Football is a sport of the situation and therefore imposes high demands for technical skills and physical specifications that must be continually stressed in training. Several key components affect the performance of athletes during the race. The ability to make the best depends on the technical and tactical skills of the players as well as from the physical, psychological and theoretical. The thesis developed is the concept of periodization, that is the division of athlete's preparation in particular periods of time with well-defined objectives. The research was carried out with the collaboration of the University of Salerno on 16 male athletes aged between 18 and 34 years of a football team to 11 enrolled in the championship of excellence in the Campania region, as well as regional Italian Cup finalist and winner of the championship, with the use of physical tests for the evaluation of Resistance, Speed, Acceleration, measurement of body circumferences, height and weight. Periodization is a proposal for a Tudor Bompa and constitutes a methodological approach aimed at achieving the objectives of training required for competitive levels predetermined. At the base of periodization, the principle of progressivity of the load and physiological adaptation. The exercises will be proposed in strength training will reproduce the technical model of a sport tracing movements similar to it , to be run repeatedly, in order to facilitate learning. The research takes into account the different phases of training annually monitored for a period of 4 months using 4 measurements of physical tests. The data collected will have to demonstrate an improvement in the ability of conditional force in order to reach the peak performance of the variables under consideration within the period.

ASSESSMENT and periodization in amateur soccer team

RAIOLA, GAETANO;TAFURI, Domenico
2015

Abstract

Football is a sport of the situation and therefore imposes high demands for technical skills and physical specifications that must be continually stressed in training. Several key components affect the performance of athletes during the race. The ability to make the best depends on the technical and tactical skills of the players as well as from the physical, psychological and theoretical. The thesis developed is the concept of periodization, that is the division of athlete's preparation in particular periods of time with well-defined objectives. The research was carried out with the collaboration of the University of Salerno on 16 male athletes aged between 18 and 34 years of a football team to 11 enrolled in the championship of excellence in the Campania region, as well as regional Italian Cup finalist and winner of the championship, with the use of physical tests for the evaluation of Resistance, Speed, Acceleration, measurement of body circumferences, height and weight. Periodization is a proposal for a Tudor Bompa and constitutes a methodological approach aimed at achieving the objectives of training required for competitive levels predetermined. At the base of periodization, the principle of progressivity of the load and physiological adaptation. The exercises will be proposed in strength training will reproduce the technical model of a sport tracing movements similar to it , to be run repeatedly, in order to facilitate learning. The research takes into account the different phases of training annually monitored for a period of 4 months using 4 measurements of physical tests. The data collected will have to demonstrate an improvement in the ability of conditional force in order to reach the peak performance of the variables under consideration within the period.
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