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Course CoverMaster in Physical Preparation and Injury Prevention

You will have the opportunity to voluntarily carry out your practices in different clubs in Barcelona, including RCD Espanyol or its schools.

Duration: 7 months
Start: Immediate
Degree: Master

You can pay with a single payment or in terms of 3, 6 or 12 months!

Master in Physical Preparation and Injury Prevention

Discover the secrets of Seirulo and Xesco Espar and learn the various methodologies in professional aptitude applied to the game as preferential simulation situations and more. Injury prevention is also focused. Learn to prevent injuries, but also how to recover the player so that he meets the game as soon as possible.

Registration Period:

The Spanish football season runs from September to June (pre-season teams can start in August). You can do sports every month of the year except July ..


16 years old and up.

Payment method:

To sign up for the Program: * * Payment of 10% of the program *

** ** 15 days before: 25% of the payment and the rest before starting the development program. ** **

* Bank transfer to the SoccerFundable Soccer account * ** Costs due to international bank transfers will be borne by the customer. * *

Master all the concepts and practices of physical preparation and injury prevention in the world of football with the master's degree in PHYSICAL PREPARATION AND INJURY PREVENTION of FUTBOLLAB, which starts from the game models to clarify concepts, guide methodologies and apply them to work diary.

The syllabus, brilliantly structured, includes practical examples for you to instantly apply concepts and techniques. You will learn to optimize the efficiency of the team with professionals from the sector, who will prepare you to know and apply the latest and most innovative strategies and exercises for the physical preparation of the players.

The content stands out for its unique approach: competition and effective training. The master's degree focuses on the latest trends in the field of physical preparation, including in football, leaving aside the reductionist and analytical theories to focus on systemic theories and global training.

Regarding prevention work. The agenda includes from the concepts of departure to real cases , and covers the indicated actions to avoid the appearance of injuries in the footballer ( prevention ), as well as the treatment of injured (subsequent action) to ensure that the squad is ready for the competition .

Is there physical preparation itself? What is contextualized physical preparation? This master's degree will allow you to answer these questions and others such as: what is the reality of training in current football? Is the separate and decontextualized training of the physical, technical, tactical and psychological components more effective? Do you define strength, endurance and speed in football? What practices can I suggest to my players to prevent certain injuries? What strategies should I follow to recover an injured player?


1. Introduction. Philosophy of training, competition, the human being, etc.

  • I. Evolution of training methodologies over the last decades.
  • II. New trends in soccer training.
  • III. Tactical Periodization. Brief ideas
  • IV. Systemic methodology of the "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
    • b. Historical.
    • c. Club structure
    • d. Installations.
    • and. Material available
    • F. Possibilities of cooperation for different analyzes.
    • g. Technical team.
    • h. Template (Sports curriculum of the players).
    • i. Individual performance profile of the players (explanation of the structures of Seirul.lo).
    • j. Group performance profile of the players.
    • k. Profile of collective performance of the players.
  • II. Formulation of objectives. DAFO-CAME technique.

3. Resistance training in collective sports

  • Introduction.
  • II. Current situation of resistance training.
  • III. Proposal for resistance training 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.
      • Resistance training in the technique: medium intensity.
      • Resistance training in the technique: maximum intensity
      • Resistance training in the technique: supramaximal intensity.
    • c. Resistance training as decision making.
    • d. Training of game resistance.

4. Strength training in collective sports.

  • I. Concept of strength.
  • II. "Everything is strength." Strength as a basic physical ability.
  • III. Strength training for performance improvement.

5. Speed training in collective sports.

  • I. The speed in football.
  • II. New way of understanding speed. Optimum speed?

6. Planning and Periodization

  • I. Calendar of competitions.
  • II. Planning, periodization, sports training, etc.
  • III. Load.
  • IV. General adaptation syndrome.
  • V. Control of training and load.
  • SAW. Planning model - periodization.
  • VII. The preseason.
  • VIII. The season.
  • IX. Fatigue.
  • X. Recovery methods.
  • XI Bad training management.
    • to. Overtraining and its types.
    • b. Tapering and its applicability in football teams.

7. The invisible training

  • I. Nutrition
  • II. Hydration
  • III. The hours of sleep.

8. Soccer

  • I. General characteristics.
  • II. Game dynamics.

9. The weekly structure

  • Introduction.
  • II. The game model in the training process.
  • III. The standard morphocycle or design of the weekly training cycles.
  • IV. Microstructures: Seirul.lo.

10. The training session

  • I. The organization.
  • II. The role of the physical trainer or "soccer coach".
  • III. Training time.
  • IV. The warm-up.
  • V. The main part.
  • SAW. The return to calm.
  • VII. The review of the session.
  • VIII. Strategies to follow the training day.

11. The training task

12. The competition

  • I. Strategies to follow on game day.
    • to. Basic ideas about pre-match feeding.
    • b. Pre-match warming.

13. Sports injuries in football.

  • I. Conceptual basis.
  • II. Terminology Fundamentals
  • III. Typologies
  • IV. Pathophysiology of the lesions.
  • V. Scarring and tissue regeneration.
  • SAW. The functional-sports reeducation process.

14. Medical-therapeutic treatment.

  • I. Therapeutic modalities.
  • II. Injury diagnosis.
  • III. Initial 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

This Master will give you, deep knowledge about the physical preparation fully adapted to soccer, train to play, the main tendencies of slowing down, spatial deformation, the Tactical Periodization and the ways of working of Professor Paco Seirulo in FCBARCELONA, we always seek that the physical trainer has all the tools, knowledge, examples to work on what will happen in the match situation, always looking for maximum efficiency in sports training, or what is the same, Global football training.

Also in this Master, you will have as a complement a module of Prevention of Sports Injuries, which will make your level of knowledge adapted to football, is greater since with this module you will be able to take into account ways of working to prevent injuries and how to treat injured players with more optimal and safe recovery plans.

If you are here it is because you are interested in our training programs.

It is likely that you have any Questions or doubts, for that we advise you to take a look at our frequently asked questions section.

Remember that if you have a different question, you can consult us or request information in the course file.

Via mail to admisiones@futbollab.com or by phone to 34 93 438 60 00

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