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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Women's Football Wednesday (on Thursday) - Force Application + Train What the Others Aren't

The amount of force you can exert and how you exert it is pretty much what dictates your level as an athlete.

In almost every sport you can think of, speed is the number 1 factor on whether you make it or not.

Football is no different.

As I discussed briefly in my opening WFW post a week or so back, females are naturally geared towards endurance from having far more slow twitch muscle fibers then man, be able to tap into using far as fuel far more easily (a trait of superior endurance) and not having the muscle mass (engine) to develop as much force.

But what if you could develop more force?

You're naturally geared for endurance and so are the rest of women footballers so maybe the best way to make an impact in an ever growing crowd is through increasing speed.

Last week on my homepage I posted a video of a female client of mine Pam, who after just 3 months of training has already worked her way up to 100kg deadlift training on average 2 times per week.

                             

If I had combined her strength work with sprint work I could guarantee her sprint timed would be improved across the board - they couldn't be once you lifted way over your bodyweight.

You now have a bigger engine to move your current mass with which is what speed is all about in a very simplistic way.

Once you start footy training, if you haven't already, then you'll probably focus on skills and endurance but not a lot of speed work, as is my experience from my 3 million games of football.

The aim of the my Women's Training Program is to train the stuff you don't get to at footy training, making you a complete player.

Increasing strength, thus force application and thus speed is a huge part of this program.

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