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• # Statistics 101 – Introduction to ‘Model Thinking’

I am just reading Data Science for Business book, which is by the way great, and finishing Discovering Statistics Using R. Both of these provide interesting viewpoint on building models. In most other stats books, linear regression and correlation are explained by trying to find linear relationship between variables – using ‘model thinking’ viewpoint we are trying to fit...

• # How to Adjust Generic %1RM Table for Higher Reps With Lower Body Lifts?

It is pretty common to use generic %1RM tables when prescribing weight training, both for upper body and lower body movements. As with everything, there are pros and cons of such an approach...

• # The Olympian Manual for Strength and Size: Blue Print from the World’s Greatest Coach [Book Review]

I must thank Yosef Johnson and Martin Binggiser for sending me a free copy of the book. Yosef is running excellent publishing company – Ultimate Athlete Concepts – from which I have ordered a bunch of books, including Transfer of Training I and II and Block Periodization books by Issurin (which are HIGHLY recommended).

• # Researched Applications of Velocity Based Strength Training [Paper]

Researched Applications of Velocity Based Strength Training This is a paper written by yours truly and Eamonn Flanagan last year on the topic of VBT (Velocity Based Training). Most of the topics were covered and expanded in the series/experimentations: “How to create individualized exercise profile in strength training?“, but this one is written more as a scientific review paper (which...

• # Battle Rope Drills & Progressions

When I was with Hammarby in 2012/2013 we decided to purchase battle ropes to workout the injured guys, or for some extra cross-training for reserves. Not sport-specific? Agree, but sometimes you need to perform non-specific activities (e.g. with lower body injury) and plug them in a specific circuit, etc. Anyway, not a topic of today’s discussion.

• # Interview With Darcy Norman From German National Team

With the World Cup behind our backs and German team as the winner, we can start reflecting what went good and what went wrong. And we are pretty sure that everything went great with the German National Team. So it is a great privilege to be able to interview Darcy Norman who is part of the German National Team…

• # Individualization of training – are you doing it right?

You are probably familiar with ‘individualization principle’ in training theory that says that training should be individualized? The only problem is that most books/sources don’t necessarily goes into how to do it.

• # What Are Biomotor Abilities?

Do you know what are biomotor abilities? How did they ‘emerge’? The purpose of this video is to explain to you the ontology of biomotor abilities, the certain flaws of their use (The Root problem, buckets, periodization based on those qualities) and also provide statistical analysis in RStudio with simulated data using Factor Analysis and Hierarchical Clustering.