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  • Always Stay Critical – Review 2

    By on 29/04/2021

    In this episode, Daniel provides an alternative interpretation for the recent publication by Miller et al. (2020) and what this could imply for training. This cross-sectional study checked how single and multijoint isometric strength and muscle mass are related to sprinting performance, yet what can we infer from cross-sectional observations?

  • AthleteSR and ShinyApps Dashboard

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/04/2021

    In this video, I will explain to you how quick and easy is to sync the data from AthleteSR with the AthleteSR Dashboard. I will also walk you through AthleteSR Dashboard functionalities and graphs, and how you can adapt the analysis to your needs.

  • Few Thoughts on MMA Program Design

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/04/2021

    How to design an S&C training program when you are not in charge of the overall plan? In the following video, I am explaining this topic for combat and MMA sport.

  • Designing Strength and Conditioning Programs

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 02/04/2021

    This how-to mini-course is an outstanding example of the “bottoms-up” approach to training design, where one deals with “where the rubber meets the road” constraints, such as facility limitations, equipment availability, team/group logistics, rather than the “top-down” approach of some textbook-style long term periodization.

  • Always Stay Critical – Review 1

    By on 24/03/2021

    When comparing groups of people in the way how they move, we first must make sure we do it in a way the acquired data can actually tell us something meaningful. Understanding and acknowledging some pitfalls when designing, conducting, and interpreting the data is crucial to NOT conclude something misleading or wrong.

  • Athlete Monitoring: Data Analysis and Visualization – Introducing athletemonitoring R package

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/03/2021

    In this module, I am going to introduce athletemonitoring package by demonstrating how easy is to perform common data analysis and deal with issues explained in the previous modules. I will also demonstrate the AthleteSR software, how to extract/sync the monitoring data from it and how to analyze it.

  • Strength Training In Soccer

    By on 05/03/2021

    Strength training in soccer can often be the most challenging part of a strength and conditioning job. We always think about how to design proper load during the preparatory period and in-season period in soccer. Different scenarios, set and reps schemes, methods with load monitoring for each example are something that you will find in this article.

  • Validity and Repeatability of the YoYoIR1 and 1000TT: Re-analysis of the Clancy et al. paper

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/02/2021

    In the following two videos and a PDF report, I am going to re-analyze the paper by Clancy et al. using bootstrap magnitude-based approach (using bmbstats package) and mixed-effects model in R language.

  • Athlete Monitoring: Data Analysis and Visualization – Module 3

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 19/02/2021

    We are going to use R and R-Studio thorough the rest of this course (as well as little bit of Microsoft Excel), so in this lecture I will show you how to install them on you computer.

  • Conceptualizing Philosophy in Strength & Conditioning: The Barbell Strategy and Risk

    By on 14/02/2021

    In this article, Adriano outlines Taleb’s Barbell Strategy for Risk in Financial Investment and details how high-performance sport programs may benefit from categorizing the risk potential of individual training elements to safeguard sustainability and promote aggressive growth.