5v5+2 Possession Game With Four End Zones

By Alex Trukan The possession game 5v5+2 with four end zones has multiple outcomes important for player development. From the technical and tactical perspective, it can be used to develop passing, support, creating space and transition concepts. Looking from the … Continue reading

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3v2 Game with Aerobic Power

By Alex Trukan This exercise is focused on developing aerobic power in 3v2 transition scenario. The aim from the physical point of view is to improve players’ power to recover, what in turn leads to producing more actions throughout the … Continue reading

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Possession Game to Develop Aerobic Power

By Alex Trukan The following practice is aimed at developing the ability to sustain many actions throughout the whole match. In example, that will enable players to produce the same amount of sprints in the first as well as last … Continue reading

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Aerobic Power in 5v5 Small Sided Game

By Alex Trukan The exercise is focused on improving Aerobic Power. This physical component helps in recovering more efficiently and quickly after high intensity, anaerobic actions. Therefore, it helps to maintain quantity of explosive efforts of the players throughout the … Continue reading

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Overlapping Runs with Aerobic Power

Jebreel Bubtana This is a great exercise to teach your team how to make overlapping runs and work on their aerobic power. Set up the field as shown below in figure 1, with two feeders and three others who will … Continue reading

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Aerobic endurance in possession game 2v2+4

By Alex Trukan This exercise is focused on improving aerobic endurance. Developing this physical component will enable the players to maintain high quantity of actions throughout the whole match. In addition to that, it includes technical content such as passing, … Continue reading

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