03/03/2020By Mladen Jovanovic on 03/03/2020
In this video I am explaining two ‘Small World’ models that I have used to create rich catalogue of set and and rep schemes: Perc Drop and RIR Increment. Watch the video to find out more about these models.
21/02/2020By Mladen Jovanovic on 21/02/2020
What is the rationale behind making a distinction between ‘grinding’ and ‘ballistic’ load-exertion tables? Find out how useful this is in the video
12/02/2020By Mladen Jovanovic on 12/02/2020
Do you need to reinvent the wheel everytime the strength training program changes? Find out how the ‘modularity’ concept can help you out in the first video instalment of the Set and Rep Schemes series.
30/12/2019By Mladen Jovanovic on 30/12/2019
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...
16/11/2019By Mladen Jovanovic on 16/11/2019
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.
13/11/2019By William Wayland on 13/11/2019
Planning for combat athletes is historically a tricky business, primarily because combat sports need interventions that match athletic endeavour where a confluence of raw physicality and high levels of skill.
24/10/2019By Mladen Jovanovic on 24/10/2019
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.