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Mention the name, Frans Bosch, and expect a very wide-ranging set of responses from coaches, therapists, and sport scientists. He is well-known for his writing and presentations on sprinting and training, and is a consultant to several rugby and soccer clubs. In , his first book, Running: Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology in Practice, launched his popularity.

I love the books that question my understanding and the models I use to understand things. I am not sure I agree with everything he says, but I do agree with a lot — and that is what I am going to touch in this post. Being aware of it or not, we all use models to understand things. Some call it paradigms, lenses, whatever. But we all use them.

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Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from Australia. There are 0 reviews and 0 ratings from Australia. Top reviews from other countries. Verified Purchase. This book has probably given me food for thought for the next decades. The wealth of physiological information and motor learning concepts provided here is worth gold in my opinion. However, some of the more radical statements appear to be grounded more in belief and individual bias?

For example: the author is adamant that force gains from classic powerlifts do not transfer to power and sprint performance, which contradicts a lot of empirical evidence from my own experience and other coaches'. But a few debatable points do not detract from the overall great quality of this work. One person found this helpful. As someone with a strong interest in this area, and with some knowledge of the scientific basics, I have found this book fascinating and useful.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. They are just as passionate and believe in motion improvement through the use of dynamic training methodologies. For many coaches, physical therapists and strength and conditioning trainers, Frans Bosch has changed the way we think about exercise and performance. To a large extent, he also did this for Ultimateinstability. Since Bosch was at the basis of the design and development of the first Aquabags and Aquaballs.

Strength Training and Coordination: An Integrative Approach

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Training theory has traditionally distinguished between strength, speed, agility, stamina and coordination — basic motor properties that have been seen as more or less separate factors. In particular, transfer of training cannot be understood if the five properties are treated as separate factors. This is a highly original and scientifically substantiated viewpoint that has never before been presented in a textbook. This book does not approach strength training in terms of its mechanical manifestations; instead, the author presents a model based on what is known about the underlying — especially neurological — processes. Dynamic systems theory is used to create a link between motor learning and strength training.

I recently finished the above-titled book by Frans Bosch. The book is about strength training and coordinated movement.

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One of the key issues in athletic performance and rehabilitation is the ambiguous nature of transfer; understanding how training carries over to competition. Frans Bosch has been a significant worldwide contributor and authority in this area, and Frans Bosch Systems FBS has been set up to bring this knowledge to sports and rehab professionals. Through the study of areas such as dynamic systems theory and the field of motor learning, we can begin to understand movement better than previously thought, and develop a building block approach that helps us navigate through even the most chaotic open skill environments.

Training theory has traditionally distinguished between strength, speed, agility, stamina and coordination — basic motor properties that have been seen as more or less separate factors. In particular, transfer of training cannot be understood if the five properties are treated as separate factors. This is a highly original and scientifically substantiated viewpoint that has never before been presented in a textbook. This book does not approach strength training in terms of its mechanical manifestations; instead, the author presents a model based on what is known about the underlying — especially neurological — processes. Dynamic systems theory is used to create a link between motor learning and strength training. In addition, theory is constantly translated into guidelines for practice. In this book, sport-specific strength training means coordination training under increased resistance.

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Anatomy of Agility is basically about analysis of movement in sports. The book is divided into a theoretical and a practical section. Part 1 maps out the field of high-intensity movement and the context of agility in sports, with reference to such concepts as constraint, self-organization, self-stability and the attractor-fluctuation landscape. Part 2 translates theory to practice, identifying the attractors in the various forms of agility.

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