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16/03/2021
General Warm Up
Warm up is the most fundamental part of every training! When I was lucky to closely work together with John McEnroe, I asked him what kind […]
15/09/2020
Positional strength training – part 2
In the first blog I was explaining the importance of fascia fitness, what fascia is, and her purpose in the human body. In the second part […]
10/08/2020
Positional strength training – Part I
More than 20 years ago when I started to coach other people it was so difficult to find a good book about coaching. Usually, I borrowed […]
21/05/2020
ATHLETICISM – What It Is and How to Improve It – Part 2
In the first part of this blog series, I was focused on the physical aspect of athleticism and how we can improve it. In the second […]
06/05/2020
ATHLETICISM – What It Is and How to Improve It – Part 1
What is athleticism?     We typically define the best athlete as the one who can jump the highest or run the fastest. But this is […]
30/03/2020
Sympathetic and parasympathetic type of overtraining
Overtraining, in general, is excessive frequency, duration, volume, or intensity of training causing the body’s inability to recover and adapt. There are two types of chronic […]
07/11/2019
Tennis and Olympic lifts
Power expression is what makes the difference between players in every sport arena. No matter in which way is expressed, as a faster acceleration, more powerful […]
11/10/2019
Arthrokinematics and Osteokinematics
In today’s post, I want to talk about 2 terms that are not so common in the world of physical preparation coaches or recreational fitness professionals. […]
05/06/2019
Force absorption before force production
Developing power speed, explosiveness must be the ultimate goal for every coach who is training athletes, simply because this is what makes difference on the court, […]
08/02/2018
Over-specialization with under-development
Early specialization by many sport scientists is today called the sickness of modern sport. In modern sport, young athletes need to spend so much time playing […]