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The use of tactical periodisation to outlay the physical impetus for the in season micro cycle in football. A reflective outline on the 2015-2016 season.

The use of tactical periodisation to outlay the physical impetus for the in season micro cycle in football. A reflective outline on the 2015-2016 season.

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The In-Season Microcycle 'Physical themes dervied from tactical periodisation'

  1. 1. The In-season Microcycle ‘Physical themes derived from tactical periodisation’ 2015-2016 season Hamish Munro
  2. 2. Tactical Periodisation • ‘... A training methodology that first arose through Victor Frade over 30 years go’ • ‘... A training methodology where the primary concern is the play the team intends to produce in competition’ • ‘...This is why the playing model is assumed a guide for the whole process using principles, sub principles and sub sub principles to shape it’ Xavier Tamarat (2015) in ‘What is tactical periodization’
  3. 3. Benefits of tactical periodisation model • Synergistic model that provides a hollistic approach: technical/tactical/physical • Single model structure rather than integrating several departmental models • Consistently relating to the structure of game play; model specific to coaches philosophy, U21 1st Team progression
  4. 4. Van Winckel et al (2015) Weekly Considerations
  5. 5. www.mourinhosbible.wordpress.com Daily Considerations
  6. 6. What we changed ...... • ‘Pure football’ model – in our opinion (experience/science) this is not enough for the specific physical components: - strength - power - correctives .... etc! Crucial to athletic development, especially at U21 level • One size fits all, which is more often than not inappropriate, subtle changes relating to specifics in the training week • Detail, we added outlays (physical) under each training day principle thus to provide relative targets to playing positions (based on game day % and training averages)
  7. 7. Pre - Training Themes
  8. 8. MD+1 = NA MD+2 = Low level correctives, movement deficiencies, ie areas of instability and/or need of mobility. Increased recovery if required MD-4 = Pillar preparation prior to team strength session thus to maximise amount of time spent on ‘strength’ work in-session MD-3 = SMR and massage for those with heightened DOMS from previous day, upper body strength (vertical & horizontal push/pull) MD-2 = Speed strength work, including forms of ballistic/plyometric movements – awareness on volume MD-1 = Advice players to keep out of gym except for massage and SMR – feel good!
  9. 9. Training Themes
  10. 10. ↓Matchday + 1 - OFF ‘Complete Rest’ • Encourage rest and relaxation, increased sleep and social time with friends and family. • SWITCH OFF
  11. 11. ↘Matchday + 2 ‘Recovery Focus’ - Intensive • Reduced volume and intensity football session, increased mobility, proprioception & SMR in warm up IE – Hurdle (high - mobility and low - stability) and foam roller drills first 15-25 minutes of session, football drills to be low level technical drills, possessions with starters as ‘bouncers’, uneven games (8 starters vs 4) etc
  12. 12. ↗Matchday – 4 ‘Strength Focus’ - Intensive • ‘Gym’ based strength (*Whole Team = logistics) IE- Bilateral LL: Squat or Deadlift or Leg Press Unilateral LL: Lunge pattern or Step Up or 1 Leg Squat Hip Hinge/Hamstring: Nordic or RDL or Hip Thrust var. Trunk : Regatta Row or Palof press or 1 Arm push/pull ‘Field’ based strength IE – 1 vs 1/2 vs 2 or 3 vs 3/4 vs 4 tight areas (Could be one/two goal, small/big goals etc)
  13. 13. ↑Matchday – 3 ‘Conditioning Focus’ - Extensive • Increased running volume, especially high intensity/speed distance, wanting increased exposure under fatigue from MD-4 strength session IE – Attacking/Defending transitions, increased player numbers on each team using bigger pitch dimensions, speed endurance drills (eg Technical work over longer distances) etc
  14. 14. ↘Matchday – 2 ‘Speed Focus’ - Intensive • Given multitude of speed components in SSG training, warm up would take form of low volume plyometric/mechanics session • Tactical work of high intensity low volume, speed of thought/movement IE – Reduced touch games/possessions, Finishing based on overload att vs def (Speed of play) etc
  15. 15. ↘Matchday – 1 ‘Activation (Game Model) Focus’ - Intensive • Setup of particular game model IE – Team set pieces, pressing lines, isolated situations *Unopposed • If selected individuals require it recovery methods implemented post session, personal choice from selected options
  16. 16. Training Outcomes
  17. 17. RPE Fitness coach rating 1-10 used due to a language barrier, understanding and mood effect. Also provides ‘one number’ training score for Head coach 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 MD MD+1 MD+2 MD-4 MD-3 MD-2 MD-1 *Averages over season Combined with session time – SRPE. Fighure: Impellizzeri et al (2004)
  18. 18. MD MD+1 MD+2 MD-4 MD-3 MD-2 MD-1 Total Distance Total Number of Acc & Dec Total High Intensity Distance MD MD+1 MD+2 MD-4 MD-3 MD-2 MD-1 *Team Averages MD MD+1 MD+2 MD-4 MD-3 MD-2 MD-1
  19. 19. Feedback Welcome. Thanks!
  20. 20. References • Tamarat, X.(2015) What is tactical Periodization. UK: Bennion Kenny. • Van Winckel, J., Tenney, D., Helsen, W., McMillan, K., Meert, JP and Bradley, P. (2015) Fitness in Soccer. Moveo Ergo Sum. • www.mourinhosbible.wordpress.com • Impellizzeri, F., Rampinini, E., Coutts, A., Sassi, A and Marcora, M.(2004) Use of RPE-Based Training Load in Soccer, Medicine and Science in Sport and exercise. 0195-9131/04/3606-1042.

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