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    Re: Short to Long with Team Sports

    The exact ‘team sport’ in question is a critical factor.
    NFL is completely different from soccer as is hockey, this will affect the need (if any for ‘special endurance’ and/or anaerobic power &...
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    Re: What is a good nervous system?

    You cannot go by perception or visual analysis alone.
    It 'may' be demonstrated physically or emotionally, but not always ... so in short, no.
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    Re: Gerard Mach passes away

    Great perspective when we decide to question another's comments
  4. Re: Change of direction training on the CNS intensive scale

    I'm not sure you can have a COD 'training' debate in any form with out discussing vision, perception, anticipation (and first).
    Unless it's a discussion about combine-like events.
  5. Re: The 4 Most Useless Rehab Methods - by Dr John Rusin

    Anything done bad will be bad.
    Everything has an effect.
    There are very few absolutes.
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    Re: Opinion About CNS fatigue

    Simply recording and tracking the duration of different training types (over a period of time/weekly) and performance, is a good guide for athletes.
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    Re: Opinion About CNS fatigue

    CNS fatigue would not be the primary concern in that case then - structural and developmental loads would be of more concern, so that's what I would observe and develop the athlete technically with...
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    Re: Opinion About CNS fatigue

    If the intensity is low enough it is a form of recovery, not training
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    Re: Soccer training question

    Modified tactical games within training and with instruction and coach-led education would be a better use of youth players time at that stage of development than whole games.
    There is a greater...
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    Re: Opinion About CNS fatigue

    They usually don't train at a similar intensity on all days.
    Also, the intensity of training is so low that the greater risk is volume and structural overload generally (look at the injury...
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    Re: Opinion About CNS fatigue

    Correct.
    But it's worth saying also that the 'concept' is simply that - a concept or theory - and as such is very useful for communicating and understanding the principles (Charlie espoused).
    It's...
  12. Thread: Stephanie Rice

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    Re: Stephanie Rice

    Wind your neck in
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    Re: Who's saying is this: "Speed Kills"

    Al "Just Win Baby" Davis
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    Re: The Race that Shocked the World, BBC Documentary

    That was one of the funniest most subtle hints at Carl and suspected GH use
    Excellent piece
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    Re: Ian King re Walking lunges

    Good of you to put that up there again John for people who haven't seen it before.
    Cosgrove is shown there for exactly what he is.

    Happens far too often in the business, even to Charlie,...
  16. Try the forum reviews also?

    Try the forum reviews also?
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    This is important. Two points 1. New...

    This is important.

    Two points
    1. New technology allows sports scientists to give coaches a better understanding of training effects and then the ability to determine the individual needs of...
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    Exactly. Well put. (Of course the only problem...

    Exactly. Well put.

    (Of course the only problem with the above post is that it isn't as commercial as the other BS options promoted by the usual suspects)
  19. A 'structural imbalance' in hip extension...

    A 'structural imbalance' in hip extension suggests a mechanical issue - so it's either one or the other - neural or mechanical.
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    Yes, Ice after CNS days

    Yes, Ice after CNS days
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    Yes, Cns days for ice baths. You can change the...

    Yes, Cns days for ice baths.
    You can change the massage around, but just don't focus on legs only all the time, though important.
  22. Can you explain this please ... What is a...

    Can you explain this please ...


    What is a 'structural imbalance in the hip extension function' ...?
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    If the sport is sprinting (guessing here) I'd...

    If the sport is sprinting (guessing here) I'd shift Ice baths to those days (if they have the greatest CNS demand), contrast on the others.

    Priority order for massage
    1. - Where it's...
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    The simple answer is that there is no proper...

    The simple answer is that there is no proper answer - especially in the application of the theory. MR has a complex series of variables, which are all interdependent.
    Charlie's chart was more for...
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    or the internet in general for that matter!

    or the internet in general for that matter!
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