The Ellë Specific Training is designed to work on the player’s weaknesses giving them the confidence needed to maximise their football characteristics in the game.
The question so many young footballers need to ask themselves is simple. Am I training enough?
Individual sessions: Average volume in Europe
• U12 and younger: once per week, 30 to 60 minutes
• U13 – U15: twice per week, 90 minutes
• U16 and older: at least twice per week, about 2 hours/week
The average time spent training for junior footballers with their clubs in Australia is around the 75–90 minute mark. Two training sessions a week, plus a game on the weekend.
Even with two training sessions with your club, the majority of these sessions are in a team situation, meaning your time on the ball is even further limited.
From technical to physical, tactical and phycological work, all players with serious aspirations to improve should be looking to fit extra training in wherever possible in their schedules.
1 player – $120/hour
2 players – $180/hour
3 players – $240/hour
4 players – $280/hour
**The 10 sessions pack, will include an assessment (ESP Software) which provide parents and players with clear objective information, and coaches with insight into player development opportunities.
PHYSICAL AND TECHNICAL EVALUATION
Evaluates and tracks a players physical attributes such as speed, work rate and strength along with their technical capability such as ball movement, footwork and coordination.
Tracks and evaluates changes to a players unique attributes and characteristics with the impact of developmental training.
Monday to Friday
6 – 7am OR 7 – 8am
To be advised in the form