Strength Training and Metabolic Conditioning for Female Youth and Adolescent Soccer Players

@inproceedings{WrightStrengthTA,
  title={Strength Training and Metabolic Conditioning for Female Youth and Adolescent Soccer Players},
  author={Matthew David Wright and Mihkel-Madis Laas}
}
DESPITE THE RAPID GROWTH IN WOMEN AND GIRLS PLAYING SOCCER, EVIDENCE-BASED GUIDELINES TO INFORM CONDITIONING FOR GIRLS ARE SPARSE. MOST RESEARCH ON YOUTH SOCCER ISCONDUCTED INMALES, WHICH MAY NOT BE TRANSFERABLE TO PRACTICE IN FEMALE TEAMS. THIS ARTICLE REFLECTS ON THE CURRENT EVIDENCE BASE AND DRAWS ON THE AUTHORS’ EXPERIENCES TO PROVIDE GUIDELINES TO IMPROVE CONDITIONING PROGRAMS THROUGHOUT MATURATION IN GIRLS. THE ARTICLE FOCUSES ON THE INTEGRATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR AND METABOLIC CONDITIONING… CONTINUE READING

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