Familiarizing students with football teaching and training methods for different age groups by electing training contents (physical conditioning drills, technical and tactical drills), and with load dosage in football training.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
Completed mandatory course Football.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Students acquire high levels of knowledge that enable him/her executing complex tasks necessary for football training and organization. Students also acquire knowledge on scientific research outcomes that involve structural and biomechanical characteristics of sport. They acquire knowledge on anthropological features important for performance excellence, and principles of programming and controlling the training process. Student is qualified for implementation of attained knowledge and skills in everyday practical work.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
Students will be able to: understand the status of football in different classifications of sports; verbalize and demonstrate basic knowledge on football technique, teaching methodology and tactics fundamentals. They will also be able to identify motor skills and abilities that influence and contribute to situational efficiency of football game or parts of the game, and vice versa - the influence of the football training and game on complete anthropological status.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Lectures and exercises
1.Definition and structure of training methodology in football (2L+2E)
2.Classification and training contents selection: physical conditioning exercises/drills (2L+1E)
3.Basic, specific and situational physical conditioning drills in football (2L+2E)
4.Load dosage in football training (2L+2E)
5.Physical conditioning methodology in football (2L+2E)
6.Principles of physical conditioning of junior athletes in each phase of their sports development (sensitive phases) (2L+2E)
7.Specific methodology of cardio-respiratory fitness and motor abilities development in football: aerobic, anaerobic, mixed aerobic and anaerobic training; strength and power, speed and agility, endurance, accuracy, flexibility and coordination training. (3L+3E)
Seminars and exercises
1.Organizational work forms in football training (2S+1E)
2.Age differences in physical conditioning methodology (2S+1E)
3.Transmuting/conversion training (2S+1E)
4.Strength and power training in football (basic) (2S+1E)
5.Strength and power training in football (specific and situational) (2S+1E)
6.Endurance training (aerobic, anaerobic, mixed aerobic and anaerobic) (2S+1E)
7.Speed training in football (basic, specific and situational) (2S+1E)
8.Coordination training (2S+1E)
9.Agility training in football - basic (2S+1E)
10.Agility training in football - specific and situational (2S+1E)
11.Flexibility training in football (2S+1E)
14.Relaxation ability (2S+1E)
15.Altitude training (2S+1E)
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