28/02/2018By Kevin Kishna on 28/02/2018
The force-velocity relationship is central to many theories of training, as well as in various practical approaches. For instance, in Zatsiorsky’s “Science and Practice of Strength Training” (1) — which, in my opinion, is one of the few Eastern European manuals that’s actually comprehensible by us ‘westerns’ — there is a pretty figure (see below) which shows that various...
22/02/2018By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/02/2018
Most of us are collecting and analyzing training load data and readiness metrics (i.e. GPS training load, sRPE and wellness). The most common analysis method is to use two rolling averages windows – acute (around 7 days) and chronic (around 28 days) and to calculate their ratio, referred to as ACWR (Acute to Chronic Workload Ratio), or TSB (Training...
16/02/2018By Mladen Jovanovic on 16/02/2018
Optimal physical training of muscle and connective tissue – performance and injury prevention by Prof. Keith Baar, USA
12/02/2018By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/02/2018
I am sure that most of you encountered the following (frustrating) situation – you do your best to create custom workout for your client/athlete, and then they bail on you, skip the trainings or do the workouts in the order that suits them best (in their own opinion).
07/02/2018By Mladen Jovanovic on 07/02/2018
Third part of ’Strength Training: Planning the Training Block’’ – in which I will touch on Horizontal vs vertical planning framework, as well as indivisible approach and explain how can you benefit from them.