94 results for Agile Periodization

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    An Integrated Approach to Training Kickboxers – Part 1: Introduction

    Training fighters pose unique challenges to the coach. An uncertain schedule, the lack of a dedicated off-season, the high amount of skill training and the mixed bioenergetic demands of the sport, challenge periodization models that have been devised primarily for a track and field. Read more...
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    Review and Retrospective – Part 3

    Review is about demonstrating the performance while comparing it to expected performance or outcome/performance goals or objectives. Retrospective is about understanding and improving the process underlying performance (which can be considered analysis of the dose, current state and plan and how it affects the response). Read more...
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    Strength Training Manual eBook: Volume Two

    Strength training has always been a significant component of physical preparation for athletes and recreational athletes. Strength training seeks improvements in strength performance, looking fabulous when naked, injury prevention as well as transfer to other sporting activities. Planning ideas, approaches, and philosophies in strength training is also an excellent vehicle for understanding overall planning strategies and training theories in general due to more straightforward quantification of the training load and easily observed performances.
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    Review and Retrospective – Part 2

    Training dose and responses have been traditionally modelled and understood through the prism of Selye's GAS and Banister models. In this part you will learn another one that can be used to model 1RM in strength training.
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    Review and Retrospective – Part 1

    What happens after finished strength training phase? How do we integrate feedback collected? What is bias/variance decomposition? Find out in the following article.
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    Strength Training Manual: Planning – Part 6

    Differentiating between progression and variation can become cumbersome. In this part, I tackle this problem with two novel concepts: vertical and horizontal planning. These two concepts make planning of the strength training a breeze.
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    Strength Training Manual: Planning – Part 5

    This is probably my favorite part of the book. In it I am reviewing 12 archetypal set and rep schemes: Plateau, Step, Reverse Step, Ascending Wave, Descending Wave, Ascending Ladder, Descending Ladder, Traditional Pyramid, Reverse Pyramid, Light-Heavy, Cluster and Cluster Wave.
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    Strength Training Manual: Planning – Part 4

    Linear progression, linear periodization, daily undulating programs, medium-easy-hard, triple progression - who wouldn't be confused with all this strength training terminology. In this part I will give you a very simple tool that can help clearing up the planning confusion.

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