Football Team

In a football team, preparation of parties is critical, but not only in technical and tactical issues but also in the physical parcel must be obtained that footballer arrives in optimum conditions to dispute this. The medical corps of the club, makes this preparation in consensus with the physical trainer and coach, and encompasses all measures adequate nutritional intake and muscle recovery. Generally this is done with more than 48 hours in advance with the party. If a party takes place on a Sunday afternoon, on Friday already the same preparation begins. Friday training is very soft, because players have to recover from the hard work of the whole week. It is usually done the session of bath and massage that physiotherapists downloaded the muscles of each footballer and in addition there are contrast baths in which athletes alternated a pool of ice at low temperature and a jacuzzi, which is located at 40.

The aim of this is to improve the circulation and relax the muscles of the lower limbs. That same day it is inadvisable to stay up late, since the effects of a bad break can last two days. On Saturday, apart that players review the strategy and tactics of the party with the trainer, the body medical plan the nutritional menu you have to follow the players to prepare the body for the meeting. Generally, it is based on providing vitamins, carbohydrates and proteins. For example, Saturday you can eat salad, pasta, chicken breast, fruit and yoghurts for dinner, white rice, fish grilled or baked. Also with salad and fruit.

On Sunday may have breakfast cereals, juices, coffee, toast, milk and to eat pasta and a fillet or Sirloin steak. Drinks with gas or alcohol should always be avoided. This ensures a good load of nutrients so that the body of the Player responds in the best possible way during the 90 minutes. Another thing to keep in mind is the rest of the footballer. The night before should sleep from 8 to 9 hours, and if the game is in the afternoon, you must sleep an hour’s NAP. Just before starting the game, players prepare themselves in the locker room to go out and play and many of them require special ankle bandages or heating certain muscles of the body to start better. The physiotherapist is responsible for these final details so that the athlete to jump to the field in the best possible way. Finally, during the game, and above all the rest, it is recommended to give the player isotonic drink to replenish minerals and energy, as well as preparing some fruit-based Smoothie to take in the middle part.

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