TFT Online : Advanced Sessions

General Session Info

Technical Football Tuition On-line Development Sessions

How to use the session page

Very Important

There is a lot to this session. You don't have to do it all. We only expect you to work at a level that matches your ambition to be the player you want to be. Some of you will do it all (and it is as comprehensive as it is for you). Others may only want to do bits. That's ok. You also don't need to do it all in one go. The session is also an exercise in breaking a big project into lots of little small manageable projects.

Work through each exercise and tasks individually. Study each exercise. Get Familiar with all techniques and exercises.This familiarization may take time but it can be done inside in a small space.When ready : Challenge yourself by doing a full circuit, at as high an intensity as you can. And don't forget to lwatch the task videos and work through and complete all tasks.



Tasks for this week

Print put (or copy) the session task template form : Complete all the tasks and write the answers down as you go.

Session Task Template for each session can be found on the session plan.

Tasks will not be part of the actual online session, but are a part of the weekly training and development process you are currently undertaking. If you are keen to be the best player you can be, then take the time to watch and more importantly study all videos, and then undertake the tasks set.



Equipment Required

  • Rebound surface [It is possible to do this for about $10].
    • It is impossible to train effectively alone without a rebound surface. 
    • The rebounder should be able to not only return passes but must also be able to elevate the rebound.
    • To find out more about the equipment used in this session use this equipment link.
    • You can make a rebound wall using a 1.8m sleeper and 8 screws (no brackets required) and it will cost about $10.
  • 2 Digital devices (ideally) with wifi connection.
    • If it is a zoom session : You need 2 devices : 1 for the zoom meeting. 1 to watch the videos within the session (especially the HUDBT video)
  • Maybe 2 balls depending how you do some exercises.
  • Agility hoops or equivalent.
    • (Note - using your imagination to visualize the hoops is fine. The footwork is the important thing, not whether you have hoops,ladders, cones etc).
  • Goal setting equipment. Heart rate / steps tracker.

Goal Setting

SMART means that your goals should be:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Relevant
  • and Time-bound.

Task this week : Write down your :

  • Starting level.
  • Target level (+ date to achieve by).
  • Final level (on the target date).


To help with your goal setting (SMART) : Answer these questions if you do a full session:

  • How many steps did you do during the session?
  • What was your 'steps per minute number' ? [ determine intensity]
  • What was your maximum heart rate? [determine intensity]
  • What was you average heart rate during the session?

Goal setting Example  :

If the goal is to improve your weak foot. Then to measure improvement create a recreatable challenge. EG  : Hit a cone from 10 meters away. How many can you get in 10 attempts?.

Check out this Weak foot web-book:

Weak foot Development : Breakdown

  • Use the SMART method to achieve your goals.



Strength and Conditioning

If you want to be part of the clubs Strava group (for fitness) make sure you talk to Sue.

Task 1a. : Re-watched and understand the previous strength and conditioning videos.

Task 1b : Write down 3 exercises that develop balance and stability.

Task 1c
Then choose one exercise from the videos that works on the following : 

And do 10 reps for each exercise/body part  as a circuit : Do this 3 times through.

Task 1c1

Lower Body

Task 1c2

Upper body Push

Task 1c3

Upper body Pull

Task 1c4










If you want to do more....

If you want more exercises to do then either move to another session or go to the web-book series links below, and work directly form one of the practical web-books. There is a huge amount to do within each web-book. [Note : The web-books are topic based rather than session based.]


What would you like to do next?

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