The European Academy for Sports and Training presents: GERMAN FOOTBALL TRAINING! Make endurance training more fun and enjoyable with a variety of game-based drills. Football training is supposed to be fun, even when you’re training for endurance. The integrated endurance training shown in this video is much more effective and game-oriented and also less time-consuming than isolated endurance training. The ball is being used much more frequently during the drills and since there’s not a lot of time available to convey the basics on the youth and amateur levels, integrated endurance training is the perfect tool to combine the improvement of technical skills and endurance. We show you how to incorporate interesting football and endurance drills into team practice. Now you can also benefit from German pro club SpVgg Unterhaching’s well-structured and professional training methods. The varied drills play an integral part in the youth and pro team’s training and will improve your team as well. The sports science principles on which modern endurance training in football is based on, will be coherently explained by sporting director Claus Schromm. This will allow you to adequately divide your players in ability groups without having to use expensive testing procedures. Your training methods will become more efficient and more distinct.
Bonus: Integrated speed and agility drills!
Speed and agility training also should be done in an interesting and game-oriented way similar to endurance training. The large variety of bonus drills shown in this video can easily be integrated into team practice. This allows you to combine speed and agility training with football aspects such as ball control, crossing, finishing and many others. Replace demoralizing runs through the woods with state-of-the-art speed and endurance training. Your players are going to appreciate your new form of training and your efforts will pay off!