Tag Archives: quality training

Stamina in the Marathon

Here is an excellent question in from the UK: So, here am I, a 3:08 marathoner wanting to go sub-3. I’ve run 10 marathons, so presumably I don’t need more endurance, I need more stamina, which I’ll get from doing … Continue reading

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Adult Summer Running Camp 2011

OK, well this is rewarding as well as unexpected… yet hoped for. I have heard loud and clear from just about every attendee from the July 2010 Elevate Running ┬áCamp I held @ Northern Arizona University. What exactly did they … Continue reading

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Water Training – aka Aqua-jogging & Aqua-running

This is the first of several posts on information gathered at the USATF Podium Education Project in Las Vegas. Like last year, this was a conference with coaches and scientists/researchers of the best of the best – Olympic level athletes. … Continue reading

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Using Time Trials to Improve Running

Club member, Jimmy submitted this question: You’ve mentioned in past articles that 300m sprint times are a good indicator of racing performance. How can 300m time trials [ED. – time trials in general?] be used for long distance training purposes? … Continue reading

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What is a “quality” paced workout?

A reader and club member, Jimmy asks: What is the definition of “Quality” when referring to “Quality Workouts”? Is it basically a pace fast enough that all important “thresholds” for competitive running are improved? There can be several answers but … Continue reading

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