Manifest: Against Pseudoscience-infected Training Theory and Methodology

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    07/05/2017 at 02:47 #19667

    Sports training is infected with pseudoscience disguised as proper science. From simple misconceptions to practices based on evidence of extremely poor quality; from inferences based on studies with extremely small samples to simply ignoring dispersion of data in favor of an excessive focus on central values (e.g., group averages, group effects, usually neglecting individual variation in responses); from abusive conclusions to full-out superstitious beliefs (usually aggravated by marketing from the companies that want to sell you the product), Training Theory and Methodology seems to have lost its way.

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