While one part is in the gym, the other goes to the training ground to exercise on the grass. In this case they do it in pairs and with time intervals. The Bundesliga will be stopped, at least, until April 30, but the teams are slowly returning to activity in a controlled manner. Borussia distributed its players throughout the fields of the sports city and has established shifts so that they are staggered upon arrival at the facilities. Specific and personal training plans are behind us. The obsession is to feel the feeling of the grass and the ball as soon as possible, while at the same time the battle against the coronavirus is taking place. Germany has more than 63,000 infections, but has only registered 560 fatalities. Borussia Dortmund do not wait any longer. The Ruhr club has taken the step and today its players have traveled to the sports city to resume training. They have already left confinement behind to return to work, although Favre’s team does it in a very controlled way. Thus, a detailed plan has been designed so that the measures to avoid the spread of the coronavirus are respected. The staff has been divided into pairs and groups.
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