By Mladen Jovanovic on 31/05/2017
Coach Wilmot explores some more contrast training techniques, introducing Amy to an altitude landing for vertical force absorption. He also shares about the importance of implementing plyometrics that train athletes to shift force vectors.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/05/2017
In May, 2017, I gave a guest lecture at Faculty of Kinesiology at Zagreb University in Croatia, thanks to the invitation by Cvita Gregov. The topic of my talk was Agile Periodization, a framework that I have been developing over the past few years. Since I already had the slides ready, I slightly modified them and decided to record...
‘Cool Story, Bro’ – The Fallacy of Training Systems and Conventional Wisdom on Training PrescriptionBy Paul Gamble on 25/05/2017
Let us begin with a revelation: athletes are humans not machines. If we start with such a fundamental understanding of the nature of what we are dealing with, it quickly becomes apparent that the challenge of planning and prescribing training for athletes is not conducive to a ‘machine’ approach.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/05/2017
In episodes two and three, Coach Wilmot explores some more low amplitude exercises for preparing your athletes. Lachlan introduces Amy to a low hurdle exercise to stimulate lateral force output in preparation for a continues hurdle jump for more explosive power production. He also ...
By Mladen Jovanovic on 13/05/2017
To create a simple program and showcase on how to use the “puzzles” we will assume that we have 6 weeks of preparatory period and will model 4 weeks of competition period with 5 games. This is pretty realistic scenario.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 09/05/2017
Coach Wilmot introduces us to some low amplitude movements suitable for prep exercises. He discusses that while these low-level exercises are great for preparing athletes they are not necessarily aimed at eliciting explosive power. Progressing Amy to a continuous hop exercise, he demonstrates ...
By Mladen Jovanovic on 07/05/2017
This is not a scientific article, and it is not intended to be. This is a manifest, an expression of our concerns with some practices related to Sports Training. Some outrage and sarcasm might be evident throughout the text; we do not drawback from it, as we think emotions play an important role and may aid in passing the...
By Mladen Jovanovic on 05/05/2017
Great SlideShare presentation by Nick Winkelman. The presentation discussed core tenets of motor learning and skill acquisition.