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PTS Soccer


Soccer is a sport of changing demands. You start, stop, slide and jump continuously throughout training and matches. The build up of this physical stress can take it's toll on the body over the course of a season. Prepare your body to perform at its highest abilities. Follow the Performance Training Systems Soccer Training Program and break through your Performance Barriers!
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Benefits of PTS Soccer Training  
  • Improve your first-step quickness and acceleration , allowing you to win more balls
  • Develop greater functional strength and balance to better maintain position and control against your defender .
  • Improve speed, power, and fitness to give your body the ability to play a high-speed, attacking style of play for your position all game long.
  • Unlock your shot power through isolated training of the powerful muscles in your hip rotators, improve leg strength and power outputs to enhance leg and ball speed, blasting that ball through to the back of the net.
  • Improve multi-directional speed and footwork coordination , which will improve your ability to be more agile and perform quick cuts on the field, side-stepping one-on-one coverage giving you more space to move with the ball.
  • Improve your vertical game by increasing your power and explosiveness , allowing you to get to more balls in the air.
  • Goalkeepers will develop faster reaction and improved first-step quickness to be more explosive on two-foot and one-foot takeoffs in goal.
  • Train through a "Pre-habilitation" approach, designed to will strengthen the ankles, knees, hips and the musculature in between as a Linked System minimizing your risk of injury from tackles, sharp cuts on the pitch, or inclement weather.
  • Learn to recover efficiently between matches and training sessions . Targeted Energy System training will enhance your ability to bring your game up to the highest of speeds when you need it most, and then recover quickly during changes of play, allowing you to compete at your highest level throughout every match, of every tournament, over the entire season.
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    What is included in PTS Soccer Training?

    Included in every PTS Soccer Training package is:

    - personal (individual athlete or team) consultation
    - Soccer based Strength and Conditioning Program
    - Training Tracking and Monitoring excel tables
    - Training videos and other training resources

    Training Tipp: To prevent injury to the Knee ligaments, the anterior cruciate ligament in particular, seems to tear during landings, quick stop or cutting movement while in an erect position with straight knee and hip and a knock-kneed position. Female players: You need to learn how to lower the centre of your body mass and how to absorb the shock of landing by flexing the hips and knees.
     
     

    Additional Soccer Training Services:
    - Personal or Team training sessions (in a Fitness Studio, on your training field, in a Gym)
    - Consultation with our Director of Sports Nutrition for optimizing your fueling strategies
    - Performance specific Training plans (Speed, Jump / Power training, Agility etc.)
    - Video Analysis of movement mechanics (Biomechanical Analysis)
    - Fitness Testing - Standard
    - Fitness Testing - Plus


    *If you have questions about PTS Soccer Training, click the link and fill out our Sport Specific Training E-mail form


     
    Soccer & Nutrition

    Hydration Strategies for Soccer - SPORT & EXERCISE SCIENCE, Vol.2, No.6.
    Nutrition for the Pitch - SPORT & EXERCISE SCIENCE, Vol.2, No.6

    Whenever highly talented, motivated and well trained players meet in a soccer competition, the margin between victory and defeat is small. Attention to detail can make that vital difference. Your diet affects your performance, and the food you choose in training and competition will affect how well you train and play.

    A well-balanced and varied diet made of natural foods rich in valuable nutrients is the best performance enhancer you can take in. Compared to doping methods and supplements, it has at least two clear advantages: First, it is allowed and will not place you at risk of a positive doping test and consecutive sanctions. Second, it is healthy and will make you feel better in training, competition and leisure time without any hazards to your physical and mental health.

    No other dietary strategies enjoy the reputation of proven performance enhancers as do the consumption of water and carbohydrate during exercise. You can turn this science into optimum performance and well-being by learning the practical aspects.
    PTS Sports Rehab Training

    66% of all soccer injuries occur to the ankle, knee, head, lower leg and foot. Another interesting finding is the number of players with prior injuries. About half the players with ankle sprains had a prior sprain, many within the same season. The risk of a second ankle sprain increases by 3-5 times in players with a prior sprain. Very often, a major injury was preceded by an incompletely rehabilitated minor injury.

    As a player or a coach, do you know the body parts you should regularly and most attentively stretch? Do you know what techniques in jumping and landing are helpful to avoid knee injuries? What implications should the association between low endurance and injury have for your training schedule? Why should female players learn to lower their body's centre of mass? Do you know how to coach throw-ins of the ball to help in preventing head injuries? Do you know about recovery and overtraining? What special considerations apply for children?

    PTS will work with you to develop training programs and strategies so that your athletes can prevent, and if needed, recover from injury quick and effectively.

      Research Corner - From Lab to the field

    Downloadable Resources

    - Biomechanical Characteristics of Soccer Instep Kick - Here
    - A Metabolic Approach to Soccer Strength & Conditioning - Here
    - Development of Speed, Agility & Quickness in Female Soccer - Here
    - IOC Consensus Statement on Non-Contact ACL Injury in Female Athletes - Here
    - PTS Original Work: An Etiological Review of Patello-Femoral Pain and Appropriate 12 Month Rehab - Here
           
       

                              
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