The aim of this study is to provide a broader dimension to the physical training component by deepening the methodology of developing the resistance strength of 15-16 year old junior football players to achieve maximum performance. Assessing the level of biological and motor development (in terms of resistance), selecting, organizing and targeting the specific means of athletics, in order to improve the resistance in athletes. Hypothesis: Following the application of the interview program, we have obtained an improvement in the level of the manifestation of the motor skills and particularly the level of the resistance. The operational systems used will achieve favourable biological, psychological effects on athletes. Methods: We have used The Luc Leger test, which investigates the cardio-respiratory resistance and the Cooper test that evaluates on-site the exercise capacity, aerobic resistance (continuous run for 12 minutes). Findings and Results: The VO2 max indicator estimated to be consumed during the running on the treadmills has favourably evolved, meaning that the values have increased significantly. We appreciate that the aerobic resistance of the studied subjects and the effect of the intervention program.Conclusions: Adapting the method to the specificity of the football game is achieved by obeying the following requirements: the content of the activity should include specific means and methods; engaging anaerobic lactacid efforts; lengths and distances to be repeated in an ever-varying quantity; and in active pauses to use technical means, with less effort.
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25 June 2019
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Dan, M., Teodor, G., Florina, G. E., & Cornelia, P. (2019). Ways To Develop Resistance Through Specific Means Of Athletics In Football Juniors. In V. Chis, & I. Albulescu (Eds.), Education, Reflection, Development – ERD 2018, vol 63. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 365-373). Future Academy. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2019.06.45