Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING
SMALL-SIDED GAMES
GUIDO SEERDEN
Coaching the coaches
Why SSGs?
Football specific
 Movements
 Technical & tactical skills
 Physiological intensity
Benefits
 Time efficien...
Influencing factors
Pitch size
Absolute pitch area
 Total pitch area
Relative pitch area
 The individual playing area of a player
 Increa...
Numbers of players involved
Decreasing the numbers
 Technical load
 Physiological load
 Physical load
Increasing the ...
Rule modifications
With goalkeeper
 Tactics: physiological load
 Motivation: physiological load
Without goalkeeper
 P...
Rule modifications (2)
Goal orientation
 Line dribble vs double and central goal orientation
 Physiological load
Tacti...
Coach encouragement
Physiological load
Greatest impact on these factors compared to an
alteration in pitch size and play...
Training regimen
Continuous vs intermittent
 Physical load Distance covered >13 km/h
 Physiological load
Work:rest rat...
Players’ characteristics
Fitness level
 High VO2max  Low % VO2max
 Floater?
Skill level
 Amateurs
 Technical load ...
Small Sided Games
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Small Sided Games

5,021 views

Published on

Small Sided Games

  • Hey guys! Who wants to chat with me? More photos with me here 👉 http://www.bit.ly/katekoxx
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here

Small Sided Games

  1. 1. HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING SMALL-SIDED GAMES GUIDO SEERDEN Coaching the coaches
  2. 2. Why SSGs? Football specific  Movements  Technical & tactical skills  Physiological intensity Benefits  Time efficient  concurrent training  Increased player motivation and compliance Different game formats  Physiological load (HR, RPE, blood lactate)  Physical load (movement characteristics)  Technical load (skills) Which factors influence the load of a SSG?
  3. 3. Influencing factors
  4. 4. Pitch size Absolute pitch area  Total pitch area Relative pitch area  The individual playing area of a player  Increased size:  Physiological load  Physical load  Technical load Pitch size and tactical training  Length to width ratio 1:1-1:1.3
  5. 5. Numbers of players involved Decreasing the numbers  Technical load  Physiological load  Physical load Increasing the numbers  Technical load  Physiological load & physical load ? Underload vs Overload (e.g. 3v4) Floater (e.g. 3v3+1)  Aerobic fitness
  6. 6. Rule modifications With goalkeeper  Tactics: physiological load  Motivation: physiological load Without goalkeeper  Physical, physiological & technical load Ball possession  1 or 2 touches: physiological & physical load  Free play: physiological load  (defensive midfielders, wide midfielders & forwards)
  7. 7. Rule modifications (2) Goal orientation  Line dribble vs double and central goal orientation  Physiological load Tactical obligations  Pressing  Player-to-player marking  Physiological load
  8. 8. Coach encouragement Physiological load Greatest impact on these factors compared to an alteration in pitch size and playing numbers
  9. 9. Training regimen Continuous vs intermittent  Physical load Distance covered >13 km/h  Physiological load Work:rest ratio SSG duration  Increase  Physiological load Number of sets and repetitions  Physical & technical load  Physiological load
  10. 10. Players’ characteristics Fitness level  High VO2max  Low % VO2max  Floater? Skill level  Amateurs  Technical load  minimum 2 touches  Physical and physiological load  Professionals  1 or 2 touches Age  Youth players: less experience and skills  physical demands  Less skilled  maintain physiological stress?

×