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Soccer Warm-ups

A soccer warm up has 3 important objectives.  Decrease the risk of injury.  Increase agility, power and performance.  Mental preparation and focus.  Increasing the core body and specific muscle temperature to allow for the 3 objectives.  In modern football warm-ups are a combination of little aerobic exercise, SAQ, skill exercises and static stretching.  Select link for information related to Soccer Warm-Up Theory.

Pre-Game Warm up

Warm-up drills and exercises used prior to a game which cover the three main aspects that must be touched upon in order to achieve maximum physiological readiness; Circulation - Picking up the Metabolic Rate, Musculature - Stretching, Coordination - Technical-specific Workout.

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Warm Up Drills

Warm-up drills are more regimented methods of allowing players to warm-up.  These can be performed with or without a football.  The majority of teams perform warm-up drills prior to all football games as part of the teams full warm-up routine.

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Warm Up Games

Warm-up games are an easy way to allow players to warm-up in a dynamic and specifc way.  These can be incorporated into pre-game routines to allow players to perform the specific activities they would do in a football game.  

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Practice Warm ups

This section details practices warm ups which are both small sided games and drills. Warm-up drills and exercises used prior to practices should cover three main aspects that must be touched upon in order to achieve maximum physiological readiness; Circulation - Picking up the Metabolic Rate, Musculature - Stretching, Coordination - Technical-specific Workout. 

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Warmup Drills

Warm-up drills are more regimented methods of allowing players to warm-up.  These can be performed with or without a football.  The majority of teams perform warm-up drills prior to all football practices as part of the teams full warm-up routine.

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6