With the term "Circuit" it is meant a set of simple exercises proposed one behind the other with a prefixed sequence where the starting point and the arrival point coincide. The "circuit" is added in a context of operational means of which coaches can choose what they consider the most appropriate for the characteristics of their teams
The "Circuit" depending on the typologies of the exercises that contains can be clasified:
- Coordinative circuit
- Technical circuit
- Technical-Motor circuit
The coordinative circuit contains a sequence of simple exercises without ball where the player stimulates the motor and physical aspect working on the details of the various movements. In particular the coach can focus their attention on aspects that:
- Work on the support of the foot
- Work on the coordination of upper and lower extremities
- Basic postural scheme
- Basic motor scheme
- Coordinative capacity
These skills have to be added to the conditional part (strength, resistance, speed) with the objective of reaching a flow in the movements that allows each player to be efficient during the game situations
The "Technical-motor circuit" is a key ingredient in the growing path and each coach can choose the sequence of exercises that adapts the most to the characteristics of their team.
In the proposed circuit to the players they can stimulate multiple movements and get used to use and tune the skill to become more efficient. In this context the coach can influence the players with individual corrections verifying each time the level reached by their players.