You will have the opportunity to act, voluntarily, his internships in different clubs in Barcelona.
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With our Master in Physical Preparation and Injury Prevention, you will learn the basic concepts and you can become a professional capable of devising strategies and increasing sports performance.
The physical preparation of an athlete does not depend only on its strength, resistance and speed, on the contrary, it is also about obtaining tactical, psychological and theoretical knowledge.
We try to make the athlete or the coach acquire the ability to develop their qualities to the maximum, to achieve greater performance on the court.
• Improve decision making regarding football.
• Specialization in general and specific knowledge of football.
• Tactical periodization of Professor Paco Seirul · what in FC Barcelona.
• Know the bases and measures to take into account in football.
• Explore the knowledge, tools, means that must be used in a party.
• Learn training techniques, which are currently a trend.
• Be able to determine harmful behaviors that may cause injuries. (Prevention).
Virtual classroom: The courses are taught entirely in online mode. They are carried out through our virtual campus that is accessed from the cover of our website, www.futbollab.com, through the Access to the Virtual Aula button. From there you can enter them, explanatory presentations, demonstrative videos, analysis of the teachers, tasks that are sending and correcting the teachers.
Tutors: Teachers offer continuous tutoring, establishing telephone tutorials and/or by videoconference, explaining the doubts that arise. They guide your training evolution throughout the course, depending on your profile and level of dedication or study schedule. As we have indicated, the agenda, the videos, articles, interviews with experts are part of your evolution in the course, so you will do periodic exercises that the teacher reviews to give you the clearest idea of the subject that is being worked on.
This degree has the same validity outside of Spain, since it is a curricular title of studies, and covered by the Organic Law of Universities. Specific homologation or accreditation is not required, because universities have the ability to issue their own titles, as stated in article 2.g) of the Organic Law of Universities 6/2001.
1. Introduction. Formation philosophy, competition, human being.
• I. Evolution of training methodologies throughout the last decades.
• II. New trends in football training.
• III. Tactical periodization Brief ideas.
• IV. Systemic methodology of "new model" training.
• V. What is the state of form? New concept of the state of form.
• SAW. Is there physical preparation?
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
• I. General description.
to. Club description.
c. Club structure.
and. Available material.
F. Cooperation possibilities for different analysis.
g. Technical team.
h. Template (players sports curriculum).
Yo. Players individual performance profile (explanation of Seirul's structures).
J Group performance profile of the players.
k. Collective performance profile of the players.
• II. Formulation of objectives. DAFO-CAME TECHNIQUE.
3. Resistance training in collective sports
• II. Current situation of resistance training.
• III. Resistance training proposal in collective sports.
to. General aerobic resistance training.
▪ Aerobic efficiency training.
▪ Aerobic capacity training.
▪ Power training.
▪ Resistance recovery training.
▪ Summary of general resistance training.
b. Specific resistance training.
▪ Resistance training in the technique.
▪ Strength training in the technique: medium intensity.
▪ Strength training in technique: maximum intensity
▪ Strength training in the technique: surmáximo intensity.
c. Resistance training as decision making.
d. Game resistance training.
4. Force training in collective sports.
• I. Concept of force.
• II. "Everything is strength." Force as basic physical capacity.
• III. Force training for performance improvement.
5. Speed training in collective sports.
• I. speed in football.
• II. New way of understanding speed. Optimal speed?
6. Planning and periodization
• I. competition calendar.
• II. Planning, periodization, sports training, etc.
• III. Load.
• IV. General adaptation syndrome.
• V. Training and load control.
• SAW. Planning model - periodization.
• VII. The preseason.
• VIII. The season.
• IX. Fatigue.
• X. Recovery methods.
• XI. Bad training management.
to. The envelope and their types.
b. Tapering and its applicability in football teams.
7. Invisible training
• I. Nutrition.
• II. Hydration.
• III. Sleep hours.
• I. General characteristics.
• II. Game dynamics.
9. The weekly structure
• II. The game model in the training process.
• III. The pattern or design of the weekly training cycles.
• IV. Microstructures: Seirul.Lo.
10. The training session
• I. the organization.
• II. The role of physical trainer or "football team.".
• III. Training time.
• IV. The warm-up.
• V. the main part.
• SAW. The return to calm.
• VII. The session review.
• VIII. Strategies to follow the training day.
11. The training task
12. The competition
• I. Strategies to follow the day of the game.
or a. Basic ideas about pre-speech food.
or b. Pre-stuffed warming.
13. Sports injuries in football.
• I. Conceptual Bases
• II. Terminological foundations.
• III. Typologies.
• IV. Pathophysiology of injuries.
• V. tissue healing and regeneration.
• SAW. The functional-sports reeducation process.
14. Medical-therapy treatment.
• I. Therapeutic modalities.
• II. Diagnosis of the lesion.
• III. Informal care.
• IV. Therapeutic proposals.
15. Recovery process. Therapeutic modalities.
16. Therapeutic allies and sports injury.
• I. Pharmacological agents.
• II. Feeding.
• III. Erogenous.
• IV. Homeopathy.
17. Final evaluation
The student opts for the following evaluation system, according to their personal situation and training needs:
· Continuous evaluation + "Final Evaluation"
· 60% of the final grade is obtained through the activities that are proposed during the course and that will be assessed in “continuous evaluation”; The student realization of these activities will undergo a verification verification by the teachers.
· The remaining 40% of the final grade will obtain the final master's project that will be carried out at the end of the course.
At the end of the course you will carry out a final project that will encompass all the areas studied and that will always imply the development of a real case, since from Soccerlab we want our courses at all times to be aimed at the real training situation that the technicians are in their teams.
Graduates/Graduates in Physical and Sports Activity Sciences.
Technician with Soccer Experience.
The accreditation of these requirements will be validated at the time of registration by the Futbollab Admissions Department.
To enroll you should only do click In the Enrolleate tab, from there you will ask you to enter your personal data necessary for the academic file and in the final part of the process you can choose the payment format of this program.
Remind you that in this course you can go to your rhythm and do it according to your availability, as long as you do not exceed the maximum time to do it, that in the case of the Masters it is 2 and a half years, 18 months for expert or technical courses and 7 months for courses that are not of these categories.
It is plenty of time to perform, if you still need more time, you must request authorization from the admissions department to extend a time, in the case you get positive response, the new time agreed will be automatically extended.
This master's degree It is issued by Soccerlab and has 60 credits ECTS (1500 hours teaching)
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