Weekly Review 13th – 19th June 2011 [little break]

20 June 2011

So it’s been a pretty quiet week in Croatia, just chilling with the fam, relaxing on the beach and getting a dark tan. Not much to report. Got back into some running and ball work on my own yesterday as my upper hammy seems to feel better. Now that I’ve had my rest, it’s time to up the training and get down and focused. Jahan, the guy who is helping me get into a club, still hasn’t come up with anymore options for me yet but he said he will let me know about new opportunities tomorrow! Hopefully he’ll remember to let me know.

I was watching the 1999 champions league final with Man U and Bayern, where Manchester scored two goals in the dying seconds of the match! I realized that the side midfielders would not try and dribble like the Ronaldo’s and Messi’s of these days, they would try get their crosses in early, and maybe that’s something I should do as well, as sometimes my dribbles arne’t effective, but my crosses can be deadly.

Other than that, this is next weeks training plan.

Next Week

i skipped two hours, which is really bad of me. I can’t and I don’t want to skip anymore hours. It’s bad discipline and I can’t have that if I want to be successful. So that means, check facebook once a day only, and no procrasination until the trials.  If I skip anymore hours from now, I have to train 3x the amount on rollover hours.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Morning Personal Session(1:10) African Training
Lunch Personal Session (1:10) African Training (2:00)
Afternoon Friendly Game (1:40)   Game Watch (1:00) Personal Session (1:00)
Evening Personal Session (1:35) Personal Session (1:30) Personal Session (1:40) Personal Session
Personal Session
Personal Session(2:00)
Late Evening Watch Game (1:15)  


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