Football is one of the most physically demanding sports, mainly because they have to run a lot for a 90-minute match. Although overall fitness factors influence a player’s ability to maintain energy levels, other areas of focus, such as diet, sleep and specialized training, can also help improve endurance for soccer.
Upload steep streets: This exercise builds strong legs to move against gravity. Spread on a street in 180-365 meters long with a good slope, but try not too steep. Jogs two to three times per week, adding more runs each week as you improve your endurance.
Jogs: Jogging burns more calories than just walking, increases circulation and makes your heart work harder during activity. In addition, tones muscles. As football players run or jog on a field during the course of a game, this activity will have a direct impact on your strength as you play. Continue reading “How to improve my endurance for soccer”