F.I.T.T. Program

The additional training will be a 10 week program appropriate for players aged 10 to 14 years old. The Functional Integrated Technical Training Program (F.I.T.T.) is designed to speed up player development and produce powerful players with ‘football athleticism’. The program will focus on a maximum group of 5 players for one 60 minute session. The program will run from March 7th to May 30th, 2015.

Date: March 7th to May 30th, 2015
Location: Loyola Catholic Secondary School
Address: 4010 Sladeview Crescent, Mississauga
Coaches: Deon Kelly, Roberto Escobar

G5 Program 1: 5:00-6:00
G5 Program 1: 6:00-7:00
G5 Program 1: 7:00-8:00
G5 Program 1: 8:00-9:00

Email info@rushcanada.com to register your child today!

These are some of the characteristics of the program:
  1. The structure of the sessions is arranged so that they progress from simple to complex
  2. The sessions follow this structure:
    – Dynamic warm up with the ball
    – Technical resistance exercise
    – Technical complex or opposed exercised
    – Tactical exercise
    – Group exercise
  3. All sessions incorporate technical complex element like passing, receiving and turning in a game environment to develop speed of play and game awareness.
  4. Sessions are multipurpose in order to develop different aspects of the game in the same session.

The program will develop:
REACTIVE SKILL: 
Teaching skill under pressure not isolated skill (endless keep ups etc) improving art of secondary movements with & without the ball!
AGITATION TRAINING:
Training the mind to always be in a state of ‘ agitation’ so as to be prepared for any eventuality!
REACTIVE SPEED:
Improving time to get to the ball & react to the ball!
NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION:
Teaching the use of triggers/set ups as opposed to verbal methods!
EFFICIENCY OF TRAINING:
Teaching the importance of saving valuable session time by integrating technical-tactical-physical-psychological aspects into every session.
TRANSFERENCE ONTO THE PITCH:
Highlighting the importance of how content of sessions must have a 100% transference into the game & onto the pitch!

Weeks 1 and 2: Develops basic soccer technical elements like dribbling, turning, running with the ball and passing.
Weeks 3 and 4: During these two weeks the group works on basic attacking principles and combination play.
Weeks 5 and 6: The main elements for these two weeks are shooting, passing and awareness.
Weeks 7 and 8: The group works on defensive elements of the game and other technical elements like crossing and finishing.
Weeks 9 and 10: The last two weeks the group works on tactical elements like possession, transition and finishing in the final third.

Email info@rushcanada.com to register your child today!