A study by the Danderyd Soccer Academy in Stockholm shows impressive results after only 4 weeks of training with the m-station Talent.
We have known for a while that you become a better soccer player after practicing with the m-station, but we are still surprised at how good the results are in the Swedish study of the Munin Sports soccer rebounder.
TESTING THE M-STATION
The test subjects used the MuninPlay app for registering the total number of repetitions and time use. Trainer Daniel Kalles-Pettersson and the test subjects considered the MuninPlay a good candidate to measure the players’ progress and help them improve their technical skills.
OVER 40% IMPROVEMENT IN ONLY 4 WEEKS
A group of students at an elite high school of the Swedish Soccer Association, under the leadership of UEFA pro-trainer Daniel Kalles-Pettersson, have done the research and their results are clear. After four weeks’ training, the test subjects are 43% better at shooting with their weak leg and 42% better at controlling headers.
The graphs below clearly show the test subjects’ technical progress in the two exercises after only four weeks’ training with the m-station Talent.
The test subjects also described the product as well-suited for both beginners and elite players since the m-station Talent exercises can be varied based on level. They were surprised at the dramatic improvement they experienced in such a short period of time, and describes the the m-station Talent as a powerful performance-enhancing product.
Trainer Daniel Kalles-Pettersson highlights the importance of variation in day-to-day training, which the m-station Talent can do. He adds that:
– It is a super-tool for soccer players that want to improve their technical skills. Specifically the m-station Talent contributes to individual technical development, which any aspiring and ambitious player can take with them on to the soccer pitch.
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