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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.
'Nineteenth-century federalism in Greece: An attempt at periodisation'.
Cardiff two days per week to develop my individual periodisation.
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.
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.