1 v 1 Line Game

By Alex Trukan The presented exercise is a 1v1 line dribbling game which can be used as an extensive speed endurance conditioning game. This practice is very simple to organise and manage, but at the same time due to constant … Continue reading

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1v1 Circuit focused on Anaerobic Endurance

By Alex Trukan This practice combines multiple 1v1 situations with the physical component of Anaerobic Endurance. The organisation of the exercise allows many repetitions of maximal intensity efforts, what is aimed to improve the ability of the body to sustain … Continue reading

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1v1 situations and Anaerobic Power

By Alex Trukan This exercise is focused on developing Anaerobic Power in one of the variations of 1v1 situation. Organisation of the practice encourages players to dribble, shoot and change direction on the maximum intensity. Set up and directions Set … Continue reading

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Explosive Power In Continuous 1v1s

By Alex Trukan The exercise is focused on improving explosive power in 1v1 situations. This fitness component is responsible for better quality of speed and strength in football actions. Therefore, development of explosive power can help in winning running duels, … Continue reading

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Speed and Power in 1v1

By Alex Trukan This exercise is focused on improving Speed and Power in 1v1 situations. Maximum effort up to 10 seconds improves quality (explosiveness) of football actions by enhancing anaerobic energy system. 1v1 duels are present in all areas of … Continue reading

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Counter Attacking and the Recovering Defender 1v1s

By Jebreel Bubtana This exercise works on counter attacking and recovering as a defender. Set up the field as shown below in figure 1, with two goals 25 yards apart and two lines of players to the right of each … Continue reading

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