Posts tagged with ‘Notice’

  • Early Bird price for the 2014 EOA Conference extended until October 3!

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 29/09/2014

    This is your chance to  sign up for this years Evolution of the Athlete Coach Education Conference for $275 before the price jumps up to $500. With a line-up of speakers which include some of the world’s leading sports science and coaching professionals, EOA is a must for anyone interested in improving the performance of their athletes. EOA is...

  • Small “bug” in Strength Card Builder

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 25/08/2014

    Thanks to Nathan Young for reporting a small bug in Strength Card Builder. The bug is in  3×5 tab under Tier4 exercise. It pulls the wrong references from the Set & Rep scheme (it pulls from the top which is reference 0, instead of pulling from 3rd set). The solution is simple: 1. Unprotect the sheet (right...

  • Website Update: Membership Levels

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/05/2014

    Just a heads up on the recent website changes. We now offer two membership levels: Premium Member and Member.  Premium Member is 150$/year and you get all the content and most importantly ALL the PRODUCTS for FREE. Yes, that includes updates and potential new products (yup, there are some new things under way). The price is the same as...

  • FREE Annual Planner for Sports and Strength Card Builder Print Out

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 20/04/2014

    FREE Annual Planner for Sports and Strength Card Builder Print Out I would love to rise an awareness on the two tools for coaches. Yes, coaches – not only strength and conditioning coaches and sport scientists, but coaches in general. Strength Card Builder This tool works under Microsoft Excel 2011 and later, both on Mac and Windows. It allows...

  • Welcome to the new Complementary Training website

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 16/04/2014

    The new Complementary Training, besides bringing the quality content from the old BLOG, will include updated state-of-the art PRODUCTS that will help you coach more and worry less on Excel, FORUM where you can participate in discussions with other fellow high-performance sport experts and DOWNLOAD where you can download all the important documents, videos and data featured in the…

  • NEWS! NEWS! NEWS!

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/01/2014

    Here is what I have on mind and I am looking for a feedback and opinions from the readers. Since starting Complementary Training blog in September 2010 it has slowly attracted not much traffic, but very high quality readership, from high level coaches, researchers to sport scientists. I am more than pleased with Complementary Training reception within the industry,...

  • (Not so) Random Thoughts

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 08/11/2013

    (Not so) Random Thoughts Good Bye and Thanks to Hammarby IF The season 2013 ended with the last game on the home stadium Tele2 Arena on November 2ndwith a win against Östersunds FK. It was a pretty rough ride this season with a coach change, new stadium and new training ground (currently in the making process). Unfortunately, we haven’t...

  • Blog re-design…

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 08/08/2012

    I decided to give my blog a new look, since the old one looked like a ‘spiritual’ site rather than sport (science) blog. You may notice that I change the templates over time until I find one that fits in terms of colors and readability. If you have any input on this please let me know. Besides this I...

  • Coincidence or not? Back to soccer

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 15/01/2011

    While I was working on the 8-weeks pre-season plan for soccer I have been contacted by the head coach of FC RAD, Marko Nikolić offering me to join the coaching staff as the head strength and conditioning coach. I was serving the same position during the 2007 when the FC RAD was playing Second National League. Marko has led the team into...

  • The Name

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 27/09/2010

    The name Where did the name, Complementary Training came from? Well, it took me awhile to really ‘conceptualize’ what I truly believe into, and complementarity is one of the things. First time I came across this concept was while reading the Dynamics of Skill Acquisition: A Constraints-Led Approach by Keith Davids et al.  In this book there were references...