Archive for January, 2023

  • Managing Athletes Using Trello – Part 1

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 26/01/2023

    The first part builds on top of the material covered in the Managing the Team Using a Simple Visual Board article. Here I will cover Medical or Health Status, Training Status, concepts of Functional Groups, and Mini-blocks.

  • Sports Vacancies in January 2023

    By on 22/01/2023

    Here are the best sports jobs in the market. During January, we will continuously update the list. Please share, and let’s get the word out!

  • Sports Vacancies in January 2023

    By on 22/01/2023

    Here are the best sports jobs in the market. During January, we will continuously update the list. Please share, and let’s get the word out!

  • Sports Vacancies in January 2023

    By on 22/01/2023

    Here are the best sports jobs in the market. During Janaury, we will continuously update the list. Please share, and let’s get the word out!

  • ExLib is Here and It’s FREE for Our Members!

    By on 18/01/2023

    We bring you a brand new Complementary Training benefit thanks to our member Domen Bremec, who was more than kind to share it with the rest of the community. ExLib is the ultimate tool to help you easily build programs with videos while keeping the benefits and freedom of MS Excel.

  • Managing the Team Using a Simple Visual Board

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 09/01/2023

    The recent developments and increased affordability of technology in sports created a certain belief that teams must collect and analyze a tremendous amount of data to monitor and manage their athletes. This involves, but is not limited to, GPS and positional data, morning wellness and heart-rate variability (HRV), blood analysis, jump analysis, movement screens, sleep patterns, and game analyses.

  • Optimal Force-Velocity Profile for Sprinting: Is It All Bollocks? – Part 6

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 01/01/2023

    In this sixth and final installment of this article series, I will explore whether the “causal” interpretation of the Force-Velocity Profiling "holds water” using N=1 testing.