A young and budding player once asked a more experienced one how far a soccer player ran in a game. The expert replied it was approximately ten miles. Now dividing ten miles by ninety minutes, ie the duration of the game, it comes to around seven miles per hour. Looking at it from a practical point of view, it cannot be correct. The truth is people tend to go more upon assumptions, and the "feel" they get when they see or hear about things. For coaches responsible for training young and budding talent, it would need more than just assumptions to train the players in an effective manner. Taking soccer as an example, and the trait of running as a variable, the discussion can be further analyzed as follows:
Videotaping the games
One of the best ways to study and analyze a game is to tape it. The advantage you have is you can watch it as many times you need to, and study the minute movements of the players on the field. You can pause the game, fast forward it to the interesting part, and rewind it again to repeat a particular section of the game. The facilities help to understand the game plan, and how players implement it during the game. A study done for a full season involving the Everton FC soccer club of England revealed many facts, which were not disclosed to the general masses. For example, a particular player was shortlisted, and his every move studied in details. The results indicated that the player ran for 8,800 meters on an average per game. Moreover, the actual running involved walking, jogging, cruising, sprinting, and backing. So it was not just simply running as initially thought of. Approximately two thirds of the distance was covered while running slowly, or casually jogging in the field, and the actual sprinting was done for only about eight hundred meters.
It is important to be physically fit in order to be a good player. The concept of "being fit" tends to change from trainer to trainer. From the physician's point of view, "being fit" is actually how fast you recover from a physically stressed condition. While doing the workouts, the metabolism undergoes drastic changes – the blood starts flowing at a faster rate, the heart starts pumping furiously, lungs start expanding and collapsing to take in more air and oxygen, and the body starts generating extra energy to compensate for the physical stress incurred. The "recovery" is the stage when the metabolism subsides down to its normal status, with the heart rate functioning within acceptable limits, and the lungs working normally.
camisetas de futbol baratas 2016 Tras la sorprendente futura equipación del FC Barcelona, repasamos algunos equipos que han vestido a cuadros en la historia del fútbol.