28/09/2023By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/09/2023
In this video, I will cover Open sets via Training Log, Open sets via Training Card, and Subjective ratings (eRIR), as well as discuss the concept of quality control.
17/09/2023By Mladen Jovanovic on 17/09/2023
In the following video series I will tackle the problem of designing and prescribing resistance training programs for team sports (or groups sharing the same program). The following topics will be covered: 1) Facility design; 2) Prescribing load; 3) Microcycle planning.
02/04/2021By Mladen Jovanovic on 02/04/2021
This how-to mini-course is an outstanding example of the “bottoms-up” approach to training design, where one deals with “where the rubber meets the road” constraints, such as facility limitations, equipment availability, team/group logistics, rather than the “top-down” approach of some textbook-style long term periodization.
18/04/2020By Mladen Jovanovic on 18/04/2020
How should short intervals be conducted for endurance athletes? Do they offer more benefits than traditional, longer intervals? Find out in this video series by Stephen Seiler.
06/04/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 06/04/2020
In this video, Mike Tuchscherer is providing practical advice for planning the week. According to Mike, the template is not a program, but the order of work for a given week. To design an efficient template, follow these six steps explained in this lesson.
22/03/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 22/03/2020
In these two videos of the Microcycles Course, Mike Tuchscherer is providing an overview of the needed background knowledge. This includes the discussion on the principles of training: specificity, overload, fatigue management, variation, periodization, and a quick mention of the auto-regulations.