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Discuss your training routine and techniques you are practicing
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xQuetos
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Hello and welcome to the forums.
xQuetos wrote:I practice football everyday for around 3 hours, is this enough? in these 3 hours I work on a bit of everything passing and shooting against wall, dribbling through cones, juggling/freestyle, first touch.. .
3 hours is a lot in my opinion. Most teams don't train that long and there are usually more breaks during team practice.
It might be productive to work on specific drills for 1-2 hours but at higher intensity.
Anything else you can do to become a better athlete is good. Weight training and sprints are helpful if you at least 13 or older.
15-20 minutes of jogging is a good start for any routine so you can warmup before the actual exercise.
Good luck!

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There are many great ways to train. One way is attending a soccer camp in America or Europe. In America there is a camp that bring European Coaches over from the biggest clubs in Europe to America. https://europasoccercamp.com/

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If you can keep a high intensity for 3 hours straight that is insane. However if you feel sluggish during training it may be better to have a short intense workout than a long low intensity workout. It all depends on how you feel. Another thing you could do is schedule a 1hour and 30 session in the morning and later on a short intense workout. Try different things but try to keep it intense and active.

For the gym. The plan you have now is good. If you like that stick to it. If you want to try something else you can also do a upper body and lower body split. It would look like this.

Day 1 Upperbody
Day 2 Lower Body
Day 3 Upperbody
Day 4 Lowerbody
Day 5 Upperbody
Day 6 Lower body
Day 7 Rest

For diet you want to have a calorie surplus. Which means eat more calories than you burn. Some food you can eat are brown rice, sweet potato, oatmeal, chicken, fruits, avocado, carrots to name a few.

Check out my blog for a post on hydration https://firafootballfitness.com/?s=Hydration

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