This course was originally recorded as a webinar.
Manchester United case study
January and February are pre-season months in many parts of the world like Japan, Australia, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and the USA. In most other countries, teams prepare for the second part of the season.
During this course about ‘Pre-season Periodisation’ you will learn how to apply the principles of football periodisation in preparation for the (re-)start of the season. You will learn how to develop a top fit team without injuries, presented by Raymond Verheijen.
By joining this course you will learn about a variety of topics, such as:
- The benefits of pre-season periodisation for the head coach
- Pre-season periodisation: professional vs amateur football
- The periodisation of a 12 week pre-season
- The periodisation of a 2 week pre-season
- The periodisation of pre-season after a short off-season
- Double sessions during pre-season?
- How to determine the football fitness zero point of players?
- How to plan midweek games in pre-season?
- Differences between the 6 week cycle and the 3 week cycle in pre-season?
- Why Football Sprints with Minimum Rest before FSmaxRest in pre-season?
- How to regain freshness of players during pre-season?
- Taking over a team with an extensive playing style last season
- Taking over a team with a high injury rate last season
- Scientific proof for the gradual approach developing long term fitness