By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/07/2015
Imagine this in a single person: experienced Muay-Thai (kickboxing) fighter, experienced coach of world class fighters and a “nerd” (i.e. researcher). Well, we have a potential contender: Israel Helpering.
Israel is someone that I can talk all day long – very experienced, open, humble and honest person. We have spent some time on Skype while I was still in Doha…
By Mladen Jovanovic on 15/07/2015
The question is simple: “What could be used to compare athletes across time and among themselves, taking into account the full load-velocity continuum, but taking into account their strength levels and body weight?”. You can find my answer here
By Mladen Jovanovic on 09/07/2015
I wrote about mixed-level models before and I want to expand on it here. I sort-of finished Andrew Gelman’s Data Analysis Using Regression and Multilevel/Hierarchical Models and will continue to play with it. As far as I know Andrew uses the term multilevel models and avoids the terms fixed and random effect. This is a great book to have.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/07/2015
I am contemplating about writing a book (or at least manual) in which I should try to organize my not-so-evidence-based subjective opinions, thoughts, experiences and wishful thinking that have been flying in my head for some time into something that could be concise usable form. Equipment thing should also be covered, so I won’t go very deep in this...