Lionel Messi: A Footballers Gym Workout ? Prt21

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Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward and captains both Spanish club Barcelona and the Argentina national team.

Training and gym work.

Records
As of March 2018
World
Most (FIFA) Ballons d’Or 5 (2009–12, 2015) (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo)[589]
Guinness World Record as top goalscorer for club and country in a calendar year 91 goals in 2012[146]
Longest goalscoring run in a domestic league 21 matches, 33 goals in 2012–13[160][159][590]
Only player to win more than one FIFA Club World Cup Golden Ball[545]
Most appearances in the FIFPro World XI 12 times (2007–2018) (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo)[591]
Continental
Most European Golden Shoes 5[530]
Top goalscorer in all club competitions in a calendar year 79 goals in 2012[citation needed]
Top goalscorer in a club season 73 goals in 2011–12[citation needed]
Most goals scored in a European CupChampions League game 5 goals (shared with 13 other players)[592][593]
Most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League group stages 65 [594]
Most hat-tricks scored in the UEFA Champions League 8 (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo)[595]
Youngest player to make 100 appearances in the UEFA Champions League 28 years, 84 days in 2015[596]
Top goalscorer in the UEFA Super Cup 3 goals (shared with Arie Haan, Oleg Blokhin, Gerd Müller, Rob Rensenbrink, François Van der Elst, Terry McDermott, and Radamel Falcao)[597]
Top assist provider in the Copa América 11 assists[598]
Most goals scored in CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers 21 goals (shared with Luis Suárez)[389]
Spain
Most Best Player in La Liga awards 6 (2009–13, 2015)[599]
Most Best Forward in La Liga awards 7 (2009–13, 2015, 2016)[599]
Top goalscorer in La Liga 412 goals[600][601]
Most hat-tricks scored in La Liga 34[602] (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo)
Top assist provider in La Liga 166 assists[603]
Top goalscorer in the Supercopa de España 13 goals[328][604]
Top goalscorer in a La Liga season 50 goals in 2011–12[605]
Most hat-tricks scored in a La Liga season 8 in 2011–12 (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo)[328]
First player to reach 300 La Liga goals; only player to reach 350 La Liga goals.[606][246]
Most opposition teams scored against in La Liga history 36[607][608]
Argentina
Argentina all-time top goalscorer 65 goals[609][610][611]
Top goalscorer for Argentina in a calendar year 12 goals in 2012 (shared with Gabriel Batistuta)[328]
Only Argentine player to score against every CONMEBOL nation[612]
Youngest player to play for Argentina in a FIFA World Cup 18 years, 357 days in 2006[298]
Youngest player to score for Argentina in a FIFA World Cup 18 years, 357 days in 2006[298]
Youngest player to reach 100 caps for a country under CONMEBOL’s jurisdiction 27 years, 361 days in 2015[613]
Most Footballer of the Year of Argentina awards 11 (2005, 2007–13, 2015–17)[614][615][616][617]
Barcelona
Top goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League 108 goals[602][618][619]
Top goalscorer in European competitions 111 goals[602][618]
Top goalscorer in international competitions 116 goals[602][618]
Top goalscorer in official competitions 591 goals[602][618]
Top goalscorer including friendlies 625 goals[602][618]
Most hat-tricks scored in all competitions 41[602]
Most goals from free-kicks 39[239][620][621]
Most goals scored from penalty kicks in La Liga 51[622]
Top goalscorer in El Clásico 26 goals[note 5][623]
Top goalscorer in the Athletic–Barcelona clásico 24 goals[624]
Top goalscorer in the Derbi barceloní 21 goals[625]

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  1. Hey guru, i can see your video took a lot of effort to make but there were definitely some informational flaws in some of the clips.
    1. Messi Does NOT use 'the running technique of long strides' to accelerate. It is quite clearly the opposite in his case. His shorter stature requires him to draw speed from the frequency/cadence at which he strides, and not the stride length. Messi shows This, every time he dribbles.
    2. I'm not sure what kind of report you read to find out messi stretches for 90 minutes every day. A footballer of his magnitude surely would not need to go to such measures.
    3.Lactic acid is not a result of oxygen in the muscles.
    4. Your 'dribbling rate' measure thing, is a bit off there. The clip clearly shows messi breaking the defenders challenge and beginning to accelerate away. Not sure why the counter is going down.
    5. Plyometric training has very little to do with a player's GCT. It is more of a focus on the amount of FORCE a player can drive through the ground with each step.
    And finally, could you please even out the music volume so viewers don't have to adjust it constantly, thank you.
    Hope this helps some people trying to learn about the game

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