Periodization is a method for structuring short and long term training plans, grounded in research in exercise physiology, athletic psychology and training methodology. It varies the intensity and volume of training to optimize the body's ability to recover and rebuild. This results in better performance and less risk of injury. This text describes the underlying principles of effective training; the objectives and components of an effective, long term training programme; proven strategies for optimal peaking; and how to train for better motor ability, working capacity, skill effectiveness and psychological adaptability.About the Author:
" Tudor O. Bompa, PhD, is recognized worldwide as the foremost expert on periodization training. He first developed the concept of ""periodization of strength"" in Romania in 1963, as he helped the Eastern Bloc countries rise to dominance in the athletic world. Since then, Bompa has used his system to train 11 Olympic Games and world championship medallists and elite athletes. A full professor at York University in Toronto, Bompa has authored several important books on physical conditioning, including "Serious Strength Training, Second Edition, " "Periodization Training for Sports, " and "Total Training for Young Champions" as well as numerous articles on the subject. He has made presentations on periodization training in more than 30 countries. His publications, conferences, and ideas are highly regarded and enthusiastically sought out by many top professional athletes and training specialists. Bompa is married and lives in Sharon, Ontario.Bompa currently offers certification programs in strength training, planning, and periodization. ""The Tudor Bompa Training System"" is designed for personal trainers, instructors, coaches, athletes, and educators. For more information, contact Dr. Tudor Bompa, P.O. Box 95, Sharon, ON, LOG 1VO, Canada. "
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