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  • {LEVsim}: Theoretical Load-Exertion-Velocity Model – Part 3: RIR, Between-set, and Between-Visit Effects

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 30/06/2023

    The only theoretical model to simulate strength training data. In this instalment we will introduce subjective Reps In Reserve metric, as well as between-sets and between-visits effects.

  • Using the GPS System In Soccer: Planning, Periodization, Load Distribution

    By on 04/06/2023

    In this excellent blog post, explore the effective utilization of GPS systems in soccer planning, periodization, and load distribution. Discover how leveraging GPS technology can enhance training strategies, optimize performance, and revolutionize the way soccer teams approach physical conditioning. Dive into the practical applications and benefits of incorporating GPS tracking into soccer training programs.

  • Always Stay Critical – Review 11

    By on 26/05/2023

    In this episode, Dan explores increasing resilience and robustness in preventing ACL injuries during sidesteps. He examines the influence of constraints and a multi-disciplinary approach, discusses motor capacity's role in movement, and questions the efficacy of training perceptual-cognitive skills. It emphasizes preparing athletes for "worst-case" scenarios and includes a sidestep progression video.

  • {LEVsim}: Theoretical Load-Exertion-Velocity Model – Part 2: LEVsim Model

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 13/05/2023

    In this article, we dive into the LEVsim Theoretical Load Exertion Velocity Model and its application in training. Discover how this model can help coaches and athletes optimize their training programs and improve performance.

  • Investigation Of The Effect Of Hemoglobin Values Of Elite Football Players On Endurance

    By on 18/04/2023

    The article investigates the relationship between hemoglobin values and endurance performance in elite football players. It analyzes data from over 90 players and finds that higher hemoglobin levels may be associated with better endurance performance. Read the following article to find out more.

  • Tapering Physiology

    By on 09/04/2023

    The goal of any elite athlete or coach is to maximise the training adaptations in order to achieve pinnacle performance during competition (Grivas, 2018; Le Meur, Hausswirth and Mujika, 2012; Tonnessen et al., 2014).

  • Markerless Motion Capture And Its Application In A Sport-Specific Setting

    By on 30/03/2023

    With exponential technological development over the last decade, markerless motion capture systems have gained a considerable amount of attention, especially within the sports community. Coaches, strength and conditioning practitioners, and sports scientists are constantly searching for testing modalities that can be used to non-invasively evaluate athletes’ performance capabilities in a time-efficient manner.

  • {LEVsim}: Theoretical Load-Exertion-Velocity Model – Part 1: Resistance Training Phenomena

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/03/2023

    Resistance training prescription can be conceptualized from the dose perspective. The dose is a complex construct, but for the purpose of this article series, I will define it using the four interdependent components: (1) intensity, (2) volume, (3) density, and (4) other.

  • Managing Athletes Using Trello – Part 3

    By on 13/03/2023

    Leandro Carbone was kind enough to contribute to the “Managing Athletes Using Trello” video series with this OUTSTANDING and FREE setup how-to video that you can put to work immediately. He covers his setup in Trello and how he integrates Asana and Slack to get a team management system. Grab some popcorn and enjoy the ride.

  • StrengthPRO

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/03/2023

    We are happy to announce that the StrengthPRO app is finally available for our members. StrengthPRO is built using the R Shiny and the {STMr} package. It is a simple yet powerful tool to create a custom set and rep schemes.