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How can strength training improve a soccer player’s performance? “a balance of explosive power and muscular endurance” “Strength training for soccer also helps to correct muscle imbalances” “ The greater a player's aerobic capacity, the more ground they cover during a typical game” Strength training for soccer also helps to correct muscle imbalances. Soccer players in particular are prone to developing overly strong quadriceps in relation to their hamstrings and a well-formed strength plan can address this and prevent future injury Strength training is a vital part of a balanced exercise routine that includes aerobic activity and flexibility exercises.("Strength Training.“) Muscle-Strengthening. This type of training helps you build muscular strength and endurance. It can involve unstructured activities like using playground equipment or climbing trees. It can also include structured strength workouts with exercises like squats, pushups or crunches using weights, machines, or your own body weight. (Exercise for Teens – Safe Ways to Exercise for Teenagers.“)squatspushups crunches
What is the best training drill for soccer? Why? ball control, passing and receiving 1v1 attacking, shooting and headers odd-man attacking and defending fast break and flank attack (Exercise for Teens - Safe Ways to Exercise for Teenagers." ) change of direction dribbling anticipation, decision making and reaction speeds overlap passing cut-backs passing - dribbling - shooting combinations defending more than one goal running drills such as pass-turn-pass and pass-turn-shoot transition play 1 v 1 to 8 v 8 scrimmages are good drills to do. It helps you get faster and better at soccer ("Soccer Drills and Soccer Practice Plans." )
While doing strength training for an injury can you hurt yourself more, if so how? Because your bones, joints, and tendons are still growing and developing, it's easy to overdo it and strain or even permanently damage them (William E. Garrett ) Doing to much training for a injury and hurt you more. (Donald T. Kirkendall ) Skipping the warm up. Even if your schedule is tight, don't skimp on the very important warm up Easing your way into your workout will gradually increase your heart rate and get the blood flowing into your muscles. You can hurt yourself more if you don’t warm up and stretch before and after a game or practice. (How to Avoid Injuries at the Gym.“)
What workout will improve the players speed and accuracy while shooting? Running laps will improve your speed. Your ability to stretch an antagonist muscle using only the tension in the agonist muscle. An example is holding one leg straight out in front of you as high as possible. The hamstring (antagonist) is being stretched while the quadriceps and hip flexors (agonists) are holding your leg up ("Conditioning - Soccer Agility." ) The way you kick the ball will also improve the power and accuracy of shooting Stair steps, Front Kick Speed Drill, Jump Switch Speed Drill,Back Leg Front Kick Drill,Flutter Kick Drill,Slide Step, Back Leg,Front Kick, Lateral Movement Front Kick Drill, 45 Degree Angle Front Kick Drill,Lead Leg Skipping Front Kick Front Kick Out Balance Drill, (Karate Kid Drill) Inside To Outside Crescent Kick "Balance" Drill Continuous, Pop Up Lead Leg Front Kick Pop Up Back Leg Front Kick Rush In Shuttle Front Kick Drill, Face Away Reaction Drill are good drills to go to improve your shorting and speed. ("Power Kick STS – Soccer Training System helps make soccer drills, agility training and strength training fun.“). (these are also types of karate kicks but it will improve your kick power and accuracy of the kick.
How much strength training do teens need? you improve your speed and skill at soccer. it makes you stronger.The great thing about exercise for teens is that just about any activity that gets you moving will work. You should try to get vigorous exercise in for about an hour a day at least 3 days a week and regular, more moderate activity during the rest of the week. (Waehner, Paige.) Start with body weight exercises for a few weeks (such as sit-ups, push-ups, and pull-ups) before using weights. Don't work out with weights more than three times a week. And never weight train on back-to-back days. Warm up for 10 minutes before each session. Stretch the muscles you plan to strengthen before each weight training session. Spend no more than 30 to 40 minutes in the weight room to avoid fatigue or boredom. Work more repetitions; avoid max lifts. (Specifics can be taught by a coach or teacher.) Ensure you're using proper technique through supervision. Improper technique may result in injuries, particularly in the shoulder and back ( "Strength Training for Teens." The Pumping Station, Weight Lifting and Weight Training. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar
What Are Some Dangers of Strength Training? You may love the challenge of lifting, especially if you and your friends do it together. If you've entered puberty, you'll definitely see results over a few months in your muscles and in your ability to progressively lift more weight. But there are a few things to look out for. Because your bones, joints, and tendons are still growing and developing, it's easy to overdo it and strain or even permanently damage them. When you're in the middle of a strength-training session and something doesn't feel right to you, or if you hear or feel a "pop" when you're in the middle of a workout, stop what you're doing and have a doctor check it out before you resume training. It's possible you may need to modify your training or even stop lifting weights for a while to allow the injury to heal. Another danger surrounding strength training is the use of anabolic steroids or other performance- enhancing drugs and preparations that supposedly help muscles develop. You may have even heard rumors about some athletes at your school who use them. Steroid use is widespread in many sports - including bodybuilding, swimming, and track and field. But because many of their long-term effects on the body are still unknown - and because they are linked to health problems like cancer, heart disease, and sterility - you should resist the urge to try them. The benefit is definitely not worth the risk ("Strength Training for Teens.“ The Pumping Station, Weight Lifting and Weight Training.)
For strength training what should a soccer player fouse on? speed and agility are two of the most important physical factors.Speed in soccer can be quite complex. Your lower body gets more action on the soccer field and requires more attention off the field as well. Much of your weight training will focus on the legs, especially the hamstrings, which contribute to how quickly you can start, stop and change directions midgame, according to NLP Bodybuilding. Exercises to work into your routine are squats, hamstring lifts and the standing calf- raise machine Soccer and Muscle Training | eHow.com."
what’s the difference between amount of strength training for teens and adults?