Today I am elated to introduce a new participant to The Seminar, Dr. Viktor Seluyanov. Viktor Nikolaevich Seluyanov was born in 1946. He is a PhD and professor in the Department of Physical Culture at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, a state research University. He holds degrees in engineering, pedagogy and biology, and his areas of scientific interest are bio-mechanics, physiology of sports, and sports theory. He is the author of 16 monographs and textbooks, and of more than 300 scientific articles. By creating a new field in scientific study–“Sports Adaptology”, Dr Seluyanov has successfully developed and applied relevant technologies in the training of athletes on national and club teams in football, hockey, judo, Sambo, wrestling, skating, skiing, Alpine skiing, swimming, orienteering, athletics and other sports. He is also on the Scientific Board of the Russian Olympic Committee.
JD: Dr. Seluyanov, please discuss with us the mistakes you see made by strength and conditioning coaches in the United States and around the world, and what you feel should be done differently/how to correct these issues
VS: The fundamental error in the development of training processes in Russia, the USA, and other countries of the world is in using an empirical approach combined with a low level of understanding of the adaptation processes in the organism of athletes. A successful approach to training requires a comprehensive and systemic approach to the analysis of immediate and long-term adaptation processes, with the utilization of mathematical modelling.
To improve the level of their qualifications, coaches must be familiar with my publications, which outline the theoretical foundations of sports adaptology and technology, and their application in sports.
JD: Discuss your experience working with the preparation of athletes please.
VS: My experience includes working with Olympic champions in football (soccer), skiing, and the biathlon, as well as working with winners of the World Cup in the modern pentathlon, cycling, Sambo, judo, field hockey, and ice hockey.
JD: What will our attendees expect from your presentation here on April 25th, 2013?
VS: At the lecture attendees will learn about new approaches to creating a training process that is based on biological patterns of adaptation to the training load. They will also learn about the models of primary biological systems, bio-energetic muscle activity with regard to physiological patterns, methods of controlling physical preparation, training methods that produce hyper-plasia of myofibers and mitochondria.
A science-based theoretical approach to the training process will significantly expand the creative possibilities of the coach. This is the message I hope to share with all of those in attendance.
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