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Strudwick: Recovery's key



Head of fitness and conditioning, Tony Strudwick, recently spoke to Inside United and gave an insight into his role of ensuring the players remain in peak condition for the business end of the season…

Are you happy with where the players are fitness-wise at this stage of the campaign?
Yes we are. We’ve come through the first half of the season now and are in a good position. We got off to a slow start which was perhaps a culmination of factors, including players coming back late from international duty and injuries, but from a fitness performance point of view I think we’re quite content. We’ve tried some different things this season and introduced some new ideas with regard to preparing the players for the robustness that you require for 50/60-game seasons. We’re happy with some and we’ll refine others. The new facilities at Carrington are also operational now and that will only help us from a fitness and medical perspective. To have travelled to places like Liverpool, Newcastle, Chelsea and City and won away from home has been great, but obviously we’re only halfway there. Last year we were in a good position but we saw how just a couple of results can cause a swing in momentum, so we’ve got to try and prepare for that come the end of the season. And we’ve got quite a few of the players back in the last couple of months or so, players like Kagawa, Nani, Anderson and Vidic are all pushing forward now. That only helps raise the quality throughout – it makes training more competitive and there is more competition for places.

How much variation does there tend to be between individuals when it comes to fitness? Players like Michael Carrick or Patrice Evra, for example, seem to be able to play 90 minutes almost every game…
Of course, football is a team sport but one of the key things is about how you manage individuals within that team structure. It’s not a case of having a one rule for all approach. We demand things from a team perspective, but there is very much an individual component to that. Some players like Patrice and Michael played four games in ten days over Christmas and Robin was also involved in all four. That tells you how important the recovery side of the game is as well and we’ve introduced some new recovery strategies that have so far gone down really well with the players. Some of the players will need extra recovery, while others will need additional work. That’s the challenge of our job really – to balance all the individuals. On any given day there are 25 to 30 first team players that we’re responsible for and they all have individual needs and requirements.

How far ahead do you plan with your department – might you see a free week a month or so ahead and earmark it for a period of rest, or a period of a certain form of training?
Yes, definitely. We tend to macromanagement the loads in terms of looking at the fixtures each month and then micromanage the loads within that. It’s difficult to do it from a seasonal perspective but you will have different periods throughout the season where we’ll reduce the training load when we’re going into a heavy fixture period, and when there are less games we can sometimes work the players harder. The week before we started the busy Christmas period against Swansea we had a free week and we felt that it would be good to work the players quite hard in order to carry them through that period and some of the players definitely benefitted from that. There is, of course, the other part of micromanaging whereby the manager picks the team and we have to react beyond that. So if some players are not selected for games we have to work them harder in training and maybe bring them in on days off for example. Bar the FA Cup replay and Southampton game we pretty much had a schedule of no midweek games last month so there were good opportunities to really get some work into the players and ‘fill the tanks up’ if you like which will hopefully help us push past the line at the end of the season with a trophy or two.

You touched on the recovery part of the game earlier, does it become just as important as the preparation side of things, particularly as we enter the latter stages of the season?
Absolutely, the recovery process is massively important. The expectations we have here and what this club demands is that we should be challenging for the Premier League and the Champions League in the latter part of the season and in order to do that we’ve got to prepare the players for that period where they’re potentially playing three games a week. So recovery becomes very important at the back end of the campaign. At any moment in time you’re looking at every player to be available and to be ready to come into the team and do a job. There is therefore a real emphasis on ensuring the players are recovered enough and in turn ready enough.

Pre-season seems like a long way away, but some of the tour dates have already been announced – presumably a lot of the plans are already in place for the trip?
Yes, we always have to be thinking ahead. It’s going to be a huge tour for us and we have to take into consideration lots of different things. Of course, there is the fitness side of things, but we also have to consider flight times and different timezones and look at the work we can do with regard to acclimatising and making sure the players are ready to work at the times they need to be ready to work on tour. The plans are already being put in place to ensure we have the best facilities and that logistically everything works as well as possible so the players can focus on the work they need to do. I’m sure it will be a great trip.
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Video: Progress pleases Tony



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Head of Fitness and Conditioning Tony Strudwick says the players are putting in plenty of hard work on the training pitch and in the gym during Tour 2013 presented by Aon.

After a three-day stay in Bangkok, the Reds arrived in Sydney on Sunday for a solid week of training.

Strudwick is pleased with how things are going so far at a time he believes is
"the most important part of the year."

"We always have a heavy presence of fitness staff during pre-season because it's the time when the players have to work hard in order to hit the ground the running, particularly given the start we have this season," he told MUTV.

"This time is always the most important part of the year and we want to get up to speed as soon as possible."

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Akhirnya muncul juga.Aku pikir ikutan minggat Biasanya jadi sosok penting pas pre-season gini eh malah sempet nggak muncul.
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Siapakahh Gary Walker? Masih asing di telinga. Kemanakah Tony Studwick?

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Ternyata Gary Walker adalah Head of Strength & Conditioning at Manchester United . Jadi... kemanakah Tony? Biasanya dia yang sering nampang klo pre-season.

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Akhirnya muncul juga.Aku pikir ikutan minggat Biasanya jadi sosok penting pas pre-season gini eh malah sempet nggak muncul.
Om Tony gak kemana- mana, waktu di Bangkok



di Sydney.



Gary Walker sepertinya hanya staff dibawah om Tony.
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Pantesan jarang kelihatan dan bahkan nggak muncul pas foto tim lengkap. Ternyata dia "di-kambinghitam-kan" atas badai cedera United. Saat ini katanya di turunkan jadi pelatih junior.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...am-duties.html

Manchester United fitness coach Tony Strudwick taken off first team duties after Louis van Gaal brings in Jos van Dijk
By Ian Ladyman for MailOnline

- Tony Strudwick has been at Manchester United since joining the club from Blackburn Rovers in 2007
- The long-serving fitness coach has been replaced by Jos van Dijk
- Strudwick has been told to work with Manchester United's youth players
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Tony Strudwick sudah di United sejak jaman SAF tapi memang badai cedera nanti baru berlebihan sejak musim lalu, musim lalu Moyes yang disalahkan. Nah kali ini LvG bertindak cepat dengan mengganti Tony Strudwick, pas foto bersama tim yang nampak kan hanya Gary Walker assistennya sejak musim lalu.. Hmmm.. Jadi saling menyalahkan fc juga nih para fans.
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Club confirm new responsibilities for Strudwick



Following recent reports in the media, the club have today moved to explain Tony Strudwick's new and expanded responsibilities within Manchester United's coaching structure.

At the start of this season Tony took on the role of head of athletic development. Tony is now overseeing the athletic development of all players, working with Louis van Gaal for the first team right through to Paul McGuinness in the Academy.

Introducing this new role and using Tony’s invaluable experience in sports science, which spans over 20 years, shows the club’s commitment on placing greater emphasis on developing players for the long-term success of the club.

Tony told ManUtd.com: "I am thoroughly enjoying this new role. With increased importance on developing players for the future, the athletic component becomes critical in their advancement and to have the chance to work with the younger players, who are in the early stages of their career, as well as the first team, will give a continuity of progression which is critical to their future success.”

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14/11/2014 - ManUtd.com, Mark Froggatt
Hodgson pays tribute to Strudwick and Thornley


England manager Roy Hodgson has paid tribute to Manchester United pair Rod Thornley and Tony Strudwick after the FA confirmed both will end their involvement with the national side following Tuesday’s friendly with Scotland.


Sports therapist Thornley is the younger brother of ex-Reds winger Ben, who made 14 appearances for the club in the 1990s. He has worked within England’s backroom team since August 2001.*

Strudwick, meanwhile, was brought into Hodgson’s staff as a fitness coach, on a short-term contract ahead of last summer’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Speaking about their departures on Friday, Hodgson said: “I’d like to express my gratitude to both Rod and Tony for their conscientious efforts during their time with the national team.

“I’d also like to thank Manchester United for allowing them to be part of our backroom staff. We’re sorry to lose them and wish them both the best for their future endeavours.”
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mudah2 an bung tony lebih fokus ke united untuk bisa memulihkan kondisi para pemain United yang cidera.....dan tentunya mencegah badai cidera yang melanda united
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