Round 8 de la Ligue des Champions Barcelone et Manchester United Statistiques avant le match Les 5 derniers matches de Barcelone disputés à domicile en Ligue des champions en ont remporté 4 et 1 match nul a marqué 16 buts et 3 buts. Manchester United a disputé les 5 derniers matchs de la Ligue des champions avec 3 victoires, 1 match nul et 1 défaite. A marqué 9 buts et 4 buts.  Les 9 derniers matchs entre les deux équipes dans tous les tournois ont remporté 5 victoires à Barcelone et 3 victoires à Manchester United et 1 match nul à Barcelone a marqué 9 buts et Manchester United 7.  Le match aller entre les deux équipes s'est soldé par une victoire 1-0 sur Manchester United. Buteur de Barcelone: Messi 8, Demielli 3, Coutinho 2, Pique 2 et Alba 1. Buteur Manchester United:  Lokaku 2, Pogpa 2, Rachford 2, Villaini 1 et Marcel 1.  Barcelone a joué dans le tournoi cette saison 9 matchs contre 6 et égalité 3 avec 20 buts et 6 buts  Manchester United a joué dans le tournoi cette saison 9 matchs sur 4, 1 à égalité et 4 vaincus ont marqué 10 buts et 8 buts. Round 8 de la Ligue des Champions Juventus ✘ Ajax Statistiques avant le match .. Juventus 5 derniers matchs à domicile dans la ligue ont gagné 3 et battu 2 ont marqué 8 buts et 5 buts.  L'Ajax a disputé les 5 derniers matchs de la ligue avec une victoire de 2 et une égalité à 3 a marqué 8 buts et 3 buts.  Les 5 derniers matches entre les deux équipes de tous les tournois ont remporté les nuls 3 et 2 de la Juventus, lesquels ont marqué 5 buts et l’Ajax 2. Le match aller entre les deux équipes s'est soldé par un match nul 1-1.  Buteurs de la Juventus: Ronaldo 5, Debala 5, Pianic 2 et Manjokic 1. Meilleurs buteurs Ajax: Tadic 9, Modric 4, Zyash 4, Tagliavico 3 et David Neris 3.  La Juventus a joué un rôle dans le tournoi cette saison. 9 matchs contre 5 et 1 ex-aequo contre 3 ont marqué 13 buts et 7 buts. L'Ajax a joué au championnat cette saison 15 matchs sur 8, 8 à égalité et 1 défaites, ont marqué 30 buts et 13 buts.

Multidimensional speed and agility


Multidimensional speed and agility

 Another common expression of rehabilitation is the return to running program. In terms of repackaging for multi directional athletes, we tend to avoid using the terms "running" or "jogging". It is better to talk about faster movement or acceleration, or slow motion or deceleration, stabilization and braking and change of direction. This approach is called multidimensional speed and agility, or MDSA .






The majority of rehabilitation protocols consider the return to the race as a sign of mid-term sporting progress. This provides a feeling of insecurity for the athlete, since the basic linear race requires a strong level of strength and coordination ability. on the other hand, the athlete feels a functional relationship that blurs his vision of the essential physical qualities he still needs to succeed at a higher level.





generally, this quickly leads to other sport-specific physical and technical abilities that are memorized but lack the necessary strength and coordination for acceleration and deceleration and change of direction actions which predispose the athlete to new injury or malfunction.




A prototype built on performance proves that injuries occur most often during braking or deceleration actions. The entrusted staff of the performance must therefore focus on the complex movements of MDSA. Since perception, decision making, and rapid changes in direction are critical factors in the completion of agility tasks, it is essential to predict that agility includes both centrifugal and motor elements. cognitive (which concerns knowledge). This needs to be defined at gradual levels to reach the frequently ordered final phase of "re-education"


If you can not slow it down, do not speed it up


   This is a fundamental content to mention the importance of repeating the race until the athlete achieves significant strength to complete the turn and stop. studies show that acceleration and recovery of force are much easier to achieve than deceleration. That's why MDSAs are in the running resumption program for most athletes.
           MDSAs can be implemented early and often in the most intense repackaging program where it only represents technical training.





 the early postoperative phase is the perfect time to introduce the basic features of running in the form of static or slow images of all future movements.This is the early return of kinetic patterns of movement unfolding while respecting the timing of each part of the body during the trip.



These static images become dynamic after a definite time that requires a base of coordination and strength to protect the athlete.


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15 commentaires:

  1. This was very interesting to read and learn more about. At my age it is more about balance, keeping limber and for me being able to walk 3 miles a day. Especially after knee surgery.

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  2. it is a very important input to me. Being an active sportswoman I always need some more information to understand better how our body works to help my students with better results and recovery

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  3. I am starting training at the gym and all what you say makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the insights as those will certainly help me in my training.

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  4. Though I can't work out anymore but truly I always find your posts very inspiring.

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  5. MDSA is a new term for me. I had never heard it before. You learn something new everyday as they say!

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  6. I had never heard these concepts specifically explained this way -- that you for that! My son is an athlete so we talk about the end results. I guess he discusses this with his coaches! Interesting read!

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  7. I like this quote, if you cannot slow down then don't speed it up. So, important while doing any exercises.

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  8. My son is an athlete too, like Dominique said above. Me? Not so much, but I do think this info is interesting to read.

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  9. I have no time for workout but I've learn something to this article today thanks for sharing.

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  10. I just walk a bit and not into any specific exercise routine. This is a great post for people who follow an exercise routine and are aiming to achieve goals

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  11. Some workout is quite important in living healthy. This is a good advise that if we can't slow it down then we also don't speed it up.

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  12. I'm struggling to exercise in any form at the moment due to tendinitis and a frozen shoulder, but I'm due to have cortisone tomorrow and then on the road back.

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  13. Training to become an athlete is a real science and there's no short cuts. As for me, I am already struggling to lose even just 10 lbs. Sigh.

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  14. It's always good to ease back into it. I like the wording chosen in order to help a person back into the routine without pressure.

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  15. I have just had to deal with a lot of this rehabilitation process with my mother. She broke her ankle in three places and it's slowly getting that movement back. For athletes I can imagine how you need to work slowly and not speed up when you cannot slow down.

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