Marko Mrak

Marko Mrak

Marko Mrak contributed to the professional side of trainings, calculations, estimations and especially “artificial intelligence” – how the calculations work, how the trainings are made and on which input data are based. Marko is a top-class conditioning and fitness coach (Faculty of Kinesiology, Zagreb and Faculty of Sports, Ljubljana) working in top-class sport. In the last 15 years he’s made impressive achievements: a silver medal with Montenegrin women’s handball national team in the 2012 Olympics in London, a gold medal in the European Handball Championship in 2012 and in 2014 they took fourth place. He won the Women’s Handball Champions League three times (with Krim Ljubljana in 2002 and with Budućnost Podgorica in 2012 and 2015), broke the world record in swimming in 2002 and won eight European championship titles with Peter Mankoč, and many more medals with different top-class athletes. srebrno olimpijsko medaljo v Londonu 2012, zlato na evropskem prvenstvu 2012 in četrto mesto 2014, trikrat je z rokometašicami osvojil Ligo prvakinj (2002: Krim Ljubljana, 2012 in […]

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Marko Mrak

Marko Mrak

Who is Marko Mrak Marko Mrak contributed to the professional side of trainings, calculations, estimations and especially “artificial intelligence” – how the calculations work, how the trainings are made and on which input data arebased. Marko is a top-class conditioning and fitness coach (Faculty of Kinesiology, Zagreb and Faculty of Sports, Ljubljana) working in top-class sport. In the last 15 years he’s made impressive achievements: a […]

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PlanGoRun our challenge

PlanGoRun naš izziv

The beginning is always difficult …I travel a lot and when I’m up in the sky, I’m always thinking about new challenges and feats. And that’s how this article was written, above the clouds – not with head in the clouds – because sometimes one has to fly high to go far. For the last few years, my biggest challenge is PlanGoRun, an app for runners, designed to help both the beginners and more experienced runners to improve their performance. The first version of PGR […]

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Why runners always talk about running

Zakaj se tekači vedno pogovarjamo o teku

In the mid-1990s, as a young runner, I started to compete in running races. They were less common then comparing to nowadays and the participation was scarce, almost exclusive. As an inexperienced rookie I’d started to learn tricks and secrets from the old timers, who’d move from race to race contending for prestigious local laurels. This fun and interesting company […]

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15 tips for runners

15 nasvetov za tekače

… and for those who would like to become one 1. Running is a primary movement, but that DOES NOT mean everyone knows how to run. That’s why it’s recommended to refresh knowledge in a “running school”. 2. Training is a stress and stress causes the body to adapt. If the stress occurs too often, the body cannot adapt to the high stress levels, which manifests itself as injury and fatigue. 3. The optimal running technique affects the optimal energy […]

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