DAVID BECKHAM TRAINING







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The David Beckham training workout can help you strength both your fitness and athletic levels to become a premier player on the soccer field.

David Beckham was born on May 2, 1975 and joined Manchester United as a midfield player in 1993, where he ascended into a worldwide soccer great. He also played on the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 teams. In 2003, Beckham joined Real Madrid for a couple of seasons before signing up with the L.A. Galaxy. Because of his combination of athletic prowess and charisma, Beckham has become a global brand and one of the most famous athletes in the worldwide.



Try the challenging David Bekham training program detailed below.

Directions
Perform your challenge twice a week at an intensity tailored to your maximum heart rate (MHR). To estimate your MHR, subtract your age from 220. Then use a heart-rate monitor to ensure you’re training at the prescribed percentage. (Just multiply the percentage given in each workout by your MHR to find your target heart rate.)
Week 1:

5-minute run Intensity: 85% MHR
Rest: 4 minutes
Sets: 3
Your Challenge 5-minute run
Intensity: 75% MHR
Rest: Until your heart rate is 60% of your MHR
Sets: As many runs as you can do in 30 minutes
Week 2:
2-minute run
Intensity: 90% MHR
Rest: 2 minutes
Sets: 7
Your Challenge
3-minute run
Intensity: 90% MHR
Rest: Until your heart rate is 60% of your MHR
Sets: As many as you can do in 20 minutes
Week 3:
1-minute run
Intensity: 95% MHR
Rest: 1 minute Sets: 15\
Your Challenge
1-minute run
Intensity: 85% MHR
Rest: 1 minute
Sets: 5 or 6
Week 4: Beckham’s Workout
60-yard turnarounds (sprint 60 yards, turn around, and sprint back)
Intensity: 20 seconds total per out-and-back sprint
Rest: 1 minute
Sets: 8 to 10
Your Challenge
60-yard turnarounds (sprint 60 yards, turn around, and sprint back)
Intensity: 30 seconds per sprint
Rest: 2 1/2 minutes
Sets: 3 or 4
Week 5:
60-yard sprint
Intensity: As hard as possible
Rest: 10 seconds
Sets: 8 to 10
Your Challenge
60-yard sprint
Intensity: As hard as you can
Rest: 20 seconds
Sets: 3 or 4

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