The effect of concurrent training organisation in youth elite soccer players

@article{Enright2015TheEO,
  title={The effect of concurrent training organisation in youth elite soccer players},
  author={Kevin Enright and James P. Morton and John Iga and Barry Drust},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={115},
  pages={2367-2381}
}
PurposeThis study compared the adaptive responses to two concurrent training programmes frequently used in professional soccer.MethodsFifteen youth soccer players (17.3 ± 1.6 years, 1.82 ± 0.06 m, 77.0 ± 7.3 kg; VO2 peak, 62.0 ± 4.7 ml−1 kg−1 min−1) who compete in the English Premier League volunteered for this study. In addition to completing their habitual training practices, the participants were asked to alter the organisation concurrent training by performing strength (S) training either… Expand
Implementing concurrent-training and nutritional strategies in professional football: a complex challenge for coaches and practitioners
TLDR
The present data demonstrate that the organisation of CT (i.e., exercise order and/or recovery time between bouts) and nutrition and timing of meal intake can be unsystematic in the applied environment. Expand
Comparison between traditional strength training and complex contrast training on soccer players.
TLDR
The CCT protocol could be used to improve sprint, COD and SJ in male soccer players and elicited significant within-group differences in 5 m sprint time and change of direction speed. Expand
Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training Sequence on Muscular and Aerobic Fitness for Volleyball Players
The aim of current study was to examine the effect of 8-week concurrent strength and endurance training with different intra-session sequence; strength-endurance sequence (SES), endurance-strengthExpand
Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training for Performance in Soccer
  • Joao R. Silva
  • Psychology
  • Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training
  • 2018
This chapter discusses the state of research on concurrent endurance and strength training in soccer. The first part of the chapter provides rationales for soccer as a concurrent modality andExpand
LJMU Research Online 1 NEUROMUSCULAR DETERMINANTS OF UNILATERAL JUMP PERFORMANCE IN SOCCER PLAYERS ARE DIRECTION-SPECIFIC
Purpose: To investigate differences in neuromuscular factors between elite and non-elite players, and to establish which factors underpin direction-specific unilateral jump performance. Methods:Expand
The Neuromuscular Determinants of Unilateral Jump Performance in Soccer Players Are Direction-Specific.
TLDR
While larger and stronger quadriceps differentiated elite from nonelite players, relationships between neuromuscular factors and unilateral jump performance were shown to be direction-specific and support a notion that improving direction- specific muscular power in soccer requires improving a distinct neuromUScular profile. Expand
Effect of linear and undulating training periodization models on the repeated sprint ability and strength of soccer players
– Purpose: The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of linear and undulating strength-power training scheme on the repeated sprint ability (RSA) and lower body strength of soccer players.Expand
Methodological Characteristics, Physiological and Physical Effects, and Future Directions for Combined Training in Soccer: A Systematic Review
TLDR
The training protocols used in CT studies in soccer are characterized, the main physiological and physical effects of CT on soccer players are summarized, and future directions for research are provided. Expand
The Effects of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Physical Fitness and Athletic Performance in Youth: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
TLDR
CT is more effective than single-mode ET or ST in improving selected measures of physical fitness and athletic performance in youth and was more effective in improving muscle power in youth. Expand
The Effects of Endurance-Based Skills-Specific Running Loads on Same-Day Resistance-Training Performance in Professional Australian Rules Football Players.
TLDR
Sport-specific endurance-running loads negatively affect subsequent same-day RT performance, and this effect is greater in-season and with shorter recovery durations between bouts. Expand
...
1
2
3
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 78 REFERENCES
The order of concurrent training does not affect soccer-related performance adaptations.
TLDR
There was a positive effect of the concurrent training approach on key measures of soccer performance, but the order of completing HIT and STR appears inconsequential to performance adaptations. Expand
Match performance of high-standard soccer players with special reference to development of fatigue
TLDR
Top-class soccer players performed more high-intensity running during a game and were better at the Yo-Yo test than moderate professional players; fatigue occurred towards the end of matches as well as temporarily during the game, independently of competitive standard and of team position; defenders covered a shorter distance in high- intensity running than players in other playing positions. Expand
MEASURES OF EXERCISE INTENSITY DURING SOCCER TRAINING DRILLS WITH PROFESSIONAL SOCCER PLAYERS
TLDR
It is demonstrated that HR and RPE are only poorly related during the intense drills used in this study, and that HR underestimates the intensity of the 2v2 drill. Expand
The impact of concurrent-training on the physiological adaptations to sport specific exercise in elite footballers
Elite football players are required to train multiple metabolic and physical parameters simultaneously. Due to the nature of the competition schedule and training time available players often performExpand
Effect of Timing of Eccentric Hamstring Strengthening Exercises During Soccer Training: Implications for Muscle Fatigability
TLDR
Findings indicate that the training intervention had a time-dependent beneficial effect on eccentric hamstring strength and that strength training conducted posttraining significantly reduced the negative influence of fatigue. Expand
Effects of intra-session concurrent endurance and strength training sequence on aerobic performance and capacity
TLDR
Circuit training immediately after individualised intermittent endurance training in the same session (E+S) produced greater improvement in the 4 km time trial and aerobic capacity than the opposite order or each of the training programmes performed separately. Expand
Strength and endurance of elite soccer players.
TLDR
It is concluded that for soccer players, maximal oxygen uptake should be expressed in relation to body mass raised to the power of 0.75 and maximal strength in relationTo evaluate maximal aerobic capacity when running and strength capacity among players with different body mass. Expand
Cross‐sectional investigation of indices of isokinetic leg strength in youth soccer players and untrained individuals
TLDR
Results suggest that the muscle‐loading patterns experienced in youth soccer may alter the reciprocal balance of strength about the knee under high‐velocity conditions and indicate that these balances may be improved by incorporating resistance training into the habitual exercise routines of youth soccer players. Expand
Variability of acute physiological responses and performance profiles of youth soccer players in small-sided games.
TLDR
Results suggest that SSG training can provide a reliable aerobic training stimulus and an increase in game format size does not appear to influence the variability of the acute physiological responses to SSGs, although continuous formats display less variability than interval formats. Expand
Physiological Adaptation in Women Concurrently Training for Strength and Endurance
TLDR
The present results do not demonstrate any negative effects on strength development for women concurrently training for strength and endurance, and the sequence or order of training did not influence strength training adaptations but may have limited aerobic adaptations. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...