With the " Master in Tactical Periodization " Course we will learn to interpret the principles of Soccer, the strategies to follow, the true technique we want to transmit , the slow and intensive training, the coordination of the team, the technical staff and the management of the sports entity and how to deal with the different problems that arise in everyday life .
A course with a more extensive and complete theme . We will deepen the mechanics to follow , the scheduled calendar, the feeding of our players and how to perform training accordingly, to improve as a block and reform the entire structure .
We will delve into 6 different themes, with a vision always in line with what surrounds this methodology where there are some parameters that must be followed to reach the objectives that the coach / player / group proposes.
The objectives of the course are:
Topic 1: Theoretical framework that encompasses Tactical Periodization
Topic 2: Methodological Principles in Tactical Periodization
Topic 3: The Pattern Morphocycle and its Training Subdynamics.
Topic 4: The realization of a Game Model.
Topic 5: The Preparatory Morphocycle and Standard Morphocycle from a practical perspective.
Topic 6: The creation of tasks following the methodological process of Tactical Periodization.
Topic 7: The Tactical Cycle and its Different Tactical Blocks in the Season.
Topic 8: The strategic aspect in Tactical Periodization.
Topic 9: The creation of tasks following the methodological process of Tactical Periodization II.
Unit 10: Guide of Methods and Teaching Techniques.
Topic 11: Dismantle unreality with other comparatives.
Topic 12: The Complexity, Scientific Models and Educational Knowledge paradigm.
Topic 13: Final Project.
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