periodize

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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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In an exciting change from previous years, each player will develop a periodised programme that is suitable for their stage of development to ensure they have a better opportunity to learn and grow not only as table tennis players but also as people.
The vertical element of volume is all too often abstract and dematerialised; the emphasis on materiality that is typically used to rectify this excess of abstraction tends to reproduce a sense of matter as fixed and grounded; and the temporality that is employed to reintroduce 'motion' to matter has the unintended effect of signalling a periodised sense of time that minimises the chaotic underpinnings and experiences of place.
My sta" and I have a periodised programme set out from day one Right the way through the season," Rodgers told the ECHO.
Beyond this, the very idea of an antithesis between 'contemporary' and 'historical' rests on the kind of rigidly periodised view of art history that has long stymied the subject.
If time is not linear but, say for example, circular or multi-layered, then it cannot be periodised.
The principles behind periodised training are solid and have been shown to elevate performance in a variety of sports, including tennis.
24] In this study, the 1RM bench press remained constant for backs and forwards pre- and in-season, despite the players being prescribed a periodised strength-and-conditioning programme during this time.
My training regime centres around a periodised routine using kettlebells, barbells and dumbells and in between I do some boxing or martial arts.
Adas periodised the development of the delta into three phases: 'the early phase of growth, 1852-1907'; 'the decades of transition, 1908-1930'; and 'the years of socio-economic crises, 1931-1941'.
Periodised Exercise Programmes: Subjects performed a five-minute warm-up consisting of walking at less than 100 beats per minute (bpm) and concluded with stretching and a five-minute cool-down consisting of walking at less than 100bpm.
While this designation raises interesting questions, Lewis Williams does not indicate in the course of his analysis whether he is suggesting that /Xam stories should be periodised and, by extension, that myth is a type of discourse that is historically situated, or whether he is referring to the colonial context in which the story was collected.