Monthly Archives: December 2014

Methodology of training 2.0 – Component 1: Individuality.

Strict individuality is probably the most promising component of the attempt to improve our training. Simply because almost everybody recognizes the need for an individual approach to training, while almost nobody really does that! Many coaches talk about “the program” … Continue reading

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Last week of the year.

Some promises to be fulfilled, some questions to be answered. One of the questions I got is related to the determination of muscle fibre composition by the simple Bosco jump test. The algorithms for this were unfortunately not published in … Continue reading

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How long will competitive sports still survive?

In an article for a Dutch sports website, I recently stated that I doubt that the Olympic Games will still be staged in 2048. A bold statement you think? I even think that competitive sports, in general, is on the … Continue reading

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Transfer of information – what is the best form?

Most of the time I receive replies after I publish my blog post, but this time the post is linked to a question I received some time ago. The question comes from my colleague Lorne Morrow who attended my presentations … Continue reading

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Just water?

I just came back from my lecturing “tour” to USA, Canada and Australia. It felt like living the life of a  rock star, but then without the sex, the drugs and the rock-and-roll. But at least I had the opportunity … Continue reading

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