This unit will be offered within a study tour as part of a 5-year partnership agreement between Victoria University and the Real Madrid Graduate School/UEM. The partnership includes different activities focussed on staff and student mobility and it extends onto other courses within the College of Sport and Exercise Science. This unit will be part of a set of two units offered in a 2-week residential period.
SFS6005 - Monitoring Load and Recovery in Football
|1.||Conceptually map and reflect on the successful models of football player development to implement them in a plan;|
|2.||Critically review and dispute new and available technologies to apply them in the development of young athletes; and|
|3.||Design and evaluate specific training plans based on the performance models available for different age groups.|
|Presentation||Oral Presentation; Implementation of plan||30%|
|Assignment||Reflective journal aimed at crafting a theoretical plan of Talent ID||70%|
Fútbol base II: el entrenamiento en categorías de formación:
Casais, L., Dominguez, E., & Lago-Peñas, C., 2010
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