Jan Olbrecht of GlaxoSmithKline, London (GSK). Read 17 publications, and contact Jan Olbrecht on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. The Science of Winning: Planning, Periodizing and Optimizing Swim Training. Jan Olbrecht. from: N/A. Top of Page. My Account · Billing · Shipping · Return. Dr. Jan Olbrecht emphatically stated as he finished up his afternoon presentation at the School of Thought Clinic, hosted by Matt Kredich at the University of.

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Rowing is an interesting event in terms of conditioning. In Inge de Bruijn broke world records over 10 times in the free and butterfly.

Dr. Jan Olbrecht

Throughout the weekend, Fiona will help coaches understand the structure of the myofascial slings and the relavance to teaching and correcting stroke mechanics. The other part that went with this is I read a great book. The second section provides a comprehensive overview of planning and periodization.

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Jan Olbrecht’s Book, The Science of Winning on the training of athletes

Fiona is one of the most respected physiotherapists in the world. But he talks a lot about some general training categories Thanks for olbrechr us about the problem.

At the London Olympics Ranomi Kromowidjojo broke the Olympic records in the 50 m and m freestyle. Jacob Iversen is currently reading it Jul 12, Jan Olbrecht will be back in Knoxvile for a fourth time on Apr 6 and 7, He will tell you what is in the black box that produced a certain lactate result. Open Preview See a Problem? In the and Olympics and the period in between swimmers Jan has advised set world and Olympic records.


In the m freestyle he became the only man to ever swim the m free faster than 48 seconds I did a clinic in Canada, a guy named Jan Olbrecht. However, the principles of training covered are applicable to nearly every sport. It’s very rare that a book can mean so much for professional sporting; Prof. Great conversation provided courtesy of all attending coaches and clinicians!

Jan 02, Lborghom rated it it was amazing. Wouda, Mark Veens and van den Hoogenband also won medals at Hong Kong and the Dutch men won the free relay and placed second in the m relay there. Light food and drinks will be provided, courtesy of Speedo. Osama rated it it was amazing Mar 01, Sports Resource Group U. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

While all this sounds very academic and theoretical, Dr. A must-have for all coaches of all levels that aim to improve competitive performance.

John Reich marked it as to-read Aug 04, One other time was second in the world 50 m freestyle and the other was fourth in the world m freestyle. Jan will explain the training and physiological paradigm that is currently being used by the National Teams of Ireland, Scotland, Australia, the Netherlands, and Belgium, as well as coaches of Olympians in the US, France, and Great Britain.


Events Friday, April 6 — Saturday, April 7 each day will be the same format 7: Gunnar rated it really liked it Apr 26, The only other country with more medals was the United States with Yannick marked it as to-read Feb 12, Robin Rampaer marked it as to-read Aug 04, Kindle Editionpages.

Ian Goss rated it it was amazing Jul 01, Rachel has worked with some of the most obrecht athletes in the world today, including NBA All stars, professional Rugby and football players, cyclists, gymnasts, and swimmers.

Jan also works with world champion motocross racer, Joel Smets. Mason Calhoun marked it as to-read Feb 28, Refresh and try again. Be the first to ask a question about The Science of Winning.

The Science of Winning

William Ritter marked it as to-read Jul 26, Michael rated it really liked it Oobrecht 20, In rowing Jan works with the Dutch team as both the men’s and women’s 8’s won medals. In all events athletes which Jan advises won 28 medals in Athens and had two 4th place finishes.

The Dutch women also won a bronze medal in the 4 x free relay. Jan believes in careful planning and in altitude training to optimize the athlete’s conditioning and performance.