Monthly Archives: May 2014

Misinterpretations and misunderstandings

And our world is full of them, here is a misunderstanding about a popular issue in sprints training and a questions that I have heard since I started working with this: “As far as resisted sprint training goes e.g. sled … Continue reading

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Towards a new concept of training, part 1

A lot has been published in recent years about the training of athletes. Most of it came from the field of exercise physiology and many coaches accepted this information rather uncritically. Short-term experiments with small groups, often consisting of average … Continue reading

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It’s seminar time….

The months of March, April and May are always busy times for seminars, congresses, workshops etc. Opportunities to teach and learn, to exchange information and to meet new people, working in one’s field. This year I was invited to speak … Continue reading

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