By Sean Williams on 28/09/2017
Sean Williams was kind enough to provide short review of the recent load monitoring workshop, held at the World Rugby Science Network Conference, as well as to provide full slides and Excel templates. This is tremendous resource for those interested in injury prediction analytics.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 05/11/2016
Here are the answers of couple of experts and world class sprinter coaches regarding the topic of field-testing for sprinters. The coaches and the starter of this discussion wanted to stay anonymous.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 18/10/2015
This is a webinar I did for Meeting of the Minds Conference organized by Brendan Chaplin in March, 2015. In this webinar I am covering applications of the GPS technology in team sports. It lasts approximately 90minutes and I cover plenty of ground.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 06/12/2014
Recently numerous new devices and methods to measure training load and/or reaction to the same emerged. What I sometimes struggle with is making the sense of it all, or at least creating a classification system, or buckets with which I can organize them into something that seems logical and useful. That is exactly what I will try to do...
By Mladen Jovanovic on 24/09/2014
In this video I talk about importance of context when evaluating the wellness data and I also provide couple of ways to quantify context or smooth it. If you are interested in the wellness questionnaires and training monitoring in general this is the video you have to see.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/10/2012
Just a quick update – My free Screencast account reached maximum bandwidth so the videos are not available any more. I decided to put the video files in my Dropbox account. So, if you haven’t had a chance to take a look at the videos, please make sure to download them (and other material)
By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/10/2010
Process of preparing the athletes for competitions can be considered complex adaptive system that can be further divided to (1) training, (2) competition and (3) recovery sub-systems.