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Training Programme for professional football.

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Training Programme The athletes how I will be training are in professional football teams with big reputations and it is my job to get these players at their best in only two weeks. The first player is Kasim Zafeer and he is a strong and tall centre-half but his pace and stamina is what I will be trying to improve. His age is 21. I will make him do a series of fitness tests to see what level he is on now and after the two weeks he will do them again and then I will compare the results and see weather there is an improvement. I know that the improvement will not be huge because the time limit is very short but my aim is to have some effect. ...read more.

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Wednesday Shuttle run 40 minute jog Thursday Football match- with rule -no stopping Did fartlek training Friday Sprinting for 100 metres Did 800 metre run Saturday Shuttle run 40 minute jog As the table shows there is a slight improvement in Kasim's performances. There is only a small differences but I didn't expect there to be a huge change. This gives me the impression that if Kasim kept on following my training programme for a longer time there would be a bigger change. My second player is Thayyab Siddique and he is a pacy centre forward but I will be trying to improve his muscular strength. His age is 28. I will make him do a series of fitness tests to see what level he is on now and after the two weeks he will do them again and then I will compare the results and see weather there is an improvement. ...read more.

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minutes After following this regime for 2 weeks it is clear that there is a slight improvement in Thayyab's strength and that shows that if he carried on then there would be a bigger improvement. I must also ensure that Thayyab has suitable gaps to regain his energy and that's the reason why I have gave him Sunday off from any training. Everyday Thayyab should feel muscle fatigue due to the hard schedule he will be undertaking. Kasim Zafeer Position: centre back Date of Birth: 30/05/1985 Height: 6' 3 Weight: 12st 8 1st team games: 102 1st team goals: 01 International caps: 12 International goals: 02 Former clubs: Trainee Birth Place: Rotherham Thayyab Siddique Date of Birth: 30/05/1978 Height: 5 ' 2 Weight: 9st 2 1st team games: 52 1st team goals: 21 International caps: 25 International goals: 12 Former clubs: Rotherham united Birth Place: Chester ...read more.

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