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Nucleus

Nucleus’s Super Intensive Training Guide


Hello Vibe and welcome to a little training guide I’ve put together for you. The training regime that I’m about to show you is one I’ve been using in my careers for the past three-four months or so. I’ve only used it during my spell as manager of the top teams of the game and those who only have the best training facilities available, so do not expect this to work for poor teams or those who have poor facilities, but by all means feel free to test that theory. I’ve had players progress really well by using my method and it’s one I’d finally like to share with you.

To start off, I only ever use three separate training regimes, and they are..

Goalkeeping:- For your goalkeepers, obviously.

Defensive:- I use this for all Central Defenders, Full-Backs and all defensive minded midfielders i.e Ball winning midfielders, Deep-lying playmakers and Anchormen.

Attacking:- This is the regime I use for everyone else, ranging from Wingbacks, Inverted Wingbacks, Central Midfielders, Advanced Playmakers, Wingers, Inside Forwards and all the Forward roles.

Before we dive into the regimes, I’ll show you some results I’ve had just now by holidaying a full season at Manchester United.

Goalkeepers:-

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So these are the two goalkeepers I focused on, one is your undoubted number one and the other is a youth prospect with half decent potential.

Fast forward a full league campaign later and these are the results...

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Massive improvement everywhere from both players with physical attributes being the standout progress. I can not stress how important physical stats are in this years game, it seems that the EME is very pace driven so I always like my players, goalkeepers included to have a high rating in these areas.

Moving onto the players on a defensive training regime...

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Apart from Bailly you’d class these as ok players at best. Blind won’t do you any favours on this engine with his measly 9 pace and Marcos Rojo ain’t pulling up any trees.

Fast forward one season later....

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Again, massive improvement in all stats, and once again physicals are standing out with Bailly jumping to a huge 18 Pace, 19 Stamina and 19 Strength. Blind also jumps up to 11 Pace, 19 Stamina and 14 Strength. Whilst Rojo pumps all his physical up into green numbers. 

Finally let’s have a look at our attacking players:-

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A good mix of players, you’ve got wingbacks in Shaw and Darmian, hot prospects Rashford and Martial, young CM Scott Mctominay and then you’ve got your likes of Pogba, Sanchez and Fellaini. A fair mix of players, all on the same attacking regime.

Fast forward one season later...

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Massive improvement once again in all attributes, and once again the physical attributes are the ones that stand out again. Apart from Fellaini, all of these players ended up with a Pace attribute of 15+, Fellaini just fell short at 14. Mctominay has developed into an all round machine that could run any midfield in the world, and Pogba has no less than five attributes at the maximum 20.

So Vibe, I’d finally like to share what you all came here to see, my training regimes for FMM18, starting with...

Goalkeeping:-

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Three bars on intensive is daunting, but trust me and give it a go. Even if you holiday the full season yourself it will guarantee results.

Defensive:- For CB’s, FB’s, BWM’s, DLP’s etc.

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Once again, three bars on intensive. Fitness being on intensive is crucial in my opinion as it gives players that extra bit of stamina that theoretically should see them being able to play more and spend less time on the injury table.

Attacking:- For WB’s, IWB’s, CM’s, AP’s, BBM’s, Wingers, IF’s and all the forward roles 

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And that’s it guys, my guide to a super intensive training regime that has proven time and time again on a personal level to deliver great results. If in doubt then please set it up as you normally would and holiday a season to see for yourself. On a side note, I’d highly recommend you hire two prevention physios and one rehabilitation physios, that’s the ideal setup in my opinion.

As always, comments are hugely appreciated and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

Thanks for reading 

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I started doing this a couple months ago, for goalkeeper put there fitness on intense too good for sweeper keepers can sometimes get there pace up. 

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A bit brave for my tastes that, even with a lesser schedule I've had so many saves rocked by injuries on my targeted players, however I can't knock those results!

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Exellent post mate...

Not enough on this topic imo.

I will give this a bash. 👍

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1 hour ago, Ashez said:

A bit brave for my tastes that, even with a lesser schedule I've had so many saves rocked by injuries on my targeted players, however I can't knock those results!

Surprisingly low on the injury side of things, give it a bash and tell me what you think 😝 Stop picking injury prone players Ashez!

1 hour ago, Woody said:

Exellent post mate...

Not enough on this topic imo.

I will give this a bash. 👍

Thanks mate, let me know how you get on

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19 minutes ago, Nucleus said:

Surprisingly low on the injury side of things, give it a bash and tell me what you think 😝 Stop picking injury prone players Ashez!

Thanks mate, let me know how you get on

Will do 😆

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Everything looks great except 1 thing, both goalkeepers lost 2 points in "positioning" attribute during just 1 season. Correct me if Im wrong but positioning is one of the most important attributes for goalkeepers? I might even found source of this problem, maybe you should edit your defensive schedule and change it from none to light, that might affect positioning

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34 minutes ago, Struja986 said:

Everything looks great except 1 thing, both goalkeepers lost 2 points in "positioning" attribute during just 1 season. Correct me if Im wrong but positioning is one of the most important attributes for goalkeepers? I might even found source of this problem, maybe you should edit your defensive schedule and change it from none to light, that might affect positioning

That’s well spotted! I’ll have a play around with the Goalkeeper one tonight and edit if I find the solution. Thanks

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OP has been updated

Credit to @Struja986 for pointing out a flaw in the goalkeeping training regime. I’ve now tested with his suggestion and I can confirm that putting defensive on light does help. Thanks again Struja!

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14 minutes ago, Nucleus said:

Has anyone managed to give this a go? I’d love to hear some feedback if they have

I'm trying the attacking schedule with Foxy Jr in his 2nd season to see how he develops with it. No pressure mate but if your training regime kills my son then I'm coming after you:P

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4 minutes ago, Foxy said:

I'm trying the attacking schedule with Foxy Jr in his 2nd season to see how he develops with it. No pressure mate but if your training regime kills my son then I'm coming after you:P

Jeez, no pressure then! Has he got the “very rarely injured” trait? If he does he’ll be cooking on gas 😝

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 I'm trying it out on my Grot save. A few people were getting killed by it - regular injuries and stats in freefall - but for the large majority it seems to be working well. 

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8 minutes ago, Peely said:

 I'm trying it out on my Grot save. A few people were getting killed by it - regular injuries and stats in freefall - but for the large majority it seems to be working well. 

Really? I get the odd injury with it but no more than the usual. How’s the players’s physical attributes? 

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They were in the low blues to start off, but dropped down into orange. It was only a couple that couldn't seem to handle it.

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1 minute ago, Peely said:

They were in the low blues to start off, but dropped down into orange. It was only a couple that couldn't seem to handle it.

Would the engine have an effect on training? You’re using the OME right?

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Yes I'm on the OME, but I don't think it would affect training. As far as I'm aware everything except the match engine is the same.

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8 minutes ago, Peely said:

Yes I'm on the OME, but I don't think it would affect training. As far as I'm aware everything except the match engine is the same.

What about your coaching staff?

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8 minutes ago, Peely said:

All gold.

With a fitness coach in there? Also I use 2x prevention physios and 1x rehabilitation physio. I’ve found that the best balance for preventing/healing injuries

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On 28/07/2018 at 22:18, Nucleus said:

OP has been updated

Credit to @Struja986 for pointing out a flaw in the goalkeeping training regime. I’ve now tested with his suggestion and I can confirm that putting defensive on light does help. Thanks again Struja!

You're welcome mate 😃

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· Posted (edited)

@Nucleus - Pictures attached.

Just finished a year with Real Madrid and had some varied results across various positions and ages.

Biggest improvements from Zagadou and Odegaard, but the older players are improving in areas too i.e. Ronaldo's tackling, positioning and pace.

Few traits went down, but nothing to be concerned about I guess. Although I had a few injuries, namely Wilshere (rolls eyes), I didn't find any real connection between the injuries and the intensity of the training as most were caused during games.

Pretty sure i'll be sticking with this training regime. 

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4 minutes ago, Manjus said:

@Nucleus - Pictures attached.

Just finished a year with Real Madrid and had some varied results across various positions and ages.

Biggest improvements from Zagadou and Odegaard, but the older players are improving in areas too i.e. Ronaldo's tackling, positioning and pace.

Few traits went down, but nothing to be concerned about I guess. Although I had a few injuries, namely Wilshere (rolls eyes), I didn't find any real connection between the injuries and the intensity of the training as most were caused during games.

Pretty sure i'll be sticking with this training regime. 

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Brilliant results! Wilshere’s attributes went up despite the injuries too. Thanks for trying it out 😁 Kolasinac’s physicals though! 😍

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6 minutes ago, Nucleus said:

Brilliant results! Wilshere’s attributes went up despite the injuries too. Thanks for trying it out 😁 Kolasinac’s physicals though! 😍

It seems to be working well... Wilshere went up a total of 8 points over all attributes. With Odegaard going up something like 83 overall...

What worries/excites me is how much Odegaard improved in a year, and he's still only 20! :/ He could quickly become a club legend. This training regime seems best for youngsters imo.

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42 minutes ago, Manjus said:

It seems to be working well... Wilshere went up a total of 8 points over all attributes. With Odegaard going up something like 83 overall...

What worries/excites me is how much Odegaard improved in a year, and he's still only 20! 😕 He could quickly become a club legend. This training regime seems best for youngsters imo.

Holy hell, I’ve only just noticed Odegaard’s growth! That’s incredible 

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16 minutes ago, Nucleus said:

Holy hell, I’ve only just noticed Odegaard’s growth! That’s incredible 

xD

That should of been the first thing you noticed! I suppose that's how good the training can be? It'll be interesting to see how the Ronaldo regen does...

I'll have to try this with a lower league team with sub-standard facilities as well ;)  I'm sure Birmingham City will make a right hash of it...

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19 minutes ago, Manjus said:

xD

That should of been the first thing you noticed! I suppose that's how good the training can be? It'll be interesting to see how the Ronaldo regen does...

I'll have to try this with a lower league team with sub-standard facilities as well ;)  I'm sure Birmingham City will make a right hash of it...

Regen are dodgy as a lot of them can have poor stamina. I’d be interested to see the results with a lower league team. Thanks!

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58 minutes ago, FMMaddiction said:

Does this work in lower leagues?

 

cheers.

I’ve not tried to be honest, it may be too intensive for clubs who haven’t got the facilities to accommodate the intensity. You could try and let us know though 😁

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I tried it for a bit as Barnet, using EME.

Jesus Christ.

This is clearly a great scheme if you have the right setup and, even when I had gold badge coaches and Prv physio, they were dropping like flies, exhausted before matches, and crying.

The setup is clearly important here. I agree a Fitness coach is needed and having two Prv physios is a good idea. When you work with the staff you can get, not hte staff you want, it makes it difficult to work with this in the lower leagues.

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