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 developmen...
“The use of highly concentrated training      loads focused on the consecutive  development of a minimal number of motor  ...
Building on Residual       opposed to ‘Transition’                                                                        ...
“Following a Block model using half the total     training volume, but with a 10% higher   workload accumulation over the ...
“inherently complex biological systems”Kiely J. Periodization paradigms in the 21st century: evidence-led or tradition-dri...
LinkKiely J. Periodization paradigms in the 21st century: evidence-led or tradition-driven. International Journal of Sport...
“The Block training model is more efficient than a Daily Undulating Periodization model in producing strength gains”Painte...
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Further Reading•   Bompa T O, & Haff G G. Periodization: Theory and Methodology of    Training. Human Kinetics, 2009.•   I...
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Block and traditional periodization and the unpredictable performance period

  1. 1. Traditional and BlockPeriodization Concepts and the Unpredictable Performance Period
  2. 2. What is an unpredictable performance period? Link
  3. 3. “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.
  4. 4. “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.
  5. 5. Building on Residual opposed to ‘Transition’ Link Issurin V. Block Periodization – Breakthrough in Sport Training. Ultimate Athletic Concepts. 2008. pp 16-17
  6. 6. “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.
  7. 7. “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.
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. “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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  11. 11. 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.

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