Here is where the journey to greatness starts. Whatever your circumstances we have training that can meet your needs. We have developed training for players depending on the amount of free time you can dedicate to developing your technical excellence (1 hour, 30 minutes or 10 minutes). We have developed training for those with little or no equipment and those with an abundance of things to help you develop your footballing skills.
How to make the training most effective
These training sessions are designed to be intense, technically focused and full of game changing impact but there are 2 things you must do in every session otherwise the effectiveness of what you do will be greatly reduced:
1) Make sure you do everything with that intensity and desire to improve. Every step down from your maximum effort is a step back from improving as a player.
2) Make sure you do everything with the correct technique. If you are not sure what the correct technique is make sure you check out the videos to get the technique correct before you start the training. If you practise the wrong technique you could teach yourself bad technique which will stop you developing your power and accuracy as you move forward and its much harder to change poor technique than learn a new technique properly.
With that in mind here is my advice for each level of training to act as a guideline to what you need to do to make the training as effective as possible:
1 hour training - With this you can improve just doing one hour a week but if you want dramatic changes you need to be doing this 2-3 times a week. It can be hard to find the time and everything you will do help but if you are serious about improving as a player it needs to be every week.
30 minute training - This has to be done at least twice a week and anywhere up to 5 times a week. It can actually be very effective working for small periods of time and although it may seem hard to imagine being able to put aside that much spare time to do this it is the length of a TV programme and the 30 minutes will fly by. I recommend working in the morning to start off your day.
10 minute training - This should be done at least 3 times a week but ideally 5 times. 10 minutes is very easy and it is important that every minute is spent effectively. Working every morning is a great way to continuously progress and really refine key aspects of your technique.