Posts tagged with ‘Interview’

  • The Man Behind AccelerWare®: Interview With Stewart Briggs

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/05/2013

    The Man Behind AccelerWare®: Interview With Stewart Briggs I have been looking into software solutions to help me with keeping data at one place, along with helping me in design of workouts, year plans, testing results, training workloads and monitoring. Why?  Because Excel was never meant to be a database solution. A lot of coaches struggle with this  –...

  • Interview with Julen Castellano

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 26/05/2013

    Interview with Julen Castellano After reading couple of excellent recent research papers on GPS analysis of Small Sided Games (SSG) in soccer by Julen Castellano et al.  I decided to interview him. Julen was kind enough to accept the invitation and share his viewpoints and research findings. MLADEN: I am really glad I have the chance to discuss GPS data...

  • Velocity-Based Strength Training: Short Q&A With Mario Marques

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/04/2013

    Since we got Gym Aware Power Tool system last year for the purpose of tracking power output in countermovement squat jump to estimate neuromuscular fatigue I have been fascinated by with the simplicity and power of its use. I started measuring velocity and power with most of the lifts and with recent acquire of Gym Aware Pro Online it...

  • Interview with Joe Kenn

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 14/05/2012

    Here is the brief interview with coach Kenn who has influenced me regarding the strength training planning.

  • Interview with Stuart Cormack

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 06/05/2012

    Interview with Stuart Cormack First time I’ve heard about Stuart Cormack was when I saw the video of him presenting at Football Science VII: the International Conference in Japan, 2011 which I have posted in the Playing with the Statistics (Part 1). I immediately wanted to contact Stuart, since the monitoring of the training loads and athlete’s reactions to...

  • Interview with Håkan Andersson

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/04/2012

    Interview with Håkan Andersson I had a pleasure of meeting Håkan Andersson couple of years ago in Sundsvall, Sweden when my team played a friendly game (which we won 🙂 ). I was introduced to Håkan by a common friend Carl Valle, who spoke very highly of him and basically demanded from me to pay the visit to Håkan....

  • Interview with Marco Cardinale

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/02/2012

    Interview with Marco Cardinale I would be really surprised that the name Marco Cardinale doesn’t ring a bell if you are in the strength and conditioning field. Marco recently co-edited the book “Strength and Conditioning: Biological Principles and Practical Applications” with Robert Newton and Kazunori Nosaka that got really awesome reviews and feedback from the coaches and researchers I...

  • Interview with Ian Jeffreys

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/12/2011

    Interview with Ian Jeffreys When it comes to understanding and improving agility and change of direction (COD) Ian Jeffreys is man to go to. His articles, books and correspondence via email over last couple of years have influenced my approach for agility training in greatest degree. Speaking of articles, I have just finished reading Ian’s newly published article for...

  • Interview with Iñigo Mujika

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/08/2011

    I have watched and enjoyed his presentation regarding high-intensity aerobic training in soccer at World Congress on Science and Football in Japan (see the review of the WCSF here). The video is posted at the end of the interview along with the link to Professor Mujika’ s website. Enjoy the interview.

  • Interview with Carl Valle [Part 2]

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/07/2011

    Interview with Carl Valle I have interviewed Carl recently (click here for the part one of this interview) and here is the second part. Carl shared some great thoughts on the recovery and regeneration in this part. Mladen: Recovery Monitoring is all the rage now with teams. Why are people still getting hurt and ill from training...