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PPP - Action Plan.

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PPP- Action Plan 1) Clear, Realistic, Achievable goals: The two skills I have chosen are passing and shooting. Passing, being my strength, and shooting my weakness. My weakest fitness component is endurance, it is not that weak I can run for almost the whole match but I struggle in the multi-stage fitness test, and the tactic I see as weak is playing the offside trap. Specific: Shooting: I currently get just under half of my shots on target (around 45%, to test this I took 30 shots at our keeper and recorded the number 13 was my score). I am aiming to get three quarters of my shots on target (around 75%). Endurance: In the multi-stage fitness test I got to level 9.5, I aim to improve by one whole level (10.5). Offside trap: We use this when the opposition has a free kick; it currently works 3 out of 10 times. I aim to get it to 6 out of 10. Measurable: Shooting: The number of goals scored and shots on target can be counted by someone. Endurance: The level I drop out at will be recorded. Offside trap: The numbers that are successful can be counted. Agreed: Shooting: This has been agreed by my coach and teammates that it can be achieved. Endurance: This has also been agreed that it can be achieved. My endurance is not bad but in the last ten minutes of the game is when I sometimes struggle. Offside trap: The defence and the midfield have agreed that this is a weakness of the teams. Realistic: Shooting: Improving my shooting by 30% is realistic. I'm not going to get every shot on target. Endurance: Improving by one level in the multi-stage fitness test is realistic. Offside trap: It is realistic but will require the most work; the team will have to work together in order for it to work. ...read more.

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Count number scored. Warm down and stretch. * Sunday- Football Match * Monday- Friday- Warm up jog, stretch. Someone feeding balls 30 minutes then repeat. Count number scored. Warm down and stretch. * Wednesday- Warm up jog, stretch. Keeper, 2 defenders, someone feeding balls. 30 minutes then repeat. Count number scored. Warm down and stretch. * Thursday- Football Training- Warm up jog, stretch. 10 minutes sprinting. 60-90 minutes 6 a side match * Friday- Warm up jog, stretch. Keeper, 2 defenders, someone feeding balls. 30 minutes then repeat. Count number scored. Warm down and stretch. * Sunday- Football Match Microcycle- Offside Trap Week 5 Week 6 * Monday- Warm up jog, stretch, practise stepping up in unison, some one playing the ball over the top. Work on passing as well. Warm down and stretch * Thursday- Football Training- Warm up jog and stretch. 10 minutes sprinting. 60-90 minutes 6 a side match * Friday- Warm up jog, stretch, practise stepping up in unison, some one playing the ball over the top. Work on passing as well. Warm down and stretch * Sunday- Football Match * Monday- Warm up jog, stretch. Back 4, 2 strikers, someone playing balls over, linesman. Count the number that succeed, Warm down and stretch * Thursday- Football Training- Warm up jog and stretch. 10 minutes sprinting. 60-90 minutes 6 a side match * Friday- Warm up jog, stretch. Back 4, 2 strikers, someone playing balls over, linesman. Count the number that succeed, Warm down and stretch * Sunday- Football Match 4) Diary: Week 1- Endurance: Monday- Did a warm up jog, which were two laps around my garden. Stretched, ran another lap to make sure I was completely warmed up. Then ran for 25 minutes, the rain was hard so I couldn't do the 30 minutes I had intended to do. Did extra 5 minutes inside on the exercise bike. ...read more.

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To see if my cardiovascular endurance has been improve I will retake the multi-stage fitness test. The score I achieve will be compared with my previous score. 6) Evaluation of Action Plan: Endurance- The first time I took the multi-stage fitness test I achieved level 9.5. When I retook the test I again achieved level 9.5. I did not improve, but did not do worse. I think that I crammed too much in to the two weeks; I think that if I had planned two endurance sessions a week for the six weeks then I may have improved. Shooting- In the first session of week 3 when I took 30 shots at our keeper, I scored 14 on target. When I retook the 30 shots after the completion of the six weeks I scored 17 and got 22 on target. This is a 20% improvement. My target was to get around 75% of my shots on target. I managed to get 73% of the 30 shots I took on target. I nearly reached my target but feel that the 20% increase in my shot consistency is good enough and i am pleased with it. I think that the number of sessions a week I trained for shooting was good, I didn't have time to redevelop bad habits, because I was retraining one or two days later. Offside Trap- In the first session of week 6, 9 out of 20 attempts were successful (this is 45%), when we redid this on the Friday we got 13 out of 20 successful, (this is 65%). When we redid this at the training session, we managed to get 14 out of 20 to be successful, (this is 70% success rate). This is an improvement of 5%. The coach and the players are happy with this, and now we are confidant that we can use this as a successful tactic during matches. I think that the number of sessions we had a week practising this was good. We also got to work on passing, dribbling, sprinting and ball control. Fraser Mcpherson ...read more.

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