27/10/2022By Mladen Jovanovic on 27/10/2022
In the previous part, I introduced two models to map out the velocity-time relationship in short sprints, while in this article, I will focus on the characteristics of the mono-exponential model.
21/10/2022By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/10/2022
In this article series I will provide my opinion regarding the use of Force-Velocity Profile (FVP) optimization for short sprints (i.e., the sprints where there is no deceleration).
14/10/2022By Lorcán Mason on 14/10/2022
Establishing a philosophy is a fundamental process not only for coaching but for life itself. This philosophy underpins your everyday actions and behaviours and influences how you react to specific situations and environments that you may encounter throughout your life.
06/10/2022By Lorcán Mason on 06/10/2022
The skill of sprinting is a key performance determining factor whether that be directly in track and field, or indirectly in team sports. This can be broken down into three phases: the acceleration phase, the maximum velocity (MV) phase and the deceleration phase.
26/09/2022By Mladen Jovanovic on 26/09/2022
In this module, you will learn how to create individualized reps-max profiles that you can use to create more individualized prescriptions and set and rep schemes.
15/09/2022By Lorcán Mason on 15/09/2022
Sleep is an essential component in the ability to achieve peak performance due to its integral role in the restoration and recovery processes. To learn more about the subject, read this excellent article by Lorcan Mason.
01/09/2022By Lorcán Mason on 01/09/2022
Gaelic football is one of the most played sports in Ireland & is organized & governed by the Gaelic Athletic Association and holds amateur status. The sport is far from amateur in nature, with players training up to 5x per week, following a demanding training schedule.
20/08/2022By Mladen Jovanovic on 20/08/2022
In Strength Training Manual, I have “identified” around 12 “archetypal” schemes and will cover them in this module as well. Also, I will focus on the “methodological” classification, although I will quickly cover other types of classifications.