Alessandro Brazzit is the strength and conditioning coach for junior performance development at FC Treviso. He has worked as a strength and conditioning coach with several high school basketball teams in Italy and as a personal trainer in Australia. He received his M.S. in Sport Science from the University of Milan. Brazzit is also a certified FMS specialist Level II, through Functional Movement Systems. Follow him on Twitter @ABrazzit or on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AlexBrazzit.
To be really effective conditioning for soccer, exercises in a program must promote stability through dynamic movements. Energy transfers have to foster the stability needed for improved shooting, kicking, dribbling and [...]
The high intensity running and intermittent exertion required during a single 90-minute soccer game make soccer athletes extremely familiar with delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). (See Strategies to Reduce Post-Workout Muscle [...]