1 Century College Men s Soccer 2015 Fitness & Conditioning Program Men s Soccer Office Century College - East Campus Office Number: E2258C Phone: Century College Soccer Century College 3300 Century Avenue North, White Bear Lake, MN century.edu Century College is a Member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. We are an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and educator. This document can be available in alternative formats to individuals with disabilities by calling or x 3354.
2 2015/16 Century College Men s Soccer 2013 NJCAA Region XIII Champions; 2013 NJCAA District C Champions 2013 NJCAA National Tournament Appearance; 2014 NJCAA Region XIII Champions #10 Ranked NJCAA National Polls; 2009, 10, 12 NJCAA Region XIII Runner-Up Welcome to the Century College! One of the key requirements of a good soccer team is conditioning and the key to any conditioning program is the ATHLETE. No matter how good the program may be, nothing is truly accomplished unless the athlete actually DOES the workouts and develops good personal fitness habits. There is a significant difference between making a decision to get fit today and making a commitment to being a fit person over the entire offseason or even for a lifetime. Any soccer training program should be based on one simple observation: soccer is a game that requires you to run, run a lot, and run and move in many different ways. Any time you are focusing on soccer-specific fitness, you should be doing one of two things - either 1) playing a lot or 2) replicating the physical demands of soccer in your training routine. Level of Soccer Amount of minutes Number of cardio Number of weight played per week workouts/ per week workouts/ per week Men s League/ Youth Soccer Men s League/ Youth Soccer < * Always start the week off by doing workout #1 first! If you are expected to work out more than once a week, make sure you do the workouts in sequential order i.e. workout #1, workout #2, and workout #3 etc. The program works on improving the six main components in conditioning: endurance, speed, flexibility, strength, agility, and explosiveness. Also don t forget to work on your individual ball skills, and try to play as much soccer as possible! Always warm up before you attempt any of the running exercises, complete each workout in the order shown in the attached fitness schedule (reading left to right). Eating a balanced diet and living a healthy lifestyle are essential for this fitness program to be a success. Be professional in every aspect of your lives this summer. Start the Strength and Fitness Program on Monday, May 25, Have a great summer and be diligent in your preparation for the upcoming season. Your ability to prepare to win should be equal to or beyond your will to win. If you have any questions about this program, feel free to call or Dave Palmer Men s Soccer - Head Coach Phone:
3 Century College Men s Soccer 2015 Fitness & Conditioning Program Be sure that a warm-up and stretch is completed before you start each conditioning session. A sufficient warm-up should last at least 5-10 minutes and allow you to break a sweat. Following the warm-up spend another 5-10 minutes stretching. After completing the workout spend another 5-10 minutes stretching to decrease muscle soreness. Descriptions of exercises are in the back of this program packet. Cardio May 25 May Mile 8:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 25 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 8:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 25 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio June 1 June Mile 8:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 25 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 8:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 25 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio June 8 June Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio June 15 June Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 full situps, 5 x 25 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday)
4 Cardio June 22 June Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio June 29 July Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio July 6 July Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 2 2 Mile 7:00 min/mile pace 10 x 80 yrd Sprints 5 x 30 situps, 5 x 30 pushups (Tuesday, Thursday) Cardio July 13 July Mile 7:30 min/mile pace Two Tower, Compass & Funnel Runs Body Circuit Training 2 Test 4 (2 x 400m, 300m, 200m) Test 1 Shuttle Run - 3 Sets Body Circuit Training 3 3 Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 120 s Body Circuit Training yrd Shuttle Run Ladders & Funnel Run Body Circuit Training Cardio July 20 July 26 1 Test 1 Shuttle Run 4 Sets 120 s Body Circuit Training 2 Test 5 (1 mile 6 min/1/2 mile 3 min) Two Tower Run & Funnel Run Body Circuit Training 400m (1:20)/200m (35s)/100m (15s) 3 2 Mile 7:00 min/mile pace Hand Run, Ladder Run Body Circuit Training 4 3 Mile 7:30 min/mile pace 300 Yrd Shuttle Run Body Circuit Training
5 Cardio July 27 August 2 1 Test 1 Shuttle Run 4 Sets 120 s Body Circuit Training 2 Test 5 (1 mile 6 min/1/2 mile 3 min) 3 Half Laps - 30 sec on/off Body Circuit Training yrd Shuttle Run 10 x 25 situps, 3 x 25 pushups Hand & Funnel Runs 4 Test 4 (2 x 400m, 300m, 200m, 100m) 10 x 25 situps, 3 x 25 pushups Body Circuit Training Monday, August 3, 2015 Players report for first day of 2015 season.
6 Description of Exercises DYNAMIC WARM UP (Perform before each conditioning session) - High knee walk stepping forward, grabbing the shin of the opposite leg and pulling the knee towards the chest. Extend the stepping leg and get up on the toes. - High knee walk with external rotation grasp the shin (instead of the knee) with a double overhand grip and pull the shin to waist height. Extend the hip of the supporting leg while rising up on the toes. - A-skip gentle skipping designed to put the hip musculature into action. No emphasis on height or speed only rhythmic action. - Heel ups shifts emphasis from the hip flexors to the hamstrings. Actively warms up the hamstrings as well as move the quads through full range of motion. - High knee run similar to running in place with a small degree of forward movement. Emphasis is on maintaining an upright posture and getting a large number of foot contacts. The key to this exercise is to maintain perfect posture. - Straight leg skip increases the dynamic stretch of the hamstring while activating the hip flexor. Hands are held at shoulder height and rt. foot goes up to the rt. hand. - Straight leg dead lift walk - reach both arms out to the side while attempting to lift one leg up to waist height. To move forward, swing the back leg through to take one giant step. Only one trip. Walking lunges on the way back. - Walking lunges w/ side lunge lunge walk forward then lateral lunge to the same side. (i.e. lunge forward with the right, then lunge lateral with the right). - Under/over the hurdles under the hurdles laterally making sure to change direction half way. The trip back is over the hurdles making sure the knee comes up to the armpit and reaches forward. - Giant carioca facing laterally, lead with the trail leg. The trail leg crosses over the lead leg above knee height. When the trail leg becomes the lead leg make sure the toes are facing up field. - Backward run emphasis is on actively pushing with the front leg while reaching out aggressively with the back leg. - Forward sprint - Forward sprint-turn to backward run
7 BODY CIRCUIT TRAINING Each exercise is to be performed for 45 seconds with a 30 second rest in between exercises. Do 2 rotations of the assigned body circuit with a 3 minute rest in between circuits. Prior to starting the circuit, make sure you do the following: 1. 5-minute warm-up - any type of cardio or running. 2. A comprehensive full body stretch. 1. Squat Jumps 2. Lunges alternate legs. 3. Bicycle crunches - hands behind head, legs off the ground, opposite elbow to knee. 4. Push ups 5. Broad jumps jump as far out as you can. Yes for 45 seconds 6. Bench dips hands on a bench or chair, feet straight out on the floor, lower yourself until upper arm is parallel with the floor 7. Burpees jump, hands on ground, extend you legs into a push up position, legs back to chest, jump. 8. Clap Pushups 9. Hip ups lie on your back, legs straight up in the air, shoot your hips to the ceiling. 10. Bicycle Jumps right foot in front, left foot back, jump as high as possible and alternate feet 20 jumps 11. Mountain Climbers keep knee over your ankle 12. Front Plank SPEED AND AGILITY DRILLS 300 Yard Shuttle The 300-yard shuttle is a very tough agility movement. The athlete will be going a twenty-five yard distance. The objective is to move between the lines as quickly as possible until 12 complete trips are completed, which equals 300 yards. The goal is to complete the drill in less than 65 seconds and to continue improving the time. **There are 12 direction changes in this drill.
8 SPEED AND AGILITY DRILLS 120 s 120 s are a test designed to measure a player s ability to run longer distances. 120 yards is the equivalent to the length of a normal soccer field. The player starts at one end of the field and must sprint to the other end. At the end the player has the remainder of the minute to rest. The rest involves a jog back to the starting point. For example, if a player runs the 120 in 20 seconds, they will have 40 seconds to run back to the start line. There is extra rest time after runs #5, 10, and 15. Goal = 10 consecutive sets all completed in under one minute. Compass Run Place 5 cones 5 yards away from the middle marker as shown above. Start in the middle and sprint to a cone and back to the middle, continue to run to each cone (5 runs). Repeat 5 times with a 30 second break between each set. Funnel Run Sprint laterally; keep the knees bent and shuttle side to side, when you reach the last cone sprint forward 10 yards, and walk back to the start. Repeat 6-8 times
9 Short Ladders Start in a sport specific position and sprint 5 yards out. Touch the line and sprint to the starting line. Next sprint 10 yards, touch the line, and sprint back. Continue with the last 5 yards out and back. Change sprints into shuffle, carioca, and backpedal. Also change the direction the athlete turns after touching the line. Repeat 8 times Two Tower Drill Begin drill by backpedaling ten yards and then either shuffle/carioca ten yards to cone. Again backpedal another ten yards and shuffle/carioca ten yards through cone. Next sprint ten yards to cone and shuffle/carioca ten yards and finish with a ten-yard sprint to the last cone. Repeat 8 times Hand Run Begin at the START cone and sprint forwards to the 1st cone and then sprint backwards to the start cone, then sprint forwards to the 2nd cone and backwards to the start cone, continue to do the same for the 3rd, 4th & 5th cone.this equals one set. Workload: 6-8 sets with a 30 second rest between each set
10 Super Weave Start on either side of the drill and sprint through the entire drill while weaving in and out of each cone, touch each cone before continuing. Workload: 6-8 sets with a 30 second rest between each set Half Laps Using a standard soccer field ( yds * 70-80yds) start where the centerline & touchline meet. Sprint around the perimeter of the field (behind the goal) and finish at the opposite side of the field (where the other touchline & centerline meet). You will be running 2 half fields and one width. When you complete the half lap immediately jog across the centerline. When you reach the original starting point, repeat sprint & jog. You have 30 seconds to complete the half lap and 30 seconds for the recovery jog across the centerline. Time Limit: 30 seconds Rest Period: 30 seconds (jog) Repetition: 6 half laps Workload: approx yds each half lap * 6 = 1080yds-1140yds Time Duration: 6 minutes
11 1100 yard Shuttle Run Put a cone down (on a level surface) as a starter marker and then place seven cones the exact distance from the starter marker as drawn above. Run from the starter marker to the 1st cone and back, and then to the 2nd cone and back, 3rd cone and back, 4th cone and back, 5th cone and back, 6th and back, 7th and back. After each run your heart rate will be around 90% - 95% of your maximum heart rate. Time Limit: 4 minutes Rest Period: 2 minutes Repetition: 4 shuttles Workload: 4400 yds Time Duration: 22 mins
12 CENTURY COLLEGE OFFSEASON & SUMMER FITNESS TESTS ALWAYS WARM UP & COOL DOWN BEFORE & AFTER RUNNING THESE TESTS Test 1 Shuttle Run- Speed & Endurance Put a cone down (on a level surface) as a starter marker and then place five cones in a line with a distance of 5 yards between each cone. Run from the starter marker to the 1st cone and back, and then to the 2nd cone and back, 3rd cone and back, 4th cone and back, 5th cone and back. It is a continuous sprint! Time Limit: 31 seconds or less Rest period: 29 seconds Repetition: 6 sets: 31 seconds on/29 seconds off Workload: 150 yards for each shuttle run Total Time Duration: 6 mins Fitness Guide: If you cannot make 5 shuttles in the time limit you have a serious fitness problem. 5 Shuttles completed = good level of fitness. 6 Shuttles completed = excellent level of fitness. Test 2 Stamina Run - 2 miles in 12 min (either at a running track, at a park, on a trail, or on the road) 8 laps of a standard running track (400m each lap), 6 min/mile (1:30min/lap) pace Fitness Guide: If you run 2 miles in 12mins or less your level of fitness is good If you run 2 miles 12:01-12:30mins your level of fitness is decent, but you must work harder to improve your stamina If you run 2 miles in a time greater than 12:30mins an you have problems with your fitness Test 3 Stamina Run - 2 miles in 12 min, rest 6 mins and then run 1 mile in 6 mins or less (2-6-1 Test) Total Distance: 3 Miles Total Time Duration: 24 mins
13 Test 4 Track Test 1- Interval & endurance training 3* 400m (each 400m in 1:10min or less) 3*300m (each 300m in 52 sec or less) 3*200m (each 200m in 33 sec or less) 3*100m (each 100m in 15 or less) Starting with the set of 400m, sprint 400m within time limit, then rest for 90 seconds, repeat run, once you have completed the 400m set, rest for 90 seconds and proceed onto 300m continue until you have completed all sets from 400m-100m. Remember you have a 90 second rest after every run. Total Time Duration: approx 20 mins Fitness guide: If you cannot complete the 400m section you have a serious problem with your fitness If you can complete the 400m section but not the 300m section your level of fitness is below average If you can complete the 400m & 300m sections you are in decent shape If you can complete the 400m, 300m & 200m sections you are in good shape If you can complete the 400m, 300m, 200m & 100m sections you are in great shape! Test 5 Track Test 2 - Interval & Stamina training Run 1 mile in 5:30min, one-minute rest Run ½ mile in 2:45min, one-minute rest Run 400m in 1:15min, one-minute rest Run 200m in 35 seconds, one minute rest Run 100m in 15 seconds Finished! Workload: 3100m Total Time Duration: 14:15 min Fitness Guide: If you cannot run 1 mile in 5:30 or less you are in bad shape If you can complete the 1 mile but you cannot complete the ½ mile run your level of fitness is below average If you can make the 1mile & ½ mile run but cannot make the 400m run you are in decent shape If you can complete the 1mile, ½ mile & 400m runs but you cannot complete the 200m you are in good shape If you can make the 400m, 300m, 200m runs but you cannot make the 100m you are in very good shape If you can complete the test your level of fitness is GREAT!
14 2015 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME Aug. 19 University of Minnesota (EXH.) Century 6:30 pm Aug. 22 North Iowa Area CC (EXH.) Century 2 pm Aug. 23 at Hamline University (EXH.) St. Paul, MN 4 pm Aug. 26 at Bethel University (EXH.) Roseville, MN 4 pm Aug. 28 University of Wisconsin-Superior Century 5 pm Sept. 2 Anoka-Ramsey CC Century 4 pm Sept. 4 at Riverland CC* Austin, MN 3 pm Minnesota Kickoff Classic Tournament - Dakota County Technical College Sept. 5 TBA Rosemount, MN TBA Sept. 6 TBA Rosemount, MN TBA Sept. 7 TBA Rosemount, MN TBA Sept. 9 at Dakota County Technical College Rosemount, MN 7 pm Sept. 13 Bismarck State College (Red River Cup - Leg 1)* Century 11 am Sept. 15 Gustavus Adolphus College Century 4 pm Sept. 23 Dakota County Technical College Century 3 pm Sept. 26 at Lake Superior College* Duluth, MN 3 pm Sept. 27 at College of St. Scholastica Duluth, MN 2 pm Sept. 29 at Anoka-Ramsey CC Coon Rapids, MN 4 pm Oct. 2 Riverland CC* Century 4 pm Oct. 4 Lake Superior College* Century 12 pm Oct. 11 at University of Wisconsin-Superior Superior, WI 11 am Oct. 13 at Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter, MN 4 pm Oct. 17 at University of Jamestown Jamestown, ND 2 pm Oct. 18 at Bismarck State College (Red River Cup - Leg 2)* Bismarck, ND 10 am NJCAA Region XIII Tournament - Rochester Community Technical College Oct. 24 TBA Rochester, MN TBA Oct. 25 TBA Rochester, MN TBA NJCAA District C Tournament - TBA NJCAA National Championship Tournament - Herkimer County CC (NY) You will get out of your college experience exactly what you put into it.
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Sprint run Card One 1 2 3 4 5 6 Skill components 1. Lands on ball of the foot. 2. Non-support knee bends at least 90 degrees during recovery phase. 3. High knee lift (thigh almost parallel to the ground).
Off Season Weekly Running Schedule Week #1-4 mile run under 35 minutes -5 minute jump rope -1 mile jog -4 X 400 meter runs under 1:40 minutes -6 X 200 meter runs under 40 seconds -2 mile run (record your
10 Week Curriculum Planner U10 COMPETITIVE SESSION 1 NASC, Inc. 2002. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form without the prior written consent
U7/U8 ATTACKING SESSION (MOVES) Attacking Moves U7/U8 Footwork/Dribbling Moves: Each player should have a ball. Left Foot Dribble, Right Foot Dribble, Roll Over, Chop/Zig Zag Dribble, Shoulder Fake, Step
Baseball Dudes Off- Season Throwing Program for Pitchers Why do I need a throwing program? To be one of the best at this game takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Every professional pitcher heads into
FLOORBALL GUIDE PLANNING LESSONS Introduction This guide is intended to help you teach the game of Floorball and plan lessons for large classes of students. The guide consists of a variety of basic exercises
ONE MILE RUN Aerobic Capacity Test Option 1 Run one mile as quickly as possible. If a student cannot run the entire mile, walking is permitted. Students will begin on the signal Ready, Start. If necessary,