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1 AFC COACH EDUCATION PREPARING ACTIONS Particular knowledge for Futsal coaches

2 AFC COACH EDUCATION In order for Futsal players to be able to fully explore their abilities, it is vital to run efficiently, Allowing body to use as little energy as possible while maintaining the requirements to run in width and length with different type of running INTRODUCTION As important as anything in Futsal: Click here Video

3 AFC COACH EDUCATION Biomechanics is the science concerned with the internal and external forces acting on the players and the effects produced by these forces. At the highest levels of matches in which techniques play a major role, improvement comes so often from: Pay attention to details carefully that a coach can never afford to leave these details by chance or guesswork. For coaches, knowledge of biomechanics might be regarded as essential. BIOMECHANICS

4 AFC COACH EDUCATION The study of the different movement patterns during game and practice. Coaches, whether they recognize biomechanics or not, are likewise concerned with the effects which have to produce or affect on a player. Ability to teach the basic techniques of running and develop Futsal family depends largely on biomechanics knowledge of coaches. Video and camera recordings facilities could give more detailed and running skills. BIOMECHANICS

5 AFC COACH EDUCATION Why running technique essential for Futsal players? Economical running Minimizing the chance of injury RUNNING TECHNIQUE Technical contributes Easy rotation Tactical implementations

6 AFC COACH EDUCATION For economic running in Futsal, it is important to check factors as follows: Horizontal distance of the center of gravity from the contact point of the foot during impact should be as short as possible. The angle of the shank relative to the ground level upon impact should be about 90 degree as compared to the ground level. Ball contact rather than heel contact. Vertical oscillation of the center of gravity should be small. Action of the recovery leg in impact phase should be accelerated. Active push of the ankle should exist already in impact phase. Co-operation of legs and arms harmonious. To develop a correct and easy running technique you can concentrate on the different components of the action by using a technique drill ECONOMICAL RUNNING

7 AFC COACH EDUCATION COMPONENT OF RUNNING TECHNIQUE Erect (Running tall) Relax running Running tall is equivalent to running light, and this is essential for efficient running Agility Coordination Flexibility

8 AFC COACH EDUCATION TYPES OF MOVMENTS: 5. Break 1. Forward 3. Diagonal 4. Sideway 2. Backward Futsal where a ball travels from one end of pitch to another which such this transportation require all kinds of running: 6.Turning

9 AFC COACH EDUCATION Erect (upright posture) Proper carriage of the arms during the running stride Proper knee drive and leg action The running technique drill involves marching (walking) which, once mastered, can be incorporated into your running motion It is performed slowly at first to allow you adapt to the correct running technique Coordination and balance FORWARD RUNNING (Starting) Concept: Correct demonstration starts, step by step with walking, jogging, running

10 AFC COACH EDUCATION Head : should be erect Shoulders : should be square. Do not round shoulders or swing them forwards or backwards Arms: should be swinging freely but in a general forwards/backwards motion, not a circle or a straight line. Elbows: should be bent approximately 90 degrees with forearms remaining roughly parallel to the ground Hands: held in a relaxed fist with the thumb resting on the forefinger Torso : should be erect, with chest up and plenty of room for the diaphragm to move for proper breathing actions. Legs : should be relaxed, with pendulum movements and moderate knee lift Feet The feet: should be pointed straight ahead and land directly under the hips CORRECT RUNNING METHOD EASY RUNNIG STYLE FROM CHILDHOOD

11 AFC COACH EDUCATION Correct running techniques are usually performed step by step : First marching (walking) Second skipping (jogging) Third running (sprint) Each activity helps to develop important components of proper and economical running techniques. Running Techniques:

12 AFC COACH EDUCATION (a) The ability to move while looking down of the pitch (b) Recovery/rehabilitation (c) Movement efficiency and balance (d) It is major Futsal skill BACK WARD RUNNING WHY BR is important?

13 AFC COACH EDUCATION Mostly, back running is performed in short times BACK WARD RUNNING It is curious that BR plays an important role in the highly competitions unskilled players have problem in BR The amount of backward times in training session also is usually minimal. (BR) not something that everybody can just automatically be good at

14 AFC COACH EDUCATION Backward running has its own motor skills and difference in locomotion. Involves the quadriceps muscles more than the hamstrings working your quads more significantly A greater hamstring stretch More slow Comparison BR and FR you'll perceive with practice about 70 percent of your forward- running speed

15 AFC COACH EDUCATION The 45-Degree Angle Run is the fastest way to chew up ground in one direction while maintaining your focus in the exact opposite direction. This is a necessary skill to develop for Futsal players to cut off the gap, or easy control ball, route, opponents. DIAGONAL 45-Degree Angled Run

16 AFC COACH EDUCATION Once the player back turns to run forward, he loses sight, so both the quarterback and the FR knows where the ball is supposed to go. In Futsal player employing diagonal run can see both the ball flying and the opposition with quarterback in his pitch of vision. DIAGONAL Diagonal running

17 AFC COACH EDUCATION When do you need sidestepping for Futsal? 1. Defending situation 2. Attacking situation Which one Sidestepping? Which one Diagonal? SIDESTEPPING

18 AFC COACH EDUCATION Attacker ready for sidestepping Diagonal 45 degree Defender ready for sidestepping SIDESTEPPING

19 AFC COACH EDUCATION 1. ATTACKING SITUATION Good view when walk sideways Pivot tactics performance to left and right flank line that ramp up perfectly, Requirement of support first attacker with open body Ramp up for first touch accuracy pass To hold shift down and up then use arrow keys! 2. DEFENDING SITUATION Control of game Ball oriented shifting Goalkeeper movement Optimal angle View SIDESTEPPING

20 AFC COACH EDUCATION Recruitments of optimal change speed and direction in Futsal: BREAK 1.Mobility 2.Body balance 3.Hip flexibility 4.Fit and sharpness

21 AFC COACH EDUCATION 1. Mobility A change of direction is effective only if it is performed rapidly. Movements must be sudden, quick, and repetitive. The great ball handlers change direction quickly and sharply. Although most directional changes occur in a five-yard perimeter, an element of speed and endurance remains that only a strong, powerful player can produce. If there is a lack of strength, there is no sharpness. Lack of fitness means that crisp repetition of movement cannot occur. BREAK

22 AFC COACH EDUCATION 2. Body balance Principle of appropriate balance are acceleration and deceleration situations For maximum stability in motion the base on support must be more flexible in the direction of acceleration or deceleration.

23 AFC COACH EDUCATION L- BREAK V- BREAK D- BREAK 1. Most common breaking in Futsal is v-break 2. D (Drag)- breaking more command for pivot and scorer Like turning in basketball 3. L-breaking generally preformed for rotation TYPE OF BREAKS

24 AFC COACH EDUCATION HOW TO IMPROVE THIS SKILL? The Futsal players By combining strength, endurance, polymeric program, and the agility drills can develop tremendous ability to change direction.

25 AFC COACH EDUCATION TURNING Turning around 180 degree With and without ball Initial position, open angle of body toward the target (diagonal) Ability to turn both sides Ability to use hands as support Keep the mass distribution as close to the turning axis as possible The moment of inertia is slow and the turning fast. The extra steps, turning times need to be avoided Target CLICK HERE VIDEO

26 AFC COACH EDUCATION The physical requirements identified: anticipation appropriate running plan for training sessions and training program essential to develop Futsal players. When you monitor the player's running technique look primarily for: Smooth and Relaxed action. NOTE FOR COACHES


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