Which exercises work best to prevent muscle injuries in football?
Injuries are a major concern in football. Among all, muscle injuries are the most frequent ones, more than receiving a blow, fractures and joint injuries.
"Drills for athletic skills through exploratory activities for a single player or a team."
Support for coaches so that they can assume new teaching responsibilities.
Bring about new forms of methodological coaching for players based on implicit learning.
Development of new ways to understand — and put into practice — our objectives for a creative, proactive, and collective game.
Implementation of innovative structures for collective organization based on the fundamental goals of each of the sports divisions of the Club.
Understanding match situations in a holistic, interdisciplinary manner in order to propose solutions for continuity of play.
Team sports are characterized by the fact that they unfold in changing environments, so athletes need to adapt their movements, relationships and interactions in a non-linear way. Through creative and unique work, we seek to strengthen self-organization and encourage autonomy in our players.
In all of the team sports that make up our Club, the ball itself generates a perpetual state of imbalance; thus, we seek always to take the initiative and impose our collective interpretation on our opponents.
Although there are several studies on this topic, many of them have analyzed these demands by looking at just a few variables or using very broad timeframes. A new study completed by physical trainers from F.C. Barcelona has analyzed several of these details more closely.
The understanding of the modifying variables of the game, based on the degrees of freedom.
Training using eccentric exercises is important to prevent possible damage. However, intensive training can also cause muscle damage, so it is critical to be vigilant in order to keep injury risk to an absolute minimum.
The importance of building a game model in football.
Cardiovascular endurance manifests as a moderator of the load result to which the athlete is exposed.