Block Periodization has 22 ratings and 2 reviews. Aaron said: The theory in this book is meant for athletes training at an elite level. Most college aged. “Mixed training produces mixed results”. Stegeman, in endurance sports ( thousands km). Annual volumes of implement. Block Periodized Training. Block periodization: breakthrough in sports training / by Vladimir Issurin ; edited by Dr. Michael Yessis. Published: Michigan: Ultimate Athlete Concepts,
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Yasha Kahn has written about this as well, taking time off.
Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sport Training by Vladimir Issurin
Isn’t the LSUS program based around a block periodization approach for the most part? Return to Book Page.
There is large number of black-and-white figures, tables, example and case study boxes which are very well organized and easy to understand.
Originally Posted by Leon Kaz. Will you get doubly strong?
Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sport Training
Tima Oliveira marked it as to-read Oct 19, Residual training effects are explained and there is an interesting table showing residual duration of various motor abilities after cessation of training. There is a clear description of terms and ideas used by traditional theory, along with contradictions and consequences of such approach. Tedy Friyadi rated it it was amazing Oct 26, Unlike traditional periodization, where simultaneous development of many abilities is the norm, the block periodization concept proposes the consecutive training stimulation of carefully selected fitness components.
When she was finally able to come back to training, she was absolutely crushing her old lifts in short order. Anyway, I hardly imagine that BP can be used in team sports with such a long competition period and short preparatory period, although there are some interesting concepts and ideas like mini-blocks, compatibility and sequencing of training modalities, designing of a microcycle spot could also be use in breeakthrough traditional or complex-parallel periodization.
I try to liken training to building a tolerance and trying to then lower it by detraining. That if you use all the blockk available to you all the time they’ll lose the effect. Breakthrough in Sport Training by Vladimir Issurin. I think he wrote an entire series, feel like he may brexkthrough cited Issurin in them.
At the bottom of this page members can find the appropriate coupon code and use it whenever they like. The book is organized into 5 chapters and it has about pages. It is amazing how little it seems people care about training optimally and how people want to train all the damn time with no breaks.
The adoption of this system requires reformation of many theoretical positions and practical guidelines, which previously seemed unshakable. Josh Spirt marked it as to-read Feb 26, It is unique in the field because it links successful experience from world sport practice with the scientific basis of sport training.
Alexander Shifman marked it as to-read Feb 07, I think the same thing goes for training stimulus.
Not likely, breakthrougy you will be putting double the wear and tear on your body. Brett A rated it it was amazing Nov 21, More of a reference book for designing a block periodization program. The book is in soft cover and A4 format.
Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sports Training – Vladimir Issurin – Google Books
Since professor Issurin has lived in Israel and works as a researcher, professional consultant and coordinator for Israeli Olympic National teams since The time now is Though I am familiar with many different periodization techniques, I guess I’m not too familiar with the history of periodized programming.
This traditional periodization was republished many times and became a universal and monopolistic approach to training planning and analysis. Last edited by FFF; at All times are GMT Bo Rizzo marked it as to-read Feb 22, The adoption of this system requires reformation of many theoretical positions and practical guidelines, which previously seemed unshakable. Antoni Ronquillo marked it as to-read Oct 23, This new approach has been implemented in various sports and has led to outstanding athletic achievements.
It is hard to convince some of my lifters they will make better gains after they take a break and not to be discouraged with missing a few workouts. Timon marked it as to-read Jun 18, There is an explanation of load variation in microcylces wave-shape design and discussion on the number of peaks within microcycle. Bradley Slining rated it really liked it Jun 15, Alan Bullock marked it as to-read Jun 26, There is a discussion regarding contradictions of the effect of AT in physiological textbooks vs.
I see it as a failure even by coaches who don’t encourage lifters to take a break, expect them to train on vacation, or get back into it quickly after overreaching for a big meet. Where can I get it and how much does it cost? At that time the traditional training periodization, as a division of the whole seasonal program into breaktjrough periods and training units, was proposed and elucidated.
The chapter begins by laying out scientific background, general factors affecting altitude performance and basics of altitude adaptation.