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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Block Periodization by Vladimir Issurin. Michael Yessis Editor. At that time the traditional training periodization, as a division of the whole seasonal program into smaller periods and training units, was proposed and elucidated. This traditional periodization was republished many times and became a universal and monopolistic approach to training planning and analysis.
However, further progress in sport science has reinforced the contradictions between traditional periodization and the successful experiences of prominent coaches and athletes. Gradually, these experiences led to alternative coaching concepts and, ultimately, a revamped training approach called Block Periodization.
Its general idea presupposes the use and sequencing of specialized mesocycle-blocks, where highly concentrated training workloads are focused on a minimal number of motor and technical abilities.
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. This new approach has been implemented in various sports and has led to outstanding athletic achievements. Therefore, the purpose of this book is to introduce Block Periodization of sport training as a general concept and as the basis for a revamped training system.
The adoption of this system requires reformation of many theoretical positions and practical guidelines, which previously seemed unshakable. This book is intended for coaches, athletes, researchers and physical education students.
It is unique in the field because it links successful experience from world sport practice with the scientific basis of sport training. It consolidates empirically proved positions with the most up-to-date scientific knowledge.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published October 30th by Ultimate Athlete Concepts. More Details Original Title. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Block Periodization , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. Jul 26, Aaron rated it really liked it. The theory in this book is meant for athletes training at an elite level. Most college aged athletes and younger, will not need all of these ideas. The science is great. The layout of the text is very good as well. The most important concept from the book is that of the training residuals, or how often do you need to re-visit a trainable ability Speed, Aerobic Capacity, etc Oct 15, Jeremy rated it liked it.
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Interview with Vladimir Issurin
Here is my review of the Block Periodization book for the amazon. He completed his undergraduate studies on Sport Sciences and Ph. Since professor Issurin has lived in Israel and works as a researcher, professional consultant and coordinator for Israeli Olympic National teams since As a member of the national Olympic delegations he took part in five Olympic Games; twice as a team leader of the Israeli kayak and swimming national teams and
Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sport Training