Training with Hašan
If you want your child to have a chance to become a professional athlete, let their training be led by professionals. We run training sessions for schoolchildren from Monday to Friday. The sessions begin in the 2020-2021 school year, starting on Monday, 31 August 2020.
We have an individual approach to training
Our training sessions focus primarily on athletic prowess and technical performance rather than on physical fitness. Only secondarily do we focus on speed. This means that children should not be too tired after our practice and they will not be limited e.g. during an active training in their home club. After our training sessions, your child will not be exhausted.
We will prepare your children for football, ice hockey as well as other sports
Impulses from one specific sport can be carried over to other sports as well, which means that the more diverse the impulse spectrum is, the better it is for the athlete. Their bodies should be prepared for a rich variety of physical exercise as each sport has a different progression. Their mindset should include strategic thinking and a sense of teamwork. Their skills are then useful and, above all, applicable in other sports.
Therefore, playing futnet, volleyball or basketball can have benefits for playing tennis, for instance. Our type of training will be of use in multiple sports. When young ice hockey players arrive, they will benefit from the training as well because they can learn, for example, to think better in sports. Our training can help an 8-year-old ice hockey player as well as a 10-year-old tennis player.
What does a training session with Hašan look like?
Do you want to be better at football?
- Development of individual technical and tactical skills
- Athletic prowess development
- Development of physical strength
- Insufficient time for an effective development (between 3 and 8 hours of physical activity a week is not enough, 30 hours per week used to be common)
- Focusing only on football (insufficient development of athletic prowess as well as strength and speed skills)
- An unfortunately frequent incompetence of coaches (lacking needed education, incl. pedagogical, biological, physiological)