Fitness Training for Ball and Team SportsCopyright: © HSZ Walter
Ball and team sports require a good level of stamina and condition to meet the challenges and demands of playing. Acceleration speed, jumping and throwing power, ball skills, and the ability to anticipate are important traits in an athlete, regardless of the type of sport. Targeted training can increase physical performance capability and prevent general symptoms of fatigue.
|Notes regarding the interim sports hall|
We kindly ask for your understanding that due to the extraordinary temporary interim situation, the usual room climate cannot always be guaranteed.
Until the temperature control in the Interim Sports Complex is adjusted, sports classes continue as usual. We recommend dressing a bit warmer or bringing a jacket. The University Sports Center is actively working with a specialized firm to resolve the situation promptly. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
|Interim Sports Hall|
Target Group and Prerequisites
This course is designed for players of all sports games who want to improve their athletic and coordination skills.
Content and Objectives
Specific fitness training encompasses five basic characteristics: strength, endurance, flexibility, coordination skills, and speed. Exercises and games with and without balls, small equipment, individual or pair work, circuit training, and stationary training help prepare athletes for the demands of ball and team sports. Course intensity is high.
To participate you must bring a separate, clean pair of gym shoes.
Course Cancellations and Facility Closures
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