The Best of Complementary Training in 2015
Here are the best and most visited articles in 2015:
Interview with Mike Zourdos
This is tremendous resources when it comes to strength training planning. It is more than 3hours long, but worth your time.
Maybe in the near future I might put it as a mini book.
Velocity Based Strength Training Workshop
There is more and more increase in interest in VBT. This workshop I’ve made as a part of CPD Week at Aspire Academy in Doha Qatar organized by Alex Natera.
The sound is shitty, but hopefully you will get something out of it.
Periodization Confusion – Full Video From Wind Sprint Conference
This is a video that follows my presentation on periodization, organized by Håkan Andersson in Sundsvall, Sweden. I am pretty sure
I could have done much better job presenting, since it was a bit an overkill to present on everything.
“Novel” Metric to Compare Athletes Using Their Load-Velocity Curve
In this article I played with one idea for a metric that could be used when comparing individuals and changes in individual across time
utilizing the whole load/velocity continuum.
If you ask me, this might be the most important article I wrote in 2015. I was really influenced by reading Antifragile by Nassim Taleb, and this article represents some of my application of his concepts to sports.
How to Easily Make Sense of Your Training Load Data Using TSB
Training Stress Balance is such an easy way to make more sense of your longitudinal training load tracking. Learn the basis behind it in this video.
Guest Article – the Theory & the Reality of Using GPS in Sports
This no B.S. guest article by my friend Alex Oviawe resonated really well with the GPS experts in the trenches.
TSB Workbook: Two Methods of Calculation and Assumptions
Continuing with the TSB theme, here I presented different ways of dealing with missing values and assumptions surrounding them. Really important problem that you will stumble upon as sport/data scientist.
Predicting Injuries Using Banister Model
My Excel playbook in which I tried to predict injuries using Banister model applied to training load. Think that this approach could be really interesting in the near future.
Agile Planning in Sports Training
Agile Planning or Agile Periodization represent my latest pet peeve and brain child highly influenced by Agile/Lean and Scrum approaches in software development.
I think Agile Periodization has much to offer in high performance sports especially when the whole team of experts is involved in improving the team performance.
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