By Playspots Nov 9, 2018

Here are some prep notes for how your team can stamp an impression on any opposition and be raring to go for any football game. It can also be applied to other sports too.

1. Getting out & Do stretching Together

Leave the changing room together, especially at away games. It’s a statement of intent if you move as a unit. The time you have to warm up can vary, but there should always be enough time for this sequence and the team talk.

It’s hard to talk about warm-ups without touching on the subject of stretching. Stretching is an exercise that can be performed statically or dynamically.

Stretching can be done in 5 minutes the player should actively mimic activities that he may have to carry out in a game – i.e. without a ball, he should go through the actions of side foot passing, high kicking, jumping and heading, squatting and jumping, etc.

Following static stretches, Once warmed up and flexible, the players should introduce a football and go through functional activities. These include head, short and long passing with both feet, running backward, sideways, skipping, stopping/starting, sprinting, and sprinting and turning. can be completed within 10 minutes

2. Individual warm-up

This for the first ten minutes when you arrive at the pitch. Everyone on the team is different and have their own stretches and routines that work best for them to feel ready to play. Let your team do individual bits in the first five to ten minutes of getting out there. You can then perform the drills in step 3 together, as a big, scary, disciplined unit.

3. Team warm-up

Team preparation is more than Running in pairs, This is broadly what everybody is doing, in a big circle. look nothing like what the opposition will be doing and that? when their fear, as they look over from their age-old crossing and shooting routine, begins.

1. Jogging

2. Over the gate (5 each side)

3. Open the gate (5 each side)

4. Hand Tap (5 each side)

5. Kick out (5 each side)

6. Side Steps

7. Mock strikes (5 each side)

8. Swivel Hips

9. Lunge walk

10. Revert to jogging

4. Quick movement warm-up

This is  RONDO ROUND .time to get the lungs open and the mind focused. this round to keep goalkeeper up!

The Rondo is one of the building blocks of FC Barcelona’s DNA. You’ll recognize this one. Some teams already do this, but to give you more focus, we’ll explain the principles behind it and what it helps us to achieve in the game. many teams adopt this method because of its  importance of  With the ball – keeping possession and playing the first pass you see & Without the ball – winning the ball back as soon as possible

5. Final prep

Probably the most important phase of all. With five minutes to go before kickoff, it?s important to do some very quick running that really opens your lungs. Push it. Get yourself out of breath so that it’s not a shock to the system the next time it happens. Taste the adrenalin.

The team members should also:

– Defenders give each other some headers

– Midfielders follow your pass

– Forwards practice one-twos

Finally, a few minutes before kick off, get everyone on the edge of the box to put the ball in the back of the net from a lay-off. But, as may be the case in the game, you only get one chance. Concentrate, make it count and hit the target…

6. Just before kickoff

Get your whole team in for some last minute fluids, team talk, and hugs.

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