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Complete Conditioning!

by: Greg Gatz

Increase strength to dribble through traffic. Pack more power into shots on goal. Improve quickness and agility to find open passing lanes and evade opponents. Complete Conditioning for Soccer shows you how to achieve all of these performance goals and more.

Complete with assessment tests for determining a players' fitness status and specific programs that improve balance, quickness, agility, speed, and strength, this book will help you dominate your position. The DVD puts the training into action by demonstrating key tests, exercises, and drills from the book.

With nutritional guidelines as well as seasonal workouts, Complete Conditioning for Soccer provides a multidimensional training approach that will show you how to get the most from your time in the gym and on the pitch.

208 pages.

DVD is 64 minutes.

Por Greg Gatz

Gana fuerza para driblear mejor. Dispara a gol con mayor potencia. Aumenta tu velocidad y agilidad para abrir espacios y evadir a tus oponentes. El libro Complete Conditioning for Soccer te enseña a lograr estos objetivos y más.

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