Strength Training Pack

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Strength Card
Builder

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Strength Training Manual
eBooks: Vol.1 & Vol.2

Regular price: $60

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With this package, you will not only gain knowledge, but you will also get a tool to implement it and be more efficient.

Don’t miss this opportunity and get 20% OFF with this pack.

Strength Card Builder

Within minutes create beautifully designed printable workout cards, using user-defined set and rep schemes, exercises, and 1RMs database. It comes with more than 200 exercises and over 1900 set and rep schemes already filled in (out of 2000 possible). All you need is to enter your own athletes, and you will be ready to create a group and single athlete workouts.

The workbook includes 4 single athlete workout cards: 2, 3, 4 and 6 days a week, and 2 group workout cards: 6×10 (6 athletes and 10 exercises) and 12×8 (12 athletes and 8 exercises).

EXPANSION PACK included in this version, created by Aleksa Bošković, includes exercise images and videos.

Here are the PDF previews of the Strength Card Builder outputs:

  1. Individual card
  2. Group card – portrait (12×8)
  3. Group card – landscape (6×10)
  4. Individual card with images
  5. Group card with images – portrait (12×8)
  6. Group card with images – landscape (5×10)

If you really want to implement a percent based approach, then this is the product that will make it happen.

Strength Card Builder features:

  • Conditional drop-down lists for both Exercise and Set and Rep Schemes
  • Easy to print card for multiple athletes with a couple of clicks
  • Ability to save programs and recall them
  • Very flexible and powerful analytics embedded in the Strength Card Builder so you can quickly check for progressions, volume, intensities per exercise, or category, or anything else you might be interested in
  • Have group session printout as well
  • Very flexible and allows you to modify, delete and add your own categories, exercises, set and rep schemes – pretty much everything
  • Now, with the EXPANSION PACK, add exercise images to your workout cards and links to video exercises

Strength Card Builder works on both Mac and Windows Excel 2010 and newer versions.

NOTE: The print function doesn’t work on Mac, but it will be fixed as soon as Microsoft improves VBA for Mac Excel. This update will be FREE for the Premium Members and all who purchased the product

Current version: 5.1 (December, 2020)

Demo Video

Instructional Video

Expansion Pack Video


Strength Training Manual eBook: Vol.1 & Vol.2

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.

Strength Training Manual represents my ongoing pursuit in understanding both strength training and training theory in general, by providing an overview of the conflicting opinions, but also giving practical, heuristic solutions to common problems and their reconciliation. The framework for such an approach is the Agile Periodization, which approaches planning from uncertain perspective, iterations, and experimentation while providing satisfying and robust solutions.

Besides being very rich in theory, Strength Training Manual is also rich in “forum for action” solutions, including reference tables, useful heuristics, and more than 1,900 set and rep schemes provided and analyzed. It also provides the best practices from other experts tinkering in this field.

This book is published in three electronic Volumes. Volume One covers major theoretical points needed for further understating of the more practical material in Volumes Two and Three.

Strength Training Planning revolves around three iterative phases:

  1. Establish 1RM
  2. Plan the Training Phase
  3. Review and Retrospective (or Rinse and Repeat)

Volume One provides a detailed explanation of the first phase (“Establish 1RM”) and the Agile Periodization philosophy in general by covering the following topics:

  1. The philosophical underpinning of the Agile Periodization
  2. Exercise classifications and their relationships
  3. Testing approaches for establishing 1RM used for percent-based prescription as well as the novel “Estimation through iteration” approach
  4. Prescribing training loads using various methods and their modifications

Strength Training Manual will give you not only a practical solution to tackle everyday problems of planning, prescribing, and monitoring strength training, but also critical thinking skills. You can use these essential skills of thinking and tools in other types of physical preparation and training in general.

Click HERE to preview the Strength Training Manual: Volume One.


Volume Two provides a detailed explanation of the second and third phases by covering the following topics:

  1. Thorough discussion on the training dose concept, as well as dose -> response models
  2. Anatomy of set and rep schemes and their archetypal variants
  3. “Mladen’s Methodological System of classifying Set and Rep schemes”
  4. Horizontal and Vertical planning perspectives (This will cut through all the periodization crap you have been fed over the years)
  5. Novel planning strategies and concepts such as robustness, microdosing, “Don’t break the chain” and Markov Chain
  6. Thorough discussion on what individualization really is (and what it should be)
  7. Review and Retrospective practices including updating planning 1RMs between phases and “phase potentiation” ideas and critiques (and novel “iterative” approach)
  8. Discussion on predictive and causal modelling in strength training

Strength Training Manual will give you not only a practical solution to tackle everyday problems of planning, prescribing, and monitoring strength training, but also critical thinking skills. You can use these essential skills of thinking and tools in other types of physical preparation and training in general.

Click HERE to preview the Strength Training Manual: Volume Two.

The reviewer comments:

“This is gold, pure gold! Mladen has put together an encyclopedia of modern thought in sports science and this is essential reading for anyone looking for ways to get ahead of their competition.”

Robert Frederick
Strength and Conditioning Specialist

“Having followed Mladen’s work for some time now, it never seems to amaze me the meticulous of his dissection of periodization and program design models. In his latest work, he gives us, the clinician, the practitioner, the coach another in depth analysis of the numerous ways we can design effective and efficient strength programs to our athletes. This is a must have for your library!”
Joe Kenn
Physical Preparation Specialist

“The fact that this isn’t another ‘here is my method for training athletes’ strength book is exactly why I love it; having a book dedicated to principles and heuristics seems a lot more valuable in a time where adaptability trumps rigidity in most contexts. I was telling one of my staff today when we were talking about Strength Training Manual: ‘Mladen isn’t for everyone, but he isn’t trying to be. He knows who he is for and those that get him, appreciate everything he does.”

Karl Goodman
Director of Athletes Authority

“Probably the most comprehensive read on planning and periodisation in the English language”
Håkan Andersson
Sprint Coach – High Performance Centre, Växjö Sweden

“Best strength and conditioning book I’ve read in year!”>

William Wayland
Strength & Conditioning Professional
Owner of Powering Through Performance
Strength & Conditioning consultant to the PGA European Tour

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