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  • n. Alternative form of periodization.


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  • Bellamy joined Cardiff on a season's loan in August nursing a knee problem, bringing with him "periodisation" coach Raymond Verheijen.

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  • 'Nineteenth-century federalism in Greece: An attempt at periodisation'.

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  • Cardiff two days per week to develop my individual periodisation.

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  • The 39-year-old Verheijen believes that "explosive" players like Bellamy, with fast-twitch muscle fibres, should follow an individual, specialised programme - part of the periodisation approach to smarter training - to keep them fresh and prevent overtraining.

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  • I find it interesting the way my evaluation of chapters changes due to the uneven periodisation of the revision process.

  • These were accepted largely without question and we have lived with this periodisation for almost two hundred years.


  • I’ll try and dig something out on periodisation too - the wave progression - which would validate what I reckon’s going to happen after a couple of light days due to the skin cancer stuff: You’ll come back heaps faster and quicker and more revitalised.

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