- 20/12/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 20/12/2016
In episode eleven of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Israel Halperin. Israel is a PhD candidate and Muay Thai coach from Tel-Aviv, Israel, who I’ve met in Canberra while he was with Australian Institute of Sport.
- 29/09/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 29/09/2016
In episode ten of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Sam Robertson. Sam is Senior Research Fellow at Western Bulldogs (AFL) & Victoria University. We touched about the role of machine learning/predictive analytics in sports (especially injury prediction), “novel” techniques, and how to establish data/sport science department.
- 01/09/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 01/09/2016
In episode eight of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Samuele Marcora. Samuele is a Professor at the University of Kent, investigating the role of mind/brain in endurance performance, fatigue and physical activity.
- 14/07/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 14/07/2016
In episode five of the Complementary Training podcast, I am talking to Jesse Green and Nicholas Murray who are Physical Performance and Sport Science PhD students at Brisbane Lions Australian Football Club.
- 30/06/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 30/06/2016
In episode four of Complementary Training podcast, I am speaking to Mike Boyle. There is no need to introduce Mike. Love him or hate him, he is one of the most influential strength and conditioning coaches and authors in the field.
- 16/06/2016By Mladen Jovanovic on 16/06/2016
In episode three of Complementary Training podcast, I am going to talk to David Watts. David is Elite Level Strength and Conditioning coach from Brisbane Australia. He is currently employed as S&C coach at Queensland Academy of Sport where he works for over 6 years with athlete from a wide variety of sports.
- 25/09/2015By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/09/2015
This podcast is indeed fascinating since Mike Zourdos and myself covered plenty of strength training ground, from analyzing famous programs, difference between Daily Undulating Periodization vs Daily Undulating Planning, cycles planning, daily max vs high-frequency training, emotional and boredom issues, in-season training, VBT and so forth. It is even hard to enlist all the topics covered. It is indeed master reference when it comes to strength training.
- 25/08/2015By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/08/2015
In this first episode of Complementary Training Podcast I pick the brain of Žarko Vučković, general surgeon working at Aspetar on the topic of groin-related pain.
We cover plenty of ground, including the different “categories” of groin-related issues (sport hernia, adductor issues, hip flexor, hip issue and so forth), screening tests and clinical examination, prevention strategies, surgery decision making, surgical procedures, rehab strategies, and much, much more.
Anyone interested in this topic will find plenty of great information.