Training as a team is essential in winning matches and becoming a stronger and more resilient team. Working together and staying fit can only be done through training, and training as a whole team is the best way to accomplish fitness goals. But this can get difficult as all the members might not always be available and to be honest. It’s good to have some private training sessions for that extra boost of performance.
Training outside of club practice can help you to work on special focus areas that you may not get the chance to focus on during club practice sessions. With club practice sessions, you’re probably following the same practice routines on a daily basis, and this might not be enough to build enough strength and fitness. By focusing on your weaknesses, you are able to improve your overall performance and fitness levels which ultimately helps your team.
Whether playing a match against a local football team or attending one of the most important football tournaments, it’s important to always practice as a club and in personal time.
No matter what level of club you are in, as a team, you need to be able to compete in events that challenge you both spiritually, mentally, and physically. And the only way to accomplish real physical energy and strength together with a healthy mind or each tournament is to stay active and challenge yourself. Whether in team workout sessions or on your own, challenge yourself with a variety of fitness workouts throughout the week and accomplish each goal with respect and integrity to your love and passion for the game.
Although it’s important to challenge yourself both outside and inside the team practise sessions, it’s good to take a break every now and then by taking a day off from practising. Taking one day off a week will provide you with a healthier mind to focus on your game plans and to get you mentally fit for each tournament.