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"Total Soccer Conditioning: A Ball-Orientated Approach" is a two-volume, 300-page comprehensive guide to training players to be fitter, stronger and more technically adept.

As one of the most physically demanding games around, soccer requires speed, agility and endurance. This unique book details how to structure training sessions with drills and exercises that enable you to combine fitness and technical training at the same time. Your players will enjoy improving their fitness with a ball at their feet, rather than boring shuttle runs between cones. "Total Soccer Conditioning" also contains training and conditioning exercises for goalkeepers.

This book is aimed at senior youth players through to elite professional teams, but also contains exercises for 7-11 and 12-14 age groups.

Written by Justin Cresser, current assistant technical director at the Soccer Club of Toronto.


Con los dos volúmenes de “Total Soccer Conditioning: A Ball-Orientated Approach” obtendrás 300 páginas con información para entrenar que ayudará a tus jugadores a tener una mejor condición física, a ser más fuertes y a ser más aptos técnicamente. Ha sido c

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