You need to train regularly, at least three times a week, to build up your technique and stamina. A good diet and some coaching would also help.
yes it does, atleast times a week of apples can improve your stamina
Since soccer is a running type sport, 100% running while controlling a ball or chasing a ball. The best way to build up your stamina is to run miles on your no practice days. Start with 2 miles a day for your first week be it 2 or 3 days. After you passed the first week bring your mileage up to 3 miles a day, at this point start timing yourself per mile or per 3 miles (remember run nonstop your 3 miles). Keep on 3 miles for a month or till you feel ready to bring it up a notch. You will notice your time & fatigue drop and your endurance & stamina rise. Keep a steady fast pace, you might just find yourself running a 4 minute mile for 10 miles even more.
Skipping as much as you can at a time... do it twice or thrice a week.
To build up muscle as fast as possible, you need to work out at least 6 days a week and do weight lifting. Also, there are things you can take to help you bulk up faster like whey protein. The protein will help you build muscle faster and make your muscles larger.
It depends- If you are serious about soccer, and you play competively and practice every week, then yes. If you are not really serious about soccer, then Dance is better for you because not only is it much less dangerous, you can improve aerobic conditioning faster.
keep running. the more you run, the more you build your stamina up. If you're in school, cross country is a good thing to do. It helped me. If you already do cross country, or you don't have the resources to get on a team, make a running schedule. Run two miles a day. Or run 2 miles a week, or five miles a week, or three miles a week. but don't run too much, you could hurt yourself. The key to long distance is to keep running. And don't stop. Keep your sched.
The key to running faster and longer is endurance. There are no shortcuts to building endurance. The only way to build it is to practice, practice, practice. You won't find that you have an abundance of endurance after practicing for just a week, but you will certainly be able to go farther than you previously had.
at the end of every week
The only way to build muscle is the hard way and that means lifting heavy weights 3 times a week and eating a lot of protein foods and taking protein powder in a glass of milk with your meals.
The student would have played soccer for 3 hours tht week.
My guess is about a week because a car is so big and it takes about a week to build truck.
The professional soccer players train about 5 to 6 times per week. On average a training session will last about 3 to 4 hours.
You can even be in high school to get drafted into professional soccer, but you can start college soccer in like your first week in college depending on where you go.
A soccer player because Christiano Ronaldo gets £200,000 a week.
I had a laproscopic appendectomy (closed with staples, not stiches) and took 2 weeks off work - 1 week complete rest (after which I had my staples removed) and 1 week to build up my strength and stamina. Been back at work for 2 weeks now and feel fine (very little energy the first though).
18.5 hours a week
Around 5k a week depending on how good they are.
5 doll a week
The best national players may earn several hundred to a thousand dollars per week, but in general, female soccer players are not very well paid.
every week bout 4 - 5 times a week for bout 6 hours