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Unlike other top European leagues, which shut down for a two-week winter break around the holidays, the Premier League kicks things into high gear to pump content into the television sets of captive audiences around the globe.
And while it makes for riveting viewing for fans and rakes in money for advertisers and broadcasters, it takes a toll on the players who are actually out on the pitch. Trent Alexander-Arnold: With the increase in games around the Christmas period, a lot of the training is focused on strategy, tactics, recovery and maintenance. With that said, consistency is key, so the sessions do not change dramatically and lots of the drills are very familiar. Are there fewer training sessions?
Does the intensity of training change in any significant way? We are still in at the Club every day, so there are not less sessions, but yes, there is less of a focus on fitness, power and strength training and more of a focus on tactics and recovery. Whilst the intensity might be less physically, we spend a lot of time analyzing our opposition and are very precise as to the best approach to break a particular team down.
The manager is very detailed when it comes to this!! Beyond the sheer number of fixtures, what are the biggest difficulties of getting through this period? The biggest challenge is finding a balance between the physical and mental preparation involved with so many games.
I am careful not to push myself too much physically, and give myself enough time to fully rest and recover and get myself in the right mindset before a game. What does your recovery routine look like both after games and on a daily basis? I know that you recently entered into a partnership with Therabody , a company whose percussive therapy instruments have been written about at length by our fitness editor.