30/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 30/11/2017
Imagine we have two athletes who weight 75kg and 100kg and they both perform 5 pull-ups with extra 20kg attached using dip belt. What is their 1RM?
25/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/11/2017
Testing endurance in team sports has never been easy. There are multiple ways to do it, some of which are more or less sport- or training-specific and some are more or less useful in prescribing training.
19/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 19/11/2017
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13/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 13/11/2017
Coach Boyle takes you through his latest methods and proven conditioning protocols and breaks down this oftentimes-confusing topic. Complete Core dives deep into the training needs of athletes and lays out his blueprint for developing an optimal core training program.
12/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/11/2017
As is the case with the objectives, there are multiple ways to categorize strength exercises. For example, using “specificity” (similarity to the competition movement) as a criteria, we pretty much have (1) general and (2) specific exercises. Please note the “fuzzy” borders between them, which makes them more of a continuum, rather than discrete groups.
07/11/2017By John Lythe on 07/11/2017
Part 2 of John Lythe's series - a quick look into the creation of a basic tool to collect and monitor athlete training load using RPE and duration data.
05/11/2017By Mladen Jovanovic on 05/11/2017
As Jordan Peterson stated: “Categories are constructed in relationship to their functional significance”, categorization is not an exercise in futility, but rather helps us make better and faster decision (via information reduction and simplification).
04/11/2017By John Lythe on 04/11/2017
This example shows how to get started with athlete load monitoring. If you are collecting session duration and RPE from your athletes then you have enough information to get started.