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Bondarchuk's “complex periodization” approach for throwers: more specific = more transfer of training with that in mind; e.g. CE work must be planned with. The next principle that often comes up in reading Dr. Bondarchuk's work is the idea of Training Transfer, or “Transfer of Training” as he terms it. Can some please explain to Bondarchuk that one can't make training transfer claims from correlations, and especially not from correlation between two.


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Home · Transfer of Training in Sports 1-Bondarchuk. Transfer of Training in Sports 1-Bondarchuk. October 20, | Author: Jude Suckerberg | Category: N/ A. Trasnfer Training - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. -Anatoliy P. Bondarchuk, Transfer of Training in Sports. Periodization is the complex process of developing a training plan designed . Bondarchuk has published books on the transfer of training and.

General Preparatory Exercises Do not repeat competitive actions in part or in whole. Typically used as a foundation exercise, for use in all around body development. These exercises increase the general abilities of work, flexibility, coordination and strength. Specialized Preparatory Exercises Exercises that use the same muscle groups as the competitive action, but do not replicate the action in part or in whole.

Specialized Development Exercises Exercises that repeat the competitive exercise in separate parts. These exercises follow the laws of dynamic correspondence to ensure maximum transfer to sporting ability. The improvements seen in these abilities are realized after further execution of the competitive exercise. Competitive Exercises These movements are the exact sporting events which are trained in practice or in competition.

The ability for each of these to have transfer to the desired effect depends on the training status of the athlete. An amateur athlete think underdeveloped freshmen may need a plan similar to this: Screen Shot at 9.

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If you were to use the aforementioned transfer equation, you would find increases in your general exercises would have direct increases in the desired testing movements. However a senior receiver with adequate levels of development may need a plan more similar to this: These exercises specifically train the movements that need to be increased, as the foundation has previously been set and further increases in those qualities will no longer transfer to the desired sporting movement.

What is the practical difference here? The first one will have more volume and effort work, as well as a more general exercise selection for a longer period of the year.

The second one will use volume and effort for short stints purely for retention and re-development purposes, then move to more sport, movement and speed specific work at an earlier period in the year.

In addition to having different exercises for each cycle, the same exercises can be used from one cycle to the next, but the execution, load and speed may differ to transfer it from general preparatory to specialized preparatory.

Lets look at the various types of strengths that can be developed lets look at this in terms of velocity and intensity: Manns velocity based protocols for maximal power development. In Dr. Manns Use of Velocity Based training in Sports, he states: During my first statistics class for my doctorate, I had to do a page project based on the results from a regression analysis in my field. I thought I would do something easy that wouldnt take me much thought.

I was going to be really busy at the end of the semester so I decided to do a paper on how the Olympic lifts had the greatest relationship to vertical jumps. I figured Id fill in the statistical portion as I learned how to do them. Well, it backfired. I wrote the entire paper, and then toward the end of the semester, I learned how to do the statistics. I ran them and was appalled by what I found.

The improvements in the Olympic lifts not only had no significant effect, but the bench press was more highly correlated to the vertical jump than the Olympic lifts. We were doing Olympic lifts as an absolute strength type exercise with our athletes. This led to nearly no hip extension, a great amount of back extension, great amounts of lateral foot movement, limbo style bar catches, and most importantly, ultra slow bar speed I found the speeds for the Olympic lifts that we were doing.

For a repetition to count, it had to be done at the speed required. The sample size was small, but a regression analysis showed now that the use of VBT and emphasizing proper technique did lead to the clean having an impact on vertical jump. It went from fifth to third relationship behind body composition and the squat.

Simply performing and executing a speed-strength or strength-speed exercise is not sufficient to have transferable effects to the field. It must be done with proper technique, intensity, intent and at the right time of year, to have maximum transferability to sport form.

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So we have established that to ensure a high level of transfer, there must be a high level of specificity. This brings two questions to the table: For most sports, we need acceleration, top speed, short area quickness etc.

For a pitcher, it may be pitch speed, and training to decrease his 60 time likely wont transfer to that ability. For a running back, short quickness acceleration and explosive horizontal power, with excellent change of direction ability, will contribute to his ability to compete more than a 6 plate box squat.

Putting a volleyball player on a top speed program will not help them play their sport, as short area quickness and burst are the key movement factors involved. Unlike competition and Olympic type sports, where the final event may be a single hammer throw, a straight ahead sprint, or a squat, team sports are built off a collection of general athletic movements, comprised of several complex multi joint movements, followed by a few specific sporting activities.

Specialized exercises can contribute to both of these skills to increase the transfer to the field. Couldn't wait for it to get here to read and learn. Will be downloading his 2nd book on this as well. The book simply shows the list of which exercises most of them are explosive, plyometric, and sport-specific exercises can be more transferable to enhance sport performance in track and field.

For example, weightlifting exercises, clean and snatch, are commonly prescribed to track-and-field athletes but while reading the book, you will notice that except the javelin throw, there is little or none positive transfer observed from weightlifting exercises according to the data the author has worked on. The author concludes that the exercises which mimic the movement of an actual sport is much transferable to improve the result of the sport.

The data shown in the book is really valuable, collected by the author in his involvement in many Olympic teams as a professional coach having a PhD. The book suits the coaches and athletes who want to remodel the exercises for a proper achievement.

Transfer of Training is a book that may take you a few times to read, but once you understand the concepts and what Dr. Bondarchuk is presenting you will greatly appreciate the text. Understanding that the exercise you implement can give many different responses in training is something that is missed in majority of training programs.

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This has made me try to dive deeper into examining exercise selection in training for all sports. If you want to guarantee that what you implement improves who you are training, this is a good book to get familiar with. One person found this helpful.

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Transfer of Training presents a fundamental sport training concept, and a great deal of associated data obtained from a fantastic amount of national and world champion level sportsmen, towards any conceivable sporting discipline. In this great text Dr.

Bondarchuk, a former world champion and Olympic gold medalist himself and the most successful sport coach in Olympic history, has outlined the significance of ensuring that the training process registers highly in its meaning towards the athlete's further perfection of their discipline rather than simply improving the common measurables that poorly correlate to high sports achievements in disciplines other than powerlifting and weightlifting.

I give this text the highest possible rating as, in my view, this should be required reading for anyone associated with training athletes. Bondarchuk has done that with the highest level of athletes. Great book! See all 5 reviews. site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Transfer of Training in Sports Volume 2. Triphasic Training: A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance Volume 1. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about site Prime. This is why a relatively narrow circle of exercises provides positive transfer to movement technique preparedness.

Now that we have established the need for training specificity, how do you do it? Planning your training sequence for maximal transfer can begin first by categorizing your exercises and placing them appropriately in your annual plan.

Bondarchuk recognizes four types of exercises: General Preparatory Exercises Do not repeat competitive actions in part or in whole. Typically used as a foundation exercise, for use in all around body development.

These exercises increase the general abilities of work, flexibility, coordination and strength. Specialized Preparatory Exercises Exercises that use the same muscle groups as the competitive action, but do not replicate the action in part or in whole. Specialized Development Exercises Exercises that repeat the competitive exercise in separate parts. These exercises follow the laws of dynamic correspondence to ensure maximum transfer to sporting ability.

The improvements seen in these abilities are realized after further execution of the competitive exercise. Competitive Exercises These movements are the exact sporting events which are trained in practice or in competition.

The ability for each of these to have transfer to the desired effect depends on the training status of the athlete. An amateur athlete think underdeveloped freshmen may need a plan similar to this: Screen Shot at 9.

If you were to use the aforementioned transfer equation, you would find increases in your general exercises would have direct increases in the desired testing movements.

However a senior receiver with adequate levels of development may need a plan more similar to this: Screen Shot at 9. These exercises specifically train the movements that need to be increased, as the foundation has previously been set and further increases in those qualities will no longer transfer to the desired sporting movement.

What is the practical difference here? The first one will have more volume and effort work, as well as a more general exercise selection for a longer period of the year. The second one will use volume and effort for short stints purely for retention and re-development purposes, then move to more sport, movement and speed specific work at an earlier period in the year.

In addition to having different exercises for each cycle, the same exercises can be used from one cycle to the next, but the execution, load and speed may differ to transfer it from general preparatory to specialized preparatory. Lets look at the various types of strengths that can be developed lets look at this in terms of velocity and intensity : VBT speeeds For most team sports, this works mostly inversely from GPP to SPP.

Manns velocity based protocols for maximal power development.

In Dr. Manns Use of Velocity Based training in Sports, he states: During my first statistics class for my doctorate, I had to do a page project based on the results from a regression analysis in my field.

I thought I would do something easy that wouldnt take me much thought.

I was going to be really busy at the end of the semester so I decided to do a paper on how the Olympic lifts had the greatest relationship to vertical jumps. I figured Id fill in the statistical portion as I learned how to do them. Well, it backfired. I wrote the entire paper, and then toward the end of the semester, I learned how to do the statistics.

I ran them and was appalled by what I found. The improvements in the Olympic lifts not only had no significant effect, but the bench press was more highly correlated to the vertical jump than the Olympic lifts.

We were doing Olympic lifts as an absolute strength type exercise with our athletes. Technique suffered, but as long as the weight went up, it was good. This led to nearly no hip extension, a great amount of back extension, great amounts of lateral foot movement, limbo style bar catches, and most importantly, ultra slow bar speed I found the speeds for the Olympic lifts that we were doing.This item: Exercise Classification All sports can be broken down into their component parts, compared to the competition exercise from most specific highly similar to most general least similar.

This is a record which has never been approached before it happened or since by any coach in virtually any sport discipline. However a senior receiver with adequate levels of development may need a plan more similar to this: This is likely Dr. Coaches and researchers began testing uncharted waters to get results including the deep end of drug use, which proved ineffectual and even counterproductive. Sports Medicine Now that we have established the need for training specificity, how do you do it?

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