Kenny McMillan, Jan Van Winckel, Guido Seerden and Werner Helsen present in the Book: ‘Fitness in Soccer’ this soccer-specific drills performed as high-intensity interval training to elicit anaerobic and aerobic adaptations.
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GK+4v2 or GK+4v3
The game is started by the coach who centers to the GK, who then launches the counter-attack. The game is played 4v2 or 4v3, depending on the progression. The players are given a limited amount of time to score.
Defenders can score in the other goal when they recover the ball.
Groups of four attackers and two or three defenders.
4v4 with 2 Offensive Jokers
Four boxes are set out, each containing two players. Two neutral players move from box to box so as to play 3v1. The player in the box can play the ball to a teammate in another box. The player in the box keeps the ball until he gets support from the other players.
Play 1v1 in each rectangle, with two neutral players providing support in the boxes to create a 2v1 situation.