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This is the routine of the Cádiz players from home

first_imgCadiz yesterday suspended training at the Ciudad Deportiva so that footballers can comply with the quarantine at home and thus avoid risks of contagion from the coronavirus. But that does not mean that they will not have training routines. For this, Miguel Ángel Campos, physical trainer of Cádiz, has developed a work plan so that the players can follow it from their homes.Miguel Ángel has explained to the club’s official media what the routine imposed on the first team will consist of. “The training program that has been sent to the players consists of two different routines to perform one during the morning and another during the afternoon, so that you have activity during the day. The first routine that has been proposed is strengthening without material, since most players do not have materials at home. Upper and lower body exercises with longer recoveries. In the afternoon it is jump and landings, with an interval proposal with a more metabolic objective so that they can work with higher cardiovascular content with strength content “.Regarding the main physical problems that can cause not training normally, the coach says that if the hiatus lasted three weeks or more, it would be difficult to return to normal competition. “The main problem of not being able to train is detraining and maladjustment. This is what we are going to try to avoid with specific tasks. Knowing that there is going to be a level of detraining and maladjustment. If a week is extended it can be taken as a vacation break that we could assume. From there, everything that lasts will be a major problem. If we talk about stopping three or four weeks we would need a new preseason to return to compete with a minimum level of physical conditions and security to compete. “ Not everything is training, Food also plays a fundamental role, which is why Antonio Ballesteros, the club’s nutritionist, has established a diet for them to follow. “Players are recommended to consume some foods and other foods that may be harmful are discouraged. The nutritionist has sent a standard diet to each player and has advised them to weigh themselves every day, which is what they can best record daily. ”Campos insists that it is important not to become sedentary, which is why he has recommended that players establish schedules, walk if they leave the house and not sit for long periods of time. “The most important thing is to establish a schedule that is more or less fixed and can be met. That we have a series of obligations. Players have been assigned one job in the morning and another in the afternoon to prevent a greater part of the One day they may be inactive. If we have to go home, then they should go on foot and not be at home all the time. “Miguel Ángel insists that it is important to perform mobility exercises to maintain physical shape, “It is a routine that has to be done several times a day as we have proposed to soccer players. Also materials-free activation exercises, for both upper and lower body self-loading with shorter recovery times. For those players who have material, more exercises will be implemented. ”last_img read more

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Donegal to get only 30% of funding for Community Involvement schemes

first_imgThe Department of Transport has today announced allocations for the Community Involvement grant scheme, with Donegal getting just 30% of the amount that had been applied for. Earlier this year, local communities had applied for €6.2 million of funding for the scheme that is aimed at improving the condition of certain local Council roads and cul de sacs.It was announced today that the county will get €2.1 million in funding instead, which has led to much disappointment locally. Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher Leas Cheann Comhairle has pointed out that two third of the roads that were in need of repair will be left undone.Pat the Cope said: “Whilst today’s announcement is a welcome start to funding the underinvestment in local, county and regional roads throughout the county – it fails to deal with backlog of roads requiring investment.”The Donegal Deputy has said today’s news will bring disappointment to many “because of a failure to understand the needs of rural areas and to favourably discriminate towards areas which are in most need.”“An increased level of funding on an annual basis is required in order to bring our local and county roads up to the required standards. I have proposed previously that a multi annual programmer needs to be put in place in order to better plan and tackle the legacy issues of underfunding on these most important roads throughout Donegal. “Today’s announcement also fails to deal with public roads which are not registered as county roads or accommodation roads which fail to qualify for local improvement schemes, these roads are not even on a funding programme but yet they affect hundreds of households within rural Donegal.”Pat the Cope has called on the government to reopen the boithre aise scheme in Gaeltacht areas and review the eligibility criteria for LIS grants in order to help individuals get their roads repaired.“As funding levels are being increased by the Government, it is important that it is prioritised for areas which were the most severely affected by recent funding cuts, and areas such as County Donegal need to get increased levels of national funding, it is also time that CLAR top up funding be re activated for rural areas so that additional funding can be provided for areas that most require funding.“Today’s announcement is a missed opportunity to assist and deal with the backlog of roads requiring urgent upgrading and funding. The Department needs to urgently address rural issues and underspending in country areas within its policies of funding allocations – today is more of the same will not deal with the real issues of rural neglect and lack of funding in rural areas,” concluded Pat the Cope.Donegal to get only 30% of funding for Community Involvement schemes was last modified: June 5th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Community Involvement Scheme (CIS)Pat The Cope GallagherROADSlast_img read more

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