The benefits of a dynamic workout to your team to get them ready to play a match cannot be ignored. Young players have to give their muscles a range of dynamic and progressive movements to prepare them for the game. If they don’t you’ll be risking them getting a injury when the game starts. Warm... MORE
Keep fit during the seasonal excesses
With the temptations that come with the Christmas season I thought all coaches – and I include myself in that – should be doing some crunching fitness exercises.
Here’s an example of a good one,
Abdominal crunch – knees up
- Lie face up, feet off the floor.
- Knees above hips, hands on ears.
- Keep legs still, crunch forward.
- Touch elbows on thighs.
- Return shoulders to floor.
Complete 3 sets of 10 repetitions.
Rest 60 seconds between sets.
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