After two weeks, this Wednesday cougars ends his pre-season stage on the beach, and to say goodbye to acapulcoearly in the morning they will work on the field and after lunch, they will head towards Mexico City.

The university team already works under the orders of Rafael River Bridgeafter the stage of Andres Lillini and the physical trainer of the Pedregal team, ariel gonzalezHe said that his work does not change if the coach changes.

“The objectives of the physical preparation should not change according to the coach, we try to do our job so that the players have a great performance in the season,” he explained to RECORD the experienced physical trainer.

Also, gonzalez explained why University performs pre-season work at sea level.

“The objectives of physical preparation do not change because it is a beach or not, in the end it is the recovery of motor skills that decrease during the post-season stage. But being at sea level in a pleasant environment does not give possibilities to work with more intensity because you have greater oxygen consumption,” he said.

The time they stayed in acapulcothe first team of University worked in two daily sessions, and they did so under the instructions of Aristides Veron and supervision of ariel gonzalezboth physical trainers.

“At the moment, everything is going well and that means that we don’t have injuries, nor are there handicapped people and that is a gain in a preseason.

González with the university students in Acapulco

“We are working hard twice a day, we are doing approximately three hours a day, we worked, combining the physical aspect with the tactical technical aspect,” he revealed. ariel gonzalez.

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Source: Record

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