Giang Phi Hung


Background: Football, often hailed as the "king of sports," boasts millions of players and enthusiasts. It is a sport rich in emotion, intelligence, and creativity, offering a thrilling and impassioned experience. Football matches are characterized by their high-paced tempo, extended durations, the competitive intensity of matches, and the need for rapid decision-making and the maintenance of physical endurance within tight timeframes. In training and competition, football athletes are required to not only grasp and master fundamental techniques as a robust foundation for executing technical maneuvers flawlessly in diverse situations but also exhibit considerable physical stamina. As a result, physical fitness emerges as a pivotal element. Methods: The study enrolled 24 male athletes from the football team at Ly Tu Trong College, Ho Chi Minh City, aged between 18 and 20. The experimental training regimen encompassed 15 exercises tailored for physical fitness development during 5 months. More particular, participants underwent three training sessions per week, each lasting 120 minutes, with 30 minutes dedicated to physical fitness training. Results: The outcomes of the study revealed that, following the experiment, the performance of all specialized assessments for male athletes of Ly Tu Trong College Football Team in Ho Chi Minh City exhibited statistically significant differences at a significance level of P<0.05 with tcalculated > t0.05 = 2.069. The average growth rate was calculated at = 4.01%, with test 1 registering the highest average growth rate at = 5.06%, while test 3 displayed the lowest average growth rate at = 2.17%. Conclusion: It has successfully selected five fitness assessment tests and a comprehensive collection of 15 specialized physical fitness development exercises for male athletes of Ly Tu Trong College Football Team in Ho Chi Minh City. These measures aim to enhance the team's overall performance and competitiveness in the realm of football.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v10i3.5032


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