29/06/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 29/06/2017
In this episode, Coach Wilmot reveals some more plyometric applications for training athletes to shift force vectors. Lachlan demonstrates some more contrast exercises for vertical force transfer, progressing Amy’s training with a vertical jump to a broad jump.
24/06/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 24/06/2017
5/3/1 Forever is all about programming your total training; this includes mobility, jumps/med ball throws, you main lifts, supplemental, assistance work, conditioning and recovery. As always, each part is broken down and addressed in a simple, easy to read/implement manner. This allows the athlete or lifter to program his training, no matter what his goals.
22/06/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/06/2017
Acceleration for football using closed drills is one thing, but if you can't react and get out fast when reacting to an opponent then it's likely you'll have a tough time on game day. Using repetition without repetition (changing some aspect of the drill on every rep) these basic cat and mouse drills can be pretty powerful for getting...
18/06/2017By Eamonn Flanagan on 18/06/2017
The typical approach for speed assessment of team sport athletes is to test athletes over a 40 m distance with their “output” tracked at various 10 m intervals in between – giving the coach 10 m, 20 m, 30 m and/or 40 m sprint times. Often in the team sport environment we look...
14/06/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 14/06/2017
In episodes six and seven, Coach Wilmot emphasizes the importance of training athletes to shift force vectors. Also, he explores some more plyometric applications for training athletes to shift force vectors.
04/06/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/06/2017
In the first part I have covered issues and limitations of the contemporary planning/periodization strategies, and the idea that as practitioners we need to figure out how to make good decisions when facing uncertainties. In this final part, I am providing potential solutions to the issues identified.