The soccer world has come to a standstill, but the ambitious athlete should train anyway – even if it is within his or her own home. For this purpose, the Bavarian Soccer Association has created the initiative “Training dahoam” (dahoam = bavarian for “at home”). Under the motto of “Stay fit! At home workouts with the BFV Coaches” three of the head trainers are demonstrating effective workouts you can do in your living room. Creapure® supports the video series as a partner. It is a perfect fit, as creatine is one of the most popular supplements amongst soccer players. Right behind American Football, soccer is the sport with the highest percentage of creatine users. This is true for amateur, as well as professional athletes. According to a survey from the UK, 35% of all professional soccer players are supplementing creatine, including the players in the Premiere League. Creatine is therefore the second most used supplement after multivitamins. And for a good reason: Creatine has shown to improve jumping capacities and high-speed strength, which can have a tremendous positive impact on performance. This becomes evident when performing highly technical drills at great speed, e.g. dribbling through a parcours. Furthermore, a precise kicking technique, kicking speed and strong heading skills are all directly related to the development of high-speed-strength.
Therefore, Creapure® is the perfect partner for “Training dahoam”. The initiative is a promising opportunity to reach the broad public and to make even amateur soccer player aware of the power of high quality and pure creatine monohydrate from AlzChem.
With 1.6 million members, the Bavarian Soccer Association is the third largest sports federation in Germany and eager to keep their members physically active during these trying times. Starting April 4th, the BFV head coaches will present short practice videos designed for at home training. Among other topics, the videos will focus on strength exercises, stability exercises and home fitness.