At the High Performance Football Camp in Alicante, we strive to be very careful about the training methodology used to train the young players of our structure. That is why we have called on Fernando Perez for the football camp in Alicante, Spain, one of the best technical directors in modern Spanish football methodology for our high performance camp, and here are the pillars of his football teaching methodology.
1. Individual progress.
Each player progresses individually and at his own learning pace.
The course is structured not only by its content, but also by the technical level of each player. For example, at the Alicante camp, homogeneous groups are formed. This allows the player to progress at his own pace, offering him the maximum within his possibilities.
2. Depth in the contents.
Our method works by content, deepening each of these until the player masters them. In this way, the player ends up mastering all the individual football techniques to the utmost.
3. Personalized learning.
The groups are fairly small. This arrangement allows the coach to work more directly with each player, to detect their deficiencies and to help them correct them. The player is more motivated because he sees that his coach is constantly helping him to improve during this football clinic. In addition, there is a greater possibility of repeating the drills, as there are fewer players to go through.
4. Analytical method and global method.
In the process of learning the technique on a high level football camp, we have seen the need to combine the progressive analytical method and the global method. The first allows us to show in detail a complex technical skill and the second allows us to see what that technical skill looks like in reality. It is the age of the players and the technical level they possess that leads us to use one of the two methods in each case.