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Science of Sports Training: How to Plan and Control Training for Peak Performance

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The purpose of athletic training is to achieve the highest possible sports result (for a given individual). Training is efficient if this result is achieved with a minimal expenditure of time and energy. In accordance with the above statements, Science of Sports Training tells the reader how to achieve maximal results with minimum of effort.

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Published January 1st 2001 by Stadion Publishing Company, Inc. (first published August 1991)
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Olivier Goetgeluck
Mar 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
"Training is efficient if the highest sports result is achieved with the least expense of time and energy."

Proper sequence of practicing new skills:
1. strive for accuracy of movements
2. strive for accuracy with speed
3. strive for fast performance of accurate movements in suddenly occurring situations
=> similar to Ido Portal's "Isolation > Integration > Improvisation"-concept

"Athletes of international caliber need less time to relax a muscle than to contract it."

"Relaxing facial muscles leads to
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