Sign in to follow this Followers 14 Nucleus’s Super Intensive Training Guide Nucleus July 27, 2018 68 replies 10,811 Views Report · Posted July 27, 2018 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. Staff:- My staff setup is always more or less the same all the time. It consists of 1x Attacking Coach, 1x Defensive Coach, 1x Motivational Coach and 1x Fitness Coach. As my own personal speciality I usually go for what’s needed in the challenge I’m undertaking, so if I’m doing a goal scoring challenge I’d set myself as an attacking coach so the club technically have 2x Attacking Coaches. For Physiotherapists I always go with 2x Prevention and 1x Rehabilitation, it’s always better to prevent injuries rather than treat them is the idea behind that choice. Goalkeepers 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 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. Defenders Apart from Bailly you’d class these as average 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 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. Attackers 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 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 FMM. Goalkeeping:- Goalkeepers - Sweeper Keepers 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:- CB - BPD - LD - BWM - DLP - DM etc. 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:- WB - IWB - CM - AP - BBM - W - IF - SS - Trequartista and ALL Forward roles 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 6 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Share this with others!