Seventh week of work for Perugia

This morning’s physical and technical session kicked off the seventh week of preparation for Sir Susa Vim Perugia.
After Sunday’s rest and recovery, the Block Devils showed up at the Pian di Massiano headquarters under the orders of coach Lorenzetti and his staff to begin the seventh mini-cycle of work.
All the staff currently in Perugia are available for a new week of technical-tactical growth with the start of the season rapidly approaching. Differentiated recovery work also for Russo and Ropret, both in the pits after the injuries suffered at the European Championships.
Still a very intense week in terms of pace and amount of training and a week that will see yet another test on the pitch for Colaci and his teammates who on Wednesday will carry out their fourth joint training session of the preseason at PalaBarton, this time against Volley Banca Macerata, a Serie A3 team. New opportunity for Lorenzetti to test the physical condition to evaluate the progress in terms of the game and the technical-tactical stability of his boys and at the same time to focus on the situations and aspects on which to base future work. The Juventus technical staff, as always at this stage of the season, will have to do without the athletes involved with their respective national selections in the Olympic qualifiers in full swing and will draw liberally from the boys of the Juventus youth sector.
Start of the test on Wednesday afternoon around 5pm against the Marche team led on the bench by Maurizio Castellano (a very long career also as a player who started in Umbria with Olio Venturi Spoleto) and who present a nice mix of more experienced athletes, such as the pair from the Padua school formed by the hammers Lazzaretto and Casaro and the Argentine Zornetta, and young people on the launching pad such as the spikers Penna, born in 2004 and a junior national team from the Lube school, and D’Amato, the hammer from the Cuneo school born in 2002.