Soccer Physiological Profile Review Presentation By Lauren Bachtel

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Soccer Physiological Profile Review Presentation By Lauren Bachtel

Soccer Physiological Profile Review Presentation By Lauren Bachtel

 Fitness Demands Energy Fitness Aerobic Anaerobic H H Muscular Fitness Flexibility M Strength

Fitness Demands Energy Fitness Aerobic Anaerobic H H Muscular Fitness Flexibility M Strength Endurance Speed Power M M-H H M-H

Energy Fitness l l Demands vary for each position Anaerobic fitness develops with age

Energy Fitness l l Demands vary for each position Anaerobic fitness develops with age VO 2 max range from 50 -75 m. L/kg/min. Blood lactate range from 5 -14 mmol/L http: //11 oneonefilms. files. wordpress. com/2007/07/img_4112. jpg

Medium Fitness Demand l l l Flexibility reduces injury and increase agility Soccer training

Medium Fitness Demand l l l Flexibility reduces injury and increase agility Soccer training reduces ROM Strength can increase power capacities http: //www. teachnet. ie/coconnor/images/kids%20 stretching. gif

Medium – High Fitness Demand l l Endurance is needed due to lengthy games

Medium – High Fitness Demand l l Endurance is needed due to lengthy games Power is used throughout the game, especially for quick moves to get around opponent http: //www. dailyhaha. com/_pics/doing_it_wrong_soccer. jpg

High Fitness Demand l speed is not just being able to run fast in

High Fitness Demand l speed is not just being able to run fast in a straight line it is also being able to accelerate quickly, maintain a high velocity, react quickly in different situations, and the ability to move quickly with the ball.

References (2004). Soccer History. Retrieved April 13, 2008, from expertfootball. com Web site: http:

References (2004). Soccer History. Retrieved April 13, 2008, from expertfootball. com Web site: http: //expertfootball. com/history/soccer. php Vanderford, M, Meyers, M, Skelly, W, Stewart, C, Hamilton, K, & (2004). Physiological and sportspecific skill response of olympic youth soccer athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18, 334 -342. Stolen, T, Chamari, K, Castagna, C, & Wisloff, U (2005). Physiology of soccer. Sports Med, 35, 501 -536. Gil, S, Gil, J, Ruiz, F, Irazusta, A, & Irazusta, J (2007). Physiological and anthropometric characteristics of young soccer players according to their position: relevance for the selection process. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 21, 438 -445 (2003). Lactate threshold training. Retrieved April 13, 2008, from The Sport Factory Web site: http: //thesportfactory. com/site/trainingnews/Lactate_Threshold_Training_251. shtml Silvestre, R, Kraemer, W, West, C, Judelson, D, & Spiering, B (2006). Body Composition and physical performance during a national collegiate athletic association division I men's soccer season. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 20, 962 -970 Bradley, Author's first name initial. P, & Portas, M (2007). The relationship between preseason range of motion and muscle strain injury in elite soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 21, 1155 -1159. (2005). Muscular Strength. Retrieved April 13, 2008, from Healthline Web site http: //www. healthline. com/hlbook/art-muscular-strength Muscular Endurance. Retrieved April 13, 2008, from General Fitness Guide Web site: http: //generalfitness. tripod. com/id 1. html