Monthly Archives: April 2015

Overload, not overkill

During my recent presentations I got the same question a couple of times: “Why wait until the athlete supercompensates? When the athletes are ready (all systems recharged or back to at least baseline level, you don’t get an overload on … Continue reading

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Four mountains, three valleys.

Giving presentations for different audiences three times a week I encountered a lot of common misconceptions about sports training. The most common ones I will present to you. As a metaphor we can use the picture of four mountains divided … Continue reading

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Sport science and coaching.

I have been working rather hard: -finishing at least one of my books before summer starts, -organizing an Omegawave workshop on May 26, -scanning the library of the articles I wrote in the last 35 years, So I spend most … Continue reading

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