La Real offers its players to train in Zubieta and says it does not break the state of alarm

first_imgThe Royal Society will resume its activity in Zubieta from this next Tuesday … but in a somewhat particular and peculiar way. Because the San Sebastian club will never return to group work in its training facilities. What they do from the txuri-urdin entity is give the option for their professional footballers to continue their individualized work in Zubieta instead of continuing to do so at home. La Real makes this decision after the central government has made the decision that non-essential activities will be able to restart their work starting next Monday, and after it has received the consent of the different authorities to continue this program. individualized in Zubieta. It is an optional possibility that they give from the club to those footballers who cannot do comfortably and in good condition at home, and whenever the footballer wants it. In Zubieta they will only coincide with physical trainers with whom they will maintain the safety distances ordered by the health entities. From the Royal it is insisted that they have consulted with all the competent authorities to know if they could carry out this step forward in the work of their players in the midst of this coronavirus health crisis, and they have received the agreement of all of them to be able to execute it.The club has explained everything through a statement sent to the media. “From the beginning of the current situation caused by the Covid-19, the players of the first team and of the rest of the categories of the Real Sociedad have exercised from home based on a protocol of action established by the Soccer Directorate and those responsible for Zubieta’s units. For the past four weeks, the players of the first team have been in their respective homes, complying with the individualized physical program that has been given to each footballer. Individualized physical training has been based mainly on cardiovascular and metabolic work, so from the beginning the decision was made to take Zubieta’s bikes to the soccer players’ homes, as well as provide them with treadmills thanks to the loan made by the GO fit company. In addition, the realists have received other types of guidelines (health, medical, nutritional and emotional) that have served to complement the individualized plan. Once the central government has made the decision that the non-essential activities will be able to restart their work, the players of the first professional squad will have the option of continuing their individualized work in Zubieta from Tuesday next week. In no case this work in Zubieta will be group. Work is still compulsory, as until now. It will be each player who decides to do it at home or in Zubieta. In the event that it is carried out in Zubieta, it will be done following the protocols established for this purpose, which scrupulously respect the security measures agreed upon by the healthcare providers, reason why, among other measures, the players who decide to go to Zubieta will do so individually and in stages ”. The nuance that Real Sociedad includes from now on is that although “work is still compulsory, as until now, it will be each player who decides to do it at home or in Zubieta”, as they explain from the realistic entity to the Diario AS. In the event that they decide to continue with their training in Zubieta, it will be done by scrupulously following the protocols established for it and respecting the security measures agreed upon by the health assistants, so the soccer players who decide to go to Zubieta will have to do it individually and in stages. Two players can never meet at the Zubieta facilities, and they must go home dressed to the facilities, they will exercise following the protocol established by LaLiga to avoid COVID-19 infections, and after training they will leave without showering or moving to their home. .last_img read more

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