Daniels' Running Formula
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 304 pages, 2nd Edition|
|Other Information: ||25 illustrations, 45 photographs|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 November 2004|
Recommended by "Runner's World magazine as "the best training book" by "the world's greatest coach," "Daniels' Running Formula provides an expert training and racing blueprint for dedicated runners of all abilities. Containing a complete, updated system, this new edition simplifies the physiology of training to facilitate every runner's quest for peak performance. Daniels includes four programs for developing race fitness and five programs targeting specific distance events from 800 meters to the marathon. The programs are based on Daniels' scientifically based VDOT formula, which allows runners to train at precisely the right pace and intensity. These programs are similar to the ones used by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training (TNT) program--the world's largest endurance sports training program, for which Daniels is the U.S. national run coach.
About the Author
Jack Daniels is the head cross-country and track coach at University of New York at Cortland. He is revered as one of the top coaches in the world for his training research and coaching success with athletes of all levels, including his work with the U.S. Olympic Team and many elite international runners. He was named by Runner's World as the world's best coach and this book was selected as their top training book on the market.
""This book is a fine example of the perfection that the running world has come to expect from Jack Daniels. Well thought out, concise, and purposeful, it embodies the training programs of time-proven principles that enhanced my own running performances. Simply put, Daniels' formula works. This book is a must read for every runner and coach interested in achieving peak performance."
|Publisher: ||Human Kinetics Europe Ltd|
|Dimensions: ||25.35 x 17.83 x 1.85 centimetres (0.48 kg)|