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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 […]
07/07/2017
Modern Approach to Strength & Conditioning – Part 2
In the second part of this blog series I will share my point of view on developing efficient cardiovascular system via energy system development as well […]
26/04/2017
Modern Approach to Strength & Conditioning – Part 1
Modern Approach to Strength & Conditioning – Part 1 In this blog series I decided to share my view of how modern approach to strength and […]
26/04/2016
Self-myofascial release – pros and cons
Foam rolling and other techniques under the so-called self-myofascial release (SMR) continue to gain popularity in the fitness world today. These days, we can find foam […]
01/03/2016
5 basic bodyweight strength test/exercises for every athlete
We can measure the strength in many different ways. First of all there are many different types of strength: maximal strength, explosive strength, strength endurance, strength […]
18/08/2015
Athletic stance – 4 important rules to have optimal position
There is one postural position/stance that is common to all multidirectional sports and it’s called athletic stance. Regardless to the surface (ice, grass, clay, hardwood) or […]
10/01/2015
The myth of functional training
I was inspired to write this post about functional training since this term has been misunderstood by many personal trainers, strength and conditioning coaches as well […]
09/07/2014
Slide board training to improve tennis player’s performance
Modern strength and conditioning coaches can choose various equipment in order to improve athleticism of their athletes. Some of this available equipment is more or less […]
16/06/2014
Stability training enigma
Today in fitness, rehabilitation and sports performance we can find so much misunderstanding of what stability is and how to achieve it. To explain better the […]
16/04/2014
Let your joints become more mobile
Mobility? What is that? It is something for yoga gurus or Pilates enthusiasts… – that is the typical answer of old school strength coaches to the […]