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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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.
Fortunately the editors have included Bryan Cuevas's insightful article, "Some Reflections on the Periodization of Tibetan History," which gives an overview of the multiplicity of periodization schemes that have been used to divide up the history of Tibet into manageable chunks.
Within this context of historiographical periodization, the text itself was a tool for reflection and change, as writers used their literary production to bring the Renaissance to Spain.
Progressive Adaptive Resistance Training(TM) (PART) is a ground-breaking new system founded upon generally accepted exercise principles like periodization and load-bearing resistance training.
As such, the periodization seems perfectly legitimate.
Topics of interest to the obedience and agility competitor will include: importance of fitness in preparation for the competition; improving your dog's performance in the obedience ring using specific strengthening and body awareness exercises; introduction to using periodization for conditioning and training to maximize your dog's performance at key events; exercises to improve balance and body awareness which affect the dog's performance.
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.
The diversity of methodological approach of the essays here published complements the different periodization and subjects analyzed by the authors.
He claims that the trio launched a "second golden age of American horror" (the first being the Universal cycle of the 1930s) during a long 1970s, a periodization familiar to anyone who has read Robin Wood.
Training periodization has been considered as an important strategy to improve the performance of athletes in several sports (Issurin, 2008; 2010).