By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/02/2017
In the video below I am showing you how to easily create survey, send it to the athletes and get their responses directly to Excel. No more paper, copy-pasting and wasting time.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/01/2017
Here is another greate video by Vigor Ground Fitness and Performance. This was their most watched and shared video in 2016.
By Keir Wenham-Flatt on 14/01/2017
The webinar this month will be presented by Keir Wenham-Flatt. Keir is a rugby strength and conditioning specialist who has worked with professional teams on 4 different continents. He decided to share his remarkable video presentation with us.
By John Lythe on 28/11/2016
This is part five and we have got one more idea that I want to show you and that is a scrollbar. To find out more, please watch the video.
By John Lythe on 15/11/2016
In this video I will show you how to extract only the most recent records for a selected athlete using either the LARGE or the AGGREGATE function to provide the row numbers and INDEX to extract the data.
By Keir Wenham-Flatt on 12/11/2016
I have been working a lot recently on implementing tempo training as the primary tool for conditioning my athletes here at Toshiba. This is for a few different reasons: 1) Lack of HR monitors; 2 A need to condition all my guys at once; 3) A lack of off-feet training equipment- if they have to run, it might as...
By Mladen Jovanovic on 20/10/2016
The faster you push your pace or the more complex you make your footwork patterns, your brain must remain one step ahead to position your body appropriately. This neuromuscular training will help you stay sharp whenever you have to be quick in everyday life - whether it’s thinking on your feet in a job interview or catching your iPhone...
By John Lythe on 11/10/2016
This is the part three of this exercise. In this video we have a new data set to look at as compared to the first two videos. This is more generic fitness testing data set that contains all sorts of things from body weight and body composition through speed, strength and power measures.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 11/10/2016
I'm a fan of using mobility exercises that give you a lot of bang for your buck and can knock out two (or more) birds with one stone. And let's be honest, you need to spice up your routine even in the warm up department here and there.
By Mladen Jovanovic on 08/10/2016
This is the warm-up for Olympic weightlifting recommended by Greg Everett of Catalyst Athletics. Before starting the specific warming up with the barbell, you can use the “general” warm-ups to address mobility issues and loosen up the joints, as well to increase the temperature. Perform each drill for 10-15 reps.