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Which training is best?

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Which training is best?

Post by Ark-Tex on 18/08/16, 10:25 pm





Which training is best?

1. Futsal
2. Paradigm
3. Attack Soccer
4. FCF (Full Circle Football)

Which is better? And How/Why?




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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Sho'Nuff on 18/08/16, 10:36 pm

Do a survey

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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Guest on 18/08/16, 10:38 pm





THAT'S THE FACT, JACK!

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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Ark-Tex on 18/08/16, 10:50 pm

Sho'Nuff wrote:Do a survey

How do you do that?

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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Guest on 18/08/16, 11:11 pm

Ark-Tex wrote:
Sho'Nuff wrote:Do a survey

How do you do that?

Start a new topic, and scroll down until you see a section called "Add a Poll", and follow the instructions.

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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Teufel Hunden on 19/08/16, 01:19 am

Adding Coerver training to the list.....however, you are not comparing apples to apples. Although I am not familiar with the Attack Soccer program, and only heard of FCF, I can tell you that Futsal and Paradigm and Coerver serve different purposes. To say one is better than the other cannot be done. For the ones that I am very familiar with - Coerver, Futsal and Paradigm; all these programs serve, in my opinion very different needs and voids in a players development.

Paradigm - Injury Prevention via speed, agility, core strength and plyometric training to name a few things. This goes for about half the session. There will be soccer specific coaching like defensive and offensive ball shielding. Teaching the player to how to use their body more effectively and more efficiently. Speed of play is enhanced by teaching the player how to handle / trap hard passes and difficult balls and lots of direction changes. Nothing fancy, but elements of the game that are super important. When playing at a high level, there is no time to do too many tricks with the ball, it is fast, one- two touch ball that is required. Lots of 3 v 3 small sided, hard and fast games.

Futsal - Based on the Futsal program that I am familiar with offered here in the Metroplex , the sessions start with speed and agility, these drills are mostly with the ball (different from paradigm). Focus is ball handling and control, lots of passing and receiving at a high rate of speed. Futsal in itself is a small sided game, and when taught well, one of the key benefits is game awareness. The rotating nature of the game teaches the player how to identify specific soccer situations and place himself/herself in the right position of advantage to exploit that soccer situation, which is key and very valuable when taken to the outside game. Speed of play is inherently the essence of Futsal in itself. Can't really play Futsal without playing fast, although there is some fancy footwork by more advanced players, it is mostly one - two touch ball.

Coerver - This program focuses mainly on foot skills. From simple pullbacks to the fanciest of foot skills. The program does incorporate 1 v 1 and some simple passing drills, but the main focus is ball handling based on foot skills. The program is more focused / geared to the younger player (4 - 12). Older players do not feel very comfortable being around many 7,8,9 year olds. Great program to "marry" your foot to the ball. Most sessions are weekly, so you need to do some practice at home in order to improve / dominate a particular foot skill trick and show improvement in your next session.

In my opinion, all have a place in a players private soccer development. All programs will enhance the player's skill on the soccer pitch. All programs can be demanding and frustrating, but you need to remember that the reason you are doing any of the programs is to get better, so at first it will be difficult, tiring, and in some instances frustrating. Of course all at age appropriate levels. Although, my daughter has trained at Paradigm on her own. Paradigm training is incorporated with our regular team training in preseason, and midseason more so for soccer fitness purposes, so she doesn't do it as much on her own anymore. My daughter also incorporates Futsal training which she really enjoys and does it pretty much year round.

The above is based on my daughter's experience (and me being there) with the programs that I just described, nothing more, nothing less.
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Re: Which training is best?

Post by NorthDallasSoccer on 19/08/16, 11:42 am

I love FCF. Amilcar runs a very intense and rewarding program.
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Re: Which training is best?

Post by Ark-Tex on 19/08/16, 05:28 pm

Teufel Hunden... Thanks!!!

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