Endomorphic Soccer Player - Complementary Training

Endomorphic Soccer Player

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  • 29/10/2016 at 12:18 #18765

    HI, could you please advise me on the following.
    I have two 17yr old (predominately) endomorphic players. Both are exceptionally skillful, however their body mass issues, poor conditioning and poor reactive strength is restricting them from reaching their potential. I have 20 weeks to produce results, in what I perceive will secure me a contract with a club.I am inexperienced in applying any theory I know, which is: doing 3 x strength circuit workouts (20 x stations), per week over the off season, with emphasis on compound exercises (60% rpm)+ farmers walks, KB swings. Is skipping ideal for reactive strength? In theory I know MB, BW jumps + band resisted, small box quick feet should be prescribed? In between strength days are aerobic base building blocks of X training and running. Diet is another issue which i need advice.

    Kind regards

    30/10/2016 at 11:45 #18772

    Hi Anthony,

    I would stick with a basic strength training (no circuits) and make them eat better. Get them stronger and go from there. Basic 2-3 workouts a week will do it, making sure they are not trashed for soccer sessions, so start easy.

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