The FrauenElv currently operates with its own training concept. That goes down with the team.
Exactly a month ago, on March 15, the first batch of the FrauenElv fell victim to the Corona crisis. After the cancellation of the home game against 1. FFC Montabaur, the following games of the Regionalliga Südwest against SC Bad Neuenahr and TSV Schott Mainz could not be played. The Saarland Cup quarter-finals at SC Falscheid also had to be canceled.
"Of course we would much rather be on the pitch with each other," says coach Kai Klankert: "But we can continue to develop our players even in this difficult situation." Klankert and assistant coach Pascal Völkle have developed a training concept that challenges the players individually, always pushes them to the limit, but also does not neglect the fun of football.
"We initially gave the players a two-week break because it was clear that the game break would take longer," says Völkle: "Since then, we have been training four times a week - running units, strength units and internal team competitions. The team accepts this extremely well. ”
The running units in the home office are controlled and given individual goals. The players communicate with the coaching team via app. Other exercises are transmitted via video - especially the competitions that the players compete with each other. “Footballers want to measure themselves. Footballers want to win. That is also our basic idea at this point, ”says coach Klankert:“ In the competitions, our players go to the limit to collect points for a team-internal table. The ambition is outstanding. ” Sometimes it is running programs, sometimes strength units, but also exercises with ball that are evaluated. “We always try to set new stimuli. So far it works quite well. ”
The FrauenElv coaching team wants to continue this program consistently. "We see many examples of how the players are currently developing," says assistant coach Völkle: "We can only benefit from this." Because sooner or later it will be back on the pitch. Whether this season or the next season is still open. "But that is not relevant for us now," explains Völkle: "It is crucial that we make the players better. Even in the current situation. ”
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press report written by: Selina Wagner
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