Objective. The aim of this study was to examine the results of a specific technical and coordiantive soccer protocol programme, using two different groups of young footballers, one controll group and one training group. Methods. The study was performed on two amatuer under 16 soccer teams both with 18 players with the metodh of pre-post test. Before starting the specific training protocol, for both grouop was performed a specific techinical and coordinative test, in order to obtain objective data. One team was used like Control Group (CG) and other like Training Group (TG), and perfermed a specific technical and coordinatuve protcol (STCP). After one month at the end of the specific training protocol, was perfromed a post-test. Results. TG in Pre-Test showed an average time of 18,2 ± 2,3 seconds and 78,1 ± 21,0 juggles, in Post- Test recorded an average time of 16,5 ± 1,7 seconds and 83,5 ± 15,8 juggles. CG in Pre-Test showed an average time of 19,2 ± 1,6 and 66,2 ± 22,3 juggles, in Post-Test recorded an average time of 18,4 ± 1,4 and 70,6 ± 20,2 juggles. Between Pre and Post test, TG shows a percentage increase of 6% in Time, with a P-value of 0,018 (significant for p < 0,005) and 6% in juggling, with a P-value of 0,390 (non-significant for p < 0,005). CG shows an increase of 4% in Time with a P-value of 0,144 (non-significant for p < 0,005) and 6% in juggling, with P-value of 0,279 (non-significant for p < 0,005). Conclusions. Collected data show that, the STCP can be considerate can produce significant improvements in travelling time in a specific techinical and coordinative test, talking about juggling ability no significant improvements were detected. This study showed that is possible to obtaing coordinaive and tecnchial improvments with the use of a specific training protocol in youth footballers

The role of one specific training protocol in a specific technical and coordinative test for soccer in youth male footballers

Izzo R.
;
Hosseini Varde'i
2018-01-01

Abstract

Objective. The aim of this study was to examine the results of a specific technical and coordiantive soccer protocol programme, using two different groups of young footballers, one controll group and one training group. Methods. The study was performed on two amatuer under 16 soccer teams both with 18 players with the metodh of pre-post test. Before starting the specific training protocol, for both grouop was performed a specific techinical and coordinative test, in order to obtain objective data. One team was used like Control Group (CG) and other like Training Group (TG), and perfermed a specific technical and coordinatuve protcol (STCP). After one month at the end of the specific training protocol, was perfromed a post-test. Results. TG in Pre-Test showed an average time of 18,2 ± 2,3 seconds and 78,1 ± 21,0 juggles, in Post- Test recorded an average time of 16,5 ± 1,7 seconds and 83,5 ± 15,8 juggles. CG in Pre-Test showed an average time of 19,2 ± 1,6 and 66,2 ± 22,3 juggles, in Post-Test recorded an average time of 18,4 ± 1,4 and 70,6 ± 20,2 juggles. Between Pre and Post test, TG shows a percentage increase of 6% in Time, with a P-value of 0,018 (significant for p < 0,005) and 6% in juggling, with a P-value of 0,390 (non-significant for p < 0,005). CG shows an increase of 4% in Time with a P-value of 0,144 (non-significant for p < 0,005) and 6% in juggling, with P-value of 0,279 (non-significant for p < 0,005). Conclusions. Collected data show that, the STCP can be considerate can produce significant improvements in travelling time in a specific techinical and coordinative test, talking about juggling ability no significant improvements were detected. This study showed that is possible to obtaing coordinaive and tecnchial improvments with the use of a specific training protocol in youth footballers
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