April 30, 2014
Football (soccer) is one of the most perplexing games to program since it comprises almost endless movement over two 45-minute phases. Given the expanse of movement in a game, agility becomes a decisive element in the usefulness of a football player. Training that enhances this dimension has the ability to considerably enhance football performance, contributing to enhancement in all features of play. A key factor in increasing agility is that it is very particular to context. Although central movement patterns do exist, the decisive goal of training is to allow players to use these movements successfully in a...