Traditional periodization follows an optimal sequence based on the time course of training adaptations. Understanding this will help you set your training load, and time physiological adaptions better.
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This episode ideas used in this episode come from Alan Couzens and include: Maximal Athletic Development, The time course of training adaptions, and influence curves. These will help you to plan your training for optimal performance gains within the linear periodization model.
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- ‘Periodization: Why we don’t ‘put the cart before the horse’ by Alan Couzens
- Influence Curves by Alan Couzens
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