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5  Lesson  C I F A  C O A C H E S  C O U R S E  C
5  Lesson  C I F A  C O A C H E S  C O U R S E  C
5  Lesson  C I F A  C O A C H E S  C O U R S E  C
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  • 1.  
  • 2. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Before the session starts the coach should get the team together and explain the aims. It makes the team aware of what they have to learn and improve.
  • 3. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Warm-up
    • The importance of the warm up is to prepare the body (heart, lungs, circulation system, muscles, mentally, etc.) to do the activities you are going to propose on the trainings, games and avoid injuries.
    • The warm up is the first training’s physical activity.
  • 4. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The body needs time to change from the resting state to the intense activity; these changes must be gradual to give to the body the time to be ready and adapted to the new situation.
    • When the activities start to be intense the muscles require more oxygen to produce energy then the temperature and the blood pressure rise.
    • Elevated temperature requires refrigeration and the body starts sweating to keep the intramuscular temperature at the normal level.
  • 5. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • If you are going to practice finishing you must do a good enough warm up to have the players confident and avoid injuries.
    • In some kind of trainings like short passes, ball control, aerobics, the warm up can be introduced in the beginning of the training making the first part combined to the second.
  • 6. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • A good warm up provides the players the best performance in the very beginning of the match. The team can perform well from the first whistle and the coach can set any kind of strategy like full field pressure or man to man marking.
    • The players have to be ready to do any kind of movements as soon the game starts. It’s important to the reserves too.
  • 7. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • What could happen if the reserves don’t do the warm up before the game and the coach needs to change a player in the beginning? Could the coach wait the reserve player to be ready?
    • Be in mind that a reserve play needs at least five minutes to perform like the others. Is it right to the coach change three players at the same time? For a while the team will play with three players without confidence and not ready to do all the actions requested.
  • 8. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Never allow the players to kick the ball hard or do any kind of movements that requires power or speed before the warm up.
  • 9. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The stretching is very important in the warm up to avoid injuries and to keep the player’s flexibility.
    • The muscles are made by fibers and those fibers are flexible.
    • How younger the player is more flexible the muscles are.
    • Old people lose flexibility by the time and a non flexible body is subject to injuries because the football requires the muscles to move in their full length like jumps, sprints, and joints’ abduction.
  • 10. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The muscles are made by fibers and those fibers are flexible.
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  • 13. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • How younger the player is more flexible the muscles are.
    • Old people lose flexibility by the time and a non flexible body is subject to injuries because the football requires the muscles to move in their full length like jumps, sprints, and joints’ abduction.
  • 14. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • To the muscles be capable to exercise their full capacity they must be in their full length in the beginning of the movement. The stretch prepares the muscles to the maximum extension.
  • 15. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The body has to be warm to do the stretch. The movement must be done slowly until reaches the maximum stretch and kept between 12 – 20 seconds.
    • The stretch is very important to keep and improve the length of the muscles.
    • How much work the muscles do, stronger and bigger they get but they become shorter as well.
  • 16. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The ideal warm-up consists, basically:
    • 5 to 10 minutes light movements;
    • Light stretch – low intensity;
    • 10 to 15 minutes increasing intensity and hard movements;
    • Full length stretch;
    • Few short sprints;
    • Technical movements related to the aim of the training.
  • 17. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Don’t forget to stretch all the muscles’ groups
  • 18. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Technical development
    • It’s desirable to have a technical development part every time you train the team.
  • 19. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • You can choose a different technical drill to do each day of the week to build self confidence and improve the players’ skills.
  • 20. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • It is not the main aim but has to be planned in conjunction with the main part of the section.
    • e.g.: If your main aim is tactical defensive system you could do the heading in the technical development part or if you will do a man to man marking training the short pass can be planed for previous part.
  • 21. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The main aim of the session
    • This part has to be planed considering what the team needs the most.
    • e.g.: If the team will face an opponent well performed in the aerial game you should work on the tactics and techniques related to this matter.
  • 22. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • The main aim depends in which part of the season the preparation is.
    • In the pre season, the basic techniques have to be worked.
    • In the pre competition the work should be tactical matters.
    • In the competition, the trainings have to be planed after an evaluation of the opponent. Don’t forget to take advantage of the opponents’ weakness.
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  • 24. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Calm down
      • Before the players leave the training place they must get calm and relaxed.
      • A brief talking could be made and stretching as well.
      • After the training the stretch is very important to avoid muscle pain and bring the muscle’s fibers to the preview state.
  • 25. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • This part shouldn’t exceed 15 minutes, especially in cold weather conditions and rainy days. Sweat body becomes susceptible to illness like flu and cold.
  • 26. LESSON 5 1. Planning Sessions
    • Practice work: plan a session.
    • sample sheet
  • 27. LESSON 5 2. Sprinting With the Ball
    • The football players have to be able to run in a high speed with the ball under control.
      • It is a very difficult action considering that the player needs a perfect coordination between the steps and touches. The opponents are always closed, fighting for the ball as well making it something so hard to do.
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  • 30. LESSON 5 2. Sprinting With the Ball
    • Efficient run.
    • It is the action when the player develops the speed with the ball trying to reach the same speed he has without it. That’s why the sprints trainings have to involve game situation as much as possible.
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  • 33. LESSON 5 2. Sprinting With the Ball
    • Correct side and ball protection.
    • The ball has to be controlled by the opposite side where the opponent is. When the player keeps his body between the ball and the opponent he is protecting his possession and makes the opponents’ aim (tackle) hard to achieve.
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  • 39. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Introduction
      • The goal keeper has one of the most important jobs on the field and yet we don’t often find enough time to work with and train them.
      • Too many coaches limit goal keeper training to kicking a few balls at the keeper followed by using the keeper in the team's normal shooting practice.
      • Remember that the goalkeeper is the only true specialist on the team. He requires special training to properly do his job. sure that the keeper can make the easy save.
  • 40. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Warm up
      • A good starting for the keeper’s warm up is some foot work.
      • Goalkeepers need a lot of stretching.
      • Catching balls, rolling ball, medium/high balls close to the coach (the ball can be threw).
      • Stretching and localized resistance muscle works.
      • Working on the space (goal area and goal posts).
      • Crossings
      • Stretching again to finish the warm up.
  • 41. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Legs Work.
      • Power training (gym).
      • Plyometric training.
      • Coordination
  • 42. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Technical Trainings.
      • Catching
      • Punching
      • Rebounds
      • Ready position
      • Crosses
      • Penalty kicks
      • Positioning in the goal area
      • Walls
      • Diving
      • Communication
      • Foot work (passes, goal kicks, control)
  • 43. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Cut angle principle
      • Frontal and diagonal.
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  • 46. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Small games for goalkeepers.
  • 47. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Small games for goalkeepers.
  • 48. LESSON 5 2. Goalkeeping
    • Mental preparedness
      • Leave all outside life in the locker room
      • Try to stay in line with the ball throughout the game
      • Focus on the present, don’t worry about past mistakes
      • Staying in the game through communication
      • The ability to rebound after a mistake;
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