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How to manage the season

How to manage the season

The proper funcioning of the program includes the inclusion of data about the season that the coach is facing
  • The category being coached in the current season
  • The number of players available
  • The workout days
  • The matches days
  • The macrocycles of the season
  • The microcycles of the season
  • The phases of the training sessions

Impostazioni della stagione

One of the most important parts asked during the parameters compilation phase is the configuration of the season phases
By "season phase" we understand a cycle, which depending on the duration, can be defined into:
  • Microcycle (e.g. one week)
  • Macrocycle (one or more months)
Each phase is described by 2 main data:
  • Number of weeks
  • Objectives
In the setting phase a certain number of weeks that make up the season are proposed and there is a tab that allows you to set it 
Impostazione dei cicli
This  tab of reality allows you to plan as you wish the objectives of the season, basing them on the coached category and the skills of the players with whom you are going to be working along the season
The final structure will make up the working plan of the coach, determining this way a working calendar based on the commitments of the season
  • A possible setting could contain 5 macrocycles
    • Preparatory
    • First phase
    • Winter break
    • Second phase
    • Temporary

With specific objectives for each of them and each macrocycle can be divided into microcycles of activity, emphasizing singular objectives

  • Another possible setting could be a division of the season into mesocycles with specific objectives for each of them, divided again into 4 weekly microcycles 
This type of approach provides the coach with the possibility of having a detailed schedule about objectives and the time in which those objectives must be pursued, leaving a lot of space for the individual planning of the work that is to be developed in the pitch