How to develop the potential of a young player?

How to motivate a player to work? How to convince him to give his best in training, show his potential on the pitch, set and achieve goals? Mental development is as important as shaping tactical, technical or motor skills. Check this e-book to learn more.

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What determines a good player?

The best players strive for excellence, work hard, and want to grow. Here are some features to help with this:

  • Defining and setting specific goals (one should learn how to set goals in order to stay motivated and confident).

  • Constant development (the best players are characterized by being one or several steps ahead of the others).

  • Time-management (it is important to follow the values, put important things in the first place and then get the most out of the time).

  • Willing to learn (it does not matter if you are a beginner or a professional, you can always gain some knowledge).

  • Self-awareness (understanding of one-self is fundamental to the success of sports psychology, it helps in building self-esteem and making better decisions).

How does GPS teach professionalism?

GPS monitoring helps not only in shaping motor skills, but also changes the mentality of young players.

  • Working with the GPS monitoring system helps young players to develop their professional approach to the game.

  • Fatigue monitoring, measuring speed and endurance parameters are very important during matches, as well as training sessions.

  • Constant training monitoring can reduce risk of injuries resulting from overtraining and undertraining.

  • Good physical preparation is essential and that is what coaches need on the pitch.

  • The GPS monitoring system helps to work on the development of motor skills on a every advancement level.

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How does GPS monitoring help coaches discover and develop the potential of young players?

  • Working on mistakes (analysis of the collected data helps to eliminate mistakes made during matches and training: too long warm-up, too high intensity, etc.)

  • Working on one's strength (apart from weaknesses, both player and coach should pay attention to the athlete’s strengths and choose them as a basis for further work).

  • Defining the needs (from the plenty of data one can choose what statistics to measure, depending on the level of the player).

  • Building a gradual training plan for the team or individual players (comparing each player to the whole team allows to draw conclusions about the level of his preparation).

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