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    • Traditional and BlockPeriodization Concepts and the Unpredictable Performance Period
    • What is an unpredictable performance period? Link
    • “The guidelines of the Traditional Periodization model are based on the simultaneous development of many fitness components within a regular workload distribution. The traditional model is also characterized by using relatively long periods of time for the development of training goals and the predominance of general over specific training.”Garcia-Pallares J, Garcia-Fernandez M, Sanchez-Medina L, & Izquierdo M. Performance changes in world-class kayakers following two different training periodization models. European J Appl Physiology. 2010; 110: 99-107.
    • “The use of highly concentrated training loads focused on the consecutive development of a minimal number of motor and technical abilities.” The manipulation of training Intensity.Garcia-Pallares J, Garcia-Fernandez M, Sanchez-Medina L, & Izquierdo M. Performance changes in world-class kayakers following two different training periodization models. European J Appl Physiology. 2010; 110: 99-107.
    • Building on Residual opposed to ‘Transition’ Link Issurin V. Block Periodization – Breakthrough in Sport Training. Ultimate Athletic Concepts. 2008. pp 16-17
    • “Following a Block model using half the total training volume, but with a 10% higher workload accumulation over the selected training targets for each phase, resulted in a more effective training stimulus for the improvement of performance when compared with a Traditional model.”Garcia-Pallares J, Garcia-Fernandez M, Sanchez-Medina L, & Izquierdo M. Performance changes in world-class kayakers following two different training periodization models. European J Appl Physiology. 2010; 110: 99-107.
    • “inherently complex biological systems”Kiely J. Periodization paradigms in the 21st century: evidence-led or tradition-driven. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2012; 7(3): 242-50.
    • LinkKiely J. Periodization paradigms in the 21st century: evidence-led or tradition-driven. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 2012; 7(3): 242-50.
    • “The Block training model is more efficient than a Daily Undulating Periodization model in producing strength gains”Painter KB, Haff GG, Ramsey MW, McBride J, Triplett T, Sands WA, Lamont HS, Stone ME, Stone MH. Strength gains: block versus undulating periodization weight training among field athletes. International Journal of Applied Physiology and Performance. 2011; 7(2): 161-9.
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    • Further Reading• Bompa T O, & Haff G G. Periodization: Theory and Methodology of Training. Human Kinetics, 2009.• Issurin V. Block Periodization: Breakthrough in Sport Training. Ultimate Athlete Concepts, 2008.• Issurin V. Block Periodization 2: Fundamental Concepts and Training Design. Ultimate Athlete Concepts, 2008.• Bompa T O, & Carrera M. Periodization Training for Sports. Human Kinetics, 2005.