform Bayern's season and reprogramme the players who will win the World Cup with Germany. Perarnau talks exclusively and in fascinating detail with an array of players, including Arjen Robben, Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm, Thiago Alc?ntara and Bastian Schweinsteiger. Pep Confidential is much more than the story of a season - it is also a lasting portrait of one of the greatest coaches in sport.
Author: Doug Pederson
Publisher: Hachette Books
How does an underdog become a champion? One of the most innovative, gutsy, and dynamic head coaches in the NFL reveals the strategies behind building the Eagles team that shocked the world by winning the Super Bowl. Doug Pederson is the very definition of an underdog. He was an undrafted rookie free agent who would go on to play fourteen years in the NFL as a backup quarterback. He was cut five times, yet kept getting back up and into the fray. He would win one Super Bowl, with the Green Bay Packers. When he retired, he decided to coach, but not at the pro level. Instead, he was head coach of Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana. After a successful four-year stint there, he returned to the NFL as an assistant coach under Andy Reid with the Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, where he was instrumental in the development of quarterback Alex Smith and his string of 3,000-plus-yard seasons of passing. When he was offered the job as head coach of the Eagles, he jumped at it, though few thought he would succeed. In the first season, a year of rebuilding, they finished 7-9. Some doubted his abilities, and before the 2017 season, one "expert" called Pederson the least qualified coach in thirty years. Plagued by the sidelining of seasoned players and devastated by quarterback Carson Wentz's season-ending knee injury, the Eagles managed a 13-3 record and home-field advantage in the playoffs. Yet they were still the underdogs in every single game, including the Super Bowl, against the New England Patriots, one of the greatest dynasties in the history of the NFL. It wasn't until they stunned the Patriots that people finally believed in Pederson and his team. In Fearless, Pederson reveals the principles that guided him through the ups and downs and tough times of his career, and what it took to become a champion. Through it all, Pederson sustained himself with his faith and the support of his family. He shares the defining stories of his life and career, growing up with his disciplinarian Air Force dad and his tender-hearted mom, developing friendships with Dan Marino and Brett Favre, and learning from mentors, such as Don Shula, Mike Holmgren, and Andy Reid, who helped mold him into the man and coach he is today. Fearless captures Pederson's coaching and leadership philosophies and reveals the brilliant mind and indomitable spirit of a man who has entered the pantheon of great coaches.
Author: Marcus A. Dibernardo
Maybe you are asking what exactly is a passing pattern and how will it make my team better? Passing patterns are designed patterns which players execute in a pre-set order. The patterns can range from very simple to very complex. The 20 Professional Soccer patterns in the book can be adjusted to fit many levels. These are the same patterns that FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich FC use in training. The most important thing to remember when training passing patterns is “The Secret Is In The Details”. What I mean by details is as follows; firmness of the pass, proper timing and movement of the receiving player, proper body position of the player receiving the ball, proper technique of the passer and receiver, eye contact with receiver before passing the ball, using correct passing and receiving surface, establishing a rhythm of play with teammates, executing the drill at a challenging level and always remaining focused. If you want your team to improve their passing ability then this is the book for you. Pay attention to the details, make sure the patterns are trained under the deliberate practice guidelines and keep it fun.
Author: Barbara E. Ainsworth, Caroline A. Macera
Publisher: CRC Press
Physical activity remains a critical area of research as we consider cost-effective measures for lowering the chronic disease epidemic worldwide. In our increasingly automated society, many adults and children are not active at health-enhancing levels. In Physical Activity and Public Health Practice, a panel of respected researchers summarizes essential topics in physical activity and community health and guides public health practitioners and researchers in understanding the positive impact that physical activity has on a host of disease states. Focusing on the benefits of physical activity across the human lifespan with emphasis on primary and secondary prevention of chronic diseases and conditions, the book examines: Historical insights into physical activity and health Public health philosophy and approaches to understanding health concerns Application of public health strategies to increase physical activity in youth, adults, and older adults Known and effective policy and environmental approaches applied to various settings, including schools, worksites, and the community The role of physical activity on growth and development and in relation to obesity Methods for measuring physical fitness and applying U.S. Physical Activity Guidelines for exercise prescriptions How to promote physical activity among hard-to-reach populations A goal of all physical activity health promotion advocates is to increase the opportunity for citizens to live active, healthy lives. Understanding the immense role physical activity plays in human health is critical to shaping programs and policies that will benefit the population. This volume catalogs the latest research and provides a window into future possibilities for creating healthier communities.
Author: Hal Higdon
Presents questions and answers from the "Ask the Experts" column on America Online, with tips on equipment, technique, training, racing, and health and fitness
Author: Alexander Sutherland Neill
Publisher: St Martins Press
A guide to experimental education, originally published in 1960 and expanded for the 1990s, features a discussion of how American education lags behind the rest of the world and what people can do to change that.