Periodization, planning, prediction
'The purpose of this article is to re-visit some of the key underpinning beliefs of the traditional periodization model, to examine the evidence and logic supporting these assumptions, and finally on the basis of this discussion to uncover any potential implications for training planning philosophy. Needless to say, it will not be feasible to address every aspect of the debate. Therefore, let’s sidestep aspects of periodization that have been covered extensively elsewhere, and instead focus on some novel, and hopefully interesting, ways of considering the planning problem.'
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