All training methods have a fundamental place in modern soccer training, and despite the fact that each of them has a series of advantages and disadvantages, the truth is that it cannot be argued that the Pons Method improves many areas of training. modern, since it acts as a facilitating means of several improvements that are irrefutable, cating as an intermediate means between analytical and global methods, also between the rehabilitation of the soccer player, and the entry of the rehabilitated player into the group.
This Pons Method acts as an improvement tool among current training methods, achieving an excellent time management and a higher quality in training, since it acts as a whole, and fully contextualizes the analytical Method, since the Pons Method was born from the concepts of the game, from the tactical concepts, in addition to improving the individual and semi-collective method, this method provides a key tool to improve effectiveness and productivity in global training.
All methods can be useful, and depending on who is trained, depending on the knowledge of the coach and his assistants, it may be more profitable to train preferentially with one method or another.
Knowing how to differentiate, who is being trained, and the knowledge, tools, facilities, materials, and the different professionals, of which we have availability will depend on what moment of training or the season, we use one or the other. The truth is that this method improves time management in a professional team and gives quality and specificity to training to get closer to individual and group performance.
Not only will the players improve with this method, but all the professionals around him will also improve, as it will help them to reel off their work, and will also help to establish synergies between the different departments.
The coach, in turn, will prioritize having a totally professional staff to be able to reel off his game, and establish priorities in the best possible way, also through databases, based, for example, on game concepts, on the strategy in the game, and in fighting and countering rivals.
The Pons Method has come to revolutionize training in soccer and possibly it will also do so in other sports.