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Think tank for coaches, sport scientists, performance analysts and performance directors working in high-performance sport fields and research.
 
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I was in the middle of writing the final chapters for my upcoming Strength Manual, and I was explaining Dose - Response models including the subjective ratings, when Israel Halperin sent me a draft version of his upcoming opinion piece on rating of perceived effort. Perfect timing! Reading this made me rethink a few things I wanted to cover, bu ...…
 
In this episode Israel and myself had a pleasure to host a guest speaker - Mike Tuchscherer. I know Mike since around 2007. when he published his (still) outstanding book “Reactive Strength Training”, a book that was the first book to outline usable and concrete strategies of autoregulated training using RPE set ratings. Years passed by and Mik ...…
 
In this episode, myself and Israel continued discussion on “training individualization” that I have started with the recent screencast - “On Individualization”. Israel provided an interesting viewpoint from a scientific perspective, which is how “normalizing” groups is hard to do in practice (as I would like to call: “creating equal playing fie ...…
 
In Episode #4 of Training Chats with Israel and Mladen, we discussed the the concept of training transfer. That is, does practicing task 1 transfer to- and improve (or hinder) task 2? For example, will squatting transfer to and improve sprinting performance? We identified two “camps” of this approach: the first believes that strength training s ...…
 
In Episode #3 of Training Chats with Israel and Mladen, we discuss the the concept of phase potentiation in periodization. That is, does sequencing periods that place greater emphasis on certain qualities (strength, speed, etc) in a particular order lead to better performance compared with different sequences and/or without a specific emphasis ...…
 
In Episode #2 of Training Chats with Israel and Mladen, we continued our discussion on evidence based practice. Israel covered some of the history behind the term and movement, and shared his thoughts as to how it can be used in our profession. We spoke about combining evidence from scientific literature, our expertise and experience, current c ...…
 
Israel Halperin and myself are starting a new series of podcasts covering coaching, training, and sport science while emphasizing the complexity and uncertainty involved in the exercise professions. We plan on publishing 30-40 min episodes every two weeks on various topics and hopefully host different experts and coaches. In today’s episode we ...…
 
IT IS FINALLY HERE – The Shuttle Run Beep Test with COD (changes of direction) corrections! What does this mean? It means that the score (MAS, or maximum aerobic speed) reached in the COD corrected beep test can now be used in both long distance and shuttle based conditioning. The shuttle run beep tests so far didn’t implement corrections for C ...…
 
In episode eleven of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Israel Halperin. Israel is a PhD candidate and Muay Thai coach from Tel-Aviv, Israel, who I’ve met in Canberra while he was with Australian Institute of Sport. Israel is someone with the skin in the game, to paraphrase Nassim Taleb. Someone who has walked the walk as a Muay Tha ...…
 
In episode ten of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Sam Robertson. Sam is Senior Research Fellow at Western Bulldogs (AFL) & Victoria University. We touched about the role of machine learning/predictive analytics in sports (especially injury prediction), “novel” techniques, and how to establish data/sport science department. Sam is ...…
 
In episode nine of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to John Kiely. John is mostly famous for his critiques of periodization (which are a must read papers), so I used this opportunity to expand on that particular topic. Here are some must read articles from John: Periodization, Planning, Prediction: And why the future ain't what it us ...…
 
In episode eight of Complementary Training Podcast I am talking to Samuele Marcora. Samuele is a Professor at the University of Kent, investigating the role of mind/brain in endurance performance, fatigue and physical activity. This is a pretty long episode, but full of actionable insights. Some of the topics we are covering are the following: ...…
 
In episode seven of the Complementary Training podcast, I am talking to John Lythe. I can call John my big brother. He was more than helpful with his support and advice from sport science, Excel to personal/life issues. I am really lucky to know this lad. We finally met in person when I was in Doha in 2014/2015. You do not know a person until y ...…
 
In episode six of the Complementary Training podcast, I am talking to Marco Altini, the creator of HRV4Training app and machine learning expert. Marco provided tremendous guidelines for my recent injury prediction model and have motivated me to learn more about Bayesian models. Marco also posts regularly on the topics of HRV, machine learning a ...…
 
In episode five of the Complementary Training podcast, I am talking to Jesse Green and Nick Murray who are Physical Performance and Sport Science PhD students at Brisbane Lions Australian Football Club. We are talking about their experience at Brisbane Lions, as well as their recommendations in landing such a job. Their experience and recommend ...…
 
In episode four of Complementary Training podcast, I am speaking to Mike Boyle. There is no need to introduce Mike. Love him or hate him, he is one of the most influential strength and conditioning coaches and authors in the field. His book Functional Training for Sports just got the second edition and Mike covers how did this book improve over ...…
 
In episode three of Complementary Training podcast, I am speaking to David Watts. David is Elite Level Strength and Conditioning coach from Brisbane Australia. He is currently employed as S&C coach at Queensland Academy of Sport where he works for over 6 years with athlete from a wide variety of sports. We covered the following topics: ASCA lic ...…
 
This podcast is indeed fascinating since Mike Zourdos and myself covered plenty of strength training ground, from analyzing famous programs, difference between Daily Undulating Periodization vs Daily Undulating Planning, cycles planning, daily max vs high-frequency training, emotional and boredom issues, in-season training, VBT and so forth. It ...…
 
In this first episode of Complementary Training Podcast I pick the brain of Žarko Vu?kovi?, general surgeon working at Aspetar on the topic of groin-related pain. We cover plenty of ground, including the different “categories” of groin-related issues (sport hernia, adductor issues, hip flexor, hip issue and so forth), screening tests and clinic ...…
 
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