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World Masters Training, Week Summary 7/46.  


Hi All,
well, a quiet week, but positive none the less.

Monday (as posted on the night) was a great day, after a couple of weeks of rubbish training, I got back into training though. I was really into it and had a ball.

Wednesday I went along to HMS Sultan, but sadly there were not enough a poeple for a session. :(
But it was a terrific opportunity to speak with Pete of the Navy Judo.

Saturday, I headed out for a 45 minute run.
Felt pretty good, 4.22 Miles, not bad given the lack of running through the week.

Anyway...
I have got to get the plan together, I am slipping. I think the only way forward is morning runs.. yuck! But evenings are cold, wet and DARK!

Lance
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Anton Geesink Documentary 




This is a Judo documentary about the Great man Anton Geesink, the giant man who showed us all that the Japanese were beatable.

Enjoy!

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World Masters Training, Week Summary 6/46.  


Okay, this is late, mainly because I didn't want to post anything until I had actually made it to some training.

This has been a bad couple of weeks. I haven't done much in the way of training.

However.. last night was awesome!
I had one of those Judo sessions where it all feels good, everything flows. I also did a touch of coaching which seemed to go down well with the class. It's nice to share ideas with others.

It also got me thinking about rest and performance, in terms periodisation in particular.
In my training, I have been scheduling training everyday pretty much. And I have to say that the last two weeks has possibly been a result of the density of training.

So I take two weeks and I am back and feeling great.

Now, in Tudor Bompa's work on periodisation he does recommend a "transition phase" between macro cycles. These are 1-2 weeks in duration. Now, I have completed 4 weeks, then taken 2 weeks. The plan was for 8 weeks for my first two macro cycles, this obviously is wrong for me (it might be right for you) so I am revising to keep to 4 week cycles and probably 1-2 weeks transition.

When you are working with athletes (or as an athlete), I hope that you will take my experience and the wisdom of Mr. Bompa into consideration and adjust your programmes to match the reactions of the athlete.
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2007 University of Bath Debate/Conference photos on TWOJ. 


Bob Willingham has put a bunch (okay masses) of photos from the Denate and COnference on his site, go take a look and buy some, so Bob keeps taking them.

http://www.twoj.org/judogallery/bathdeb ... albums.php

I apologise for my own pictures there... I apparently share my kids affliction of Read Eyes and funny faces! :)


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2006 Commonwealth Tournament data no on Swivel.net 


Total Time Secs by Form #

The chart above is from my research at the 2006 Commonwealth Judo Tournament.
I have uploaded the data I collected to swivel.net where some great visualisations are automatically generated. Go take a look and see what you can find out!
:)
Below are a few more graphs.
Number of scores by Category

Total attacks by Form #

Segments by Form #




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