The Soccer Games and Drills Compendium is a comprehensive compilation of 350 realistic drills and games that facilitate high-quality design and quick implementation of modern soccer training. The many drills are divided into technical, tactical, and fitness-based focus areas. Individual focus areas cover basic training content, such as passing, dribbling, shots on goal, feints, juggling, and 1-on-1 situations, followed by focus areas with differentiated and advanced content, such as transitioning and reacting, chaos and action, game start variations, active defense, tournaments, and topics on tactical training. In addition, this book includes exercises for soccer-specific speed training, athletic and endurance training, indoor training, goalkeeper training, and team building.In this compendium you will find a wide variety of soccer-specific training exercises, and the graphics and practice-oriented design make it an optimal resource for taking effective training content and implementing it on the field. The many variations included with the drills and games make this compilation ideal for training players at all performance levels and age groups.
Fabian Seeger is the author of The Soccer Games and Drills Compendium and Creative Soccer Training. Fabian received a master’s degree in sports science from the Christian Albrechts University in Kiel, Germany, and an A license for coaching from the DFB (German Soccer Association). He is a basecamp coach for the DFB’s talent development program, and he also serves as advisor to the Hamburger Soccer Association coach’s training. Loic Fave has a Bachelor’s degree in sports management and has a B license from DFB (German Soccer Association). Apart from working as a regional coach for DFB he is also a coach at the Soccer Association in Hamburg. He has various qualifications in the field of athletics (EXOS performance specialist and an A license in functional training).
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