periodization


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periodization

(ˌpɪərɪədaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

periodisation

n
(Historical Terms) the act or process of dividing history into periods
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Violence, Periodization and Definition of the Cultural Revolution: A Case Study of Two Deaths by the Red Guards
His great contribution to the sport is tactical periodization, an approach to management that is often characterized " much to his evident frustration " as a coaching style.
Periodization is a core scientific concept of training theory and methodology, and is widely acclaimed as being beneficial in exercise prescription, both for performance and health purposes (Issurin, 2008; Naclerio et al.
Physical training periodization is recognized as an effective method for the development of athletic performance (17).
Notably his prose fiction will be the focus of this article, in which we propose a quantitative method to delineate a periodization of Beckett's oeuvre.
Topics like overtraining, injury prevention and rehabilitation, athletics in youth, motor control learning and periodization are such examples.
I'd like to share information on periodization training as a sample of the information presented during the two-day summit.
Istvan Balyi, who is acknowledged worldwide as the expert in long term athlete development and the periodization of training plans, will be speaking at the seminar.
Using Hegel and dialectics, however, Cole successfully shows how periodization itself distorts reality.
Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy.
to consider the necessity of periodization for IS assessment and examine method on domestic case of Ukrainian IS.
Among the topics are the perils of periodization, Byzantium meets the West at the Council of Ferara-Florence 1438-39, medieval monasticism in Sicily and South Italy, the presence of spoken Greek in 16th-century Venice, and monetary cross-currents of the 12th through the 15th centuries.