COACHES METHODOLOGY & CURRICULUM
 


U15 - U16



SESSION FALL 20

STRUCTURAL
HEADLAND EXERCISE CODE
STRUCTURAL Circuit of structural strength + transfe FEG05

Set up as in the diagram, players perform the following circuit of station s with weights. This circuit is continuous and of stations based on repetitions. Players perform 8 repetitions at each station of lower train and 20 of preventive work, with a rest at change of station. Players perform 3 series. The stations are as follows: 1.squat (40Kg) + 4 header jumps. 2.Upper abdominal with legs raised 90. 3.Abductors-Adductors pairs contraposition + 6 x 10m lateral run-pass. 4.Lower abdominal. 5.Calf (40Kg) + Frequency forwards-backwards. 6.Oblique abdominals. 7.Starts (30 Kg) + Sprint 7m-Back 3m- sprint 3m. 8.Lumbars on floor. 9.Hamstrings opposition teammate+eccentric + 50m run.10.Push-ups.

LEARNING LEVEL OBJECTIVES
14-15 years Structural strength. Transfer to play.
NUMBER OF PLAYERS VARIATIONS
All Change exercises, transfers, weights
TRIM-CCTS AVERAGES PROGRESSION
0.34 Increase series or repetitions. Increase loads.
DIMENSIONS SERIES DURATION REST
50x60 2-3serx8-20rep 12' x series Change of drill
ASPECTS TO BE WORKED ON
1 Good execution of the movements
2 Maintain intensity throughout drill
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DOMAIN-HANDLING
HEADLAND EXERCISE CODE
DOMAIN-HANDLING Hexagon of 6 consecutive actions DMN08

As shown in the diagram and animation, players perform sequence of 6 consecutive actions of
ball control, all finishing at the same point where they began. The actions to be executed can be
established previously and performed in an established order, they can be the same on the
6 sides, different, they can be performed randomly or actions can be performed totally at the
player's discretion without any previously established sequence. After executing the action of
control, players pass the ball to the next team mate and take up position at the start .The
variety of actions can be as extensive as the coach sees fit, including for example: step on
the ball sole and lateral roll, alternate strikes with the instep, lateral roll and stop with instep
of other foot, dribble step on the ball and turn, dribble pass foot and turn, interior, exterior turn,
step on the ball bring it back and leave inside-outside, step on the ball pass behind
non-kicking foot, 45 turn,

LEARNING LEVEL OBJECTIVES
All Consolidate mechanisms of execution of actions of non-percep
NUMBER OF PLAYERS VARIATIONS
All in 2 positions Any variation of actions, sequences, geometric displacement,
TRIM-CCTS AVERAGES PROGRESSION
0.25 Increase difficulty of sequences, Increase the difficulty
DIMENSIONS SERIES DURATION REST
35 x 20m. 2-4 4-7 1' / series
ASPECTS TO BE WORKED ON
1 Analyse mechanisms of execution of the action for its possible adaptation.
2 Generate perceptive dynamic in the use of each action of control applied to real
3 Use de both legs and both sides in all executive dynamics.
4 Seek speed of execution and perceptive action after mechanisation of actions.
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CONTROL-RECEIVING
HEADLAND EXERCISE CODE
CONTROL-RECEIVING Control back to goal in threes CON03

Set up as in the diagram 3 players perform changes for a set time in which 2 (the ones on the ends make the passes) and the one in the middle performs the control with a ball. Each of the wide players perform various frontal controls, alternating controls directed forward, behind the foot, after feint, at different heights, If we execute exchanges with just one ball, players perform control and 180 turn alternating inside, outside, with instep, with outstep,

LEARNING LEVEL OBJECTIVES
All Improvement of skills of control and turn
NUMBER OF PLAYERS VARIATIONS
All in trios. Vary distances, contact surfaces, sources, type of control,
TRIM-CCTS AVERAGES PROGRESSION
0.20 Greater speed of execution, opposition,
DIMENSIONS SERIES DURATION REST
15x30m. 12-18 1' per series active rest
ASPECTS TO BE WORKED ON
1 Mechanics of execution, attacking the ball.
2 Open hip to protect ball.
3 Body orientation
4 Situation of adversary
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KEEP
HEADLAND EXERCISE CODE
KEEP Null centre circle MAN07

Opposing teams with 2 jokers ,trying to keep possession without being able to touch the ball inside the square


LEARNING LEVEL OBJECTIVES
-- Permanent help, support, changes of direction, occupation of
NUMBER OF PLAYERS VARIATIONS
12 Reduce distances, reduce superiority, reduce touches, ...
TRIM-CCTS AVERAGES PROGRESSION
0.53 Reduce distances, reduce superiority, reduce touches , ...
DIMENSIONS SERIES DURATION REST
35x35m. 3 -- --
ASPECTS TO BE WORKED ON
1 Permanent support, changes of orientation, escaping marker in support,
2 Peripheral spatial occupation, and constant mobility impossibility Interior pla
3 Generate, occupy and exploit or abandon spaces constantly.
4 Verbal and visual communication,
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"Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players...
They should be encouraged to try skills without fear of failure."
Rinus Michels - Ajax and The Netherlands, former manager