Archive for March, 2014

  • Coach Statistics

    How to (Pretend to) Be a Better Coach Using Bad Statistics

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/03/2014

    How to (Pretend to) Be a Better Coach Using Bad Statistics Here is a simple scenario from practice: Coach A uses YOYOIRL1 test and Coach B uses 30-15IFT (for more info see paper by Martin Buchheit, which also stimulated me to write this blog) to gauge improvements in endurance. Coach A: We have improved distance covered in YOYOIRL1 test...

  • Random Thoughts on Injuries

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 17/03/2014

    Random Thoughts on Injuries Few years ago when I was in UK and I’ve visited Leicester City FC on the Performance and Injury conference (#LCFC_PIC). It was great to be in the big LCFC gym with same/similar-minded professionals and listen to their troubles and solutions. I am not planning to provide an overview of the seminar besides mentioning data...

  • Analysis of Metabolic Power data

    Analysis of Metabolic Power Data Using Power-Duration Profile in Team Sports

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 06/03/2014

    This is the idea I got from the Training and Racing with a Powermeter book by Hunter Allen and Andrew Coggan. It is an excellent and must read book on cycling, but also great book about endurance training in general…

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