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The Best of Complementary Training in 2016

The Best of Complementary Training in 2016

The 2016 was a weird year I must say – there were some major changes in my life, but I must admit I was quite prolific with Complementary Training writing and I managed to finally outline some of my ideas in a concrete form. I’ve outlined some of my ideas regarding Agile Periodization, Daily Undulating Framework, improved my skills in R and predictive modeling, sketched the scheduling and survey app that is in the making (and should be available hopefully before March, 2017) and should help coaches a lot in organizing sessions, groups of athletes and collecting subjective data from the athletes. There is definitely nothing similar on the market as we speak.

Sometimes I feel I did the jack shit, but once you enlist all the things you managed to do, I do feel much more productive (and a bit proud). I hope too keep up with this pace in 2017, but I must admit that I am more and more struggling with my neo-generalist nature (thanks to Stuart McMillan for suggesting the book which I started reading). I will focus more on starting the LLC and developing couple of apps, and I am afraid that something will have to give.


Anyway, here is my list of the best articles of Complementary Training in 2016:

  1. What Do You Need to Know as a Sport Scientist Besides Sport Science (Addendum)
  2. New Exercise Classification
  3. Managing (High) Performance Teams Using Scrumban Boards
  4. Agile Periodization: Concepts and Ideas
  5. Grand Unified Theory of Sport Performance
  6. Undulating Programming
  7. Minimum Viable Performance: Concept and Application in Training
  8. Testing and Training Agility in Sports
  9. Planning the Strength Training
  10. 6 Weeks Running Program for Soccer Players
  11. Planning and Programming Strength Training Using DUP Approach
  12. Daily Undulating Framework (DUF)
  13. DUP Program Template Builder v4.0
  14. Testing Endurance for Team Sport Athletes
  15. What Equipment to Get and How to Organize Your Facility?
I am a physical preparation coach from Belgrade, Serbia, grew up in Pula, Croatia (which I consider my home town). I was involved in physical preparation of professional, amateur and recreational athletes of various ages in sports such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, martial arts and tennis. Read More »

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