Fitness Training in Soccer: A Scientific Approach

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Reedswain Inc., Mar 1, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 336 pages
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What happens in the body when playing soccer? How much does a player work during a match? How do players cope with the physical requirements? How should players train and prepare for a match? This book provides answers to questions like these based on scientific results combined with practical experience. In a simple way it gives the reader an understanding of the principles of fitness training in soccer and how to perform the training in practice.

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Bangsbo has been playing and coaching soccer for more than 35 years.

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