Force-Velocity Profiling and Training Optimization Course: Introduction

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    30/07/2020 at 14:38 #29160

    Force-Velocity Profiling and Training Optimization Course: Introduction In sports science, there seems to be a recent obsession with profiling, partic
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    08/09/2020 at 23:29 #29552

    I love numbers and equations, so this course on Fv profiling was made for me.
    Mladen explains very well why and how something is done. This course is all about jumping, and how to set up correctly before starting measuring and capturing the data. He goes from the basics of jumping physics, and slowly raises the bar explaining this in detail.
    The information in this course is worth a whole golden bar and I really understand some things now, thanks to Mladen.
    Since I am not into R programming (for now) Mladen made an Excel worksheet that is easy to use and understand.

    If you are into numbers, collecting and processing data, and analysing it, then I think this is a made for you. With this course, you will gain a ton of useful information and zero voodoo (trending approaches) that are piling on the S&C community market.

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