Daniels Running Formula

Explains how to determine one's ideal training pace, provides pacing tables for individual races, suggests race strategies, and offers guidelines to protect against injury

Author: Jack Daniels

Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers

ISBN: 9780880117357

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 287

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Explains how to determine one's ideal training pace, provides pacing tables for individual races, suggests race strategies, and offers guidelines to protect against injury

Daniels Running Formula 3rd Edition

Explains how to determine an ideal training pace, provides pacing tables for individual races, suggests race strategies, and offers guidelines to protect against injury.

Author: Jack Daniels

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1450431836

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 306

View: 386

Explains how to determine an ideal training pace, provides pacing tables for individual races, suggests race strategies, and offers guidelines to protect against injury.



Daniels Running Formula

Daniels, Jack, 1933Daniels' running formula / Jack Daniels, PhD. -- Third edition. pages cm Includes index. 1. Running. 2. Running--Training. I. Title.

Author: Jack Daniels

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492584320

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 320

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Get in the best shape of your running career with the help of Daniels’ Running Formula, the book that Runner’s World magazine calls the best training book. Premier running coach Jack Daniels provides you with his legendary VDOT formula to guide you through training at exactly the right intensity to run stronger, longer, and faster. Choose a program to get in shape, target a race program, or regain conditioning after layoff or injury. Train for competition with programs for 800 meters, 1500 meters to 2 miles, cross country races, 5K to 10K, 15K to 30K, and marathon events. Each program incorporates training intensities to help you build endurance, strength, and speed. With Daniels’ Running Formula, you’ll track the time you spend at each level, train more efficiently, and optimize results. Completely updated with new chapters on altitude training, seasonal programming, and treadmill training, Daniels’ Running Formula, Third Edition, is the most comprehensive, accessible, and instantly applicable edition to date. Customizable to your current fitness level, competition goals, and schedule, the formula is the ideal solution for any race, anywhere, anytime. Whether training or competing, get the results you’re seeking every time you lace up with the workouts and programs detailed in Daniels’ Running Formula.

Mastering Running

... by permission, from J. Daniels, 2014, Daniels' running formula, 3rd ed. (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics), 84-87. Table created by Jack Daniels' Running ...

Author: Catharine Utzschneider

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492584665

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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Mastering Running, regardless of your age, optimal performance and new personal bests await. Cathy Utzschneider, highly accomplished and renowned masters runner and coach, has created the definitive guide for runners, athletes, and fitness buffs. Runners from 30 to 100 will benefit from the targeted approach that covers these aspects: • Evaluating and refining running form to improve speed and endurance • Exercises, stretches, and routines to prevent common age-related injuries • Training programs for the mile, 5K, 10K, half marathon, and full marathon • Proven strategies, used by today’s top runners, that shave seconds off your time Mastering Running contains all the advice and instruction you’d expect from an elite-level coach. With details on segmenting, front running, tapering, recovering, and fueling, Mastering Running is the one guide you’ll rely on time and again for a lifetime of serious running.

Chicago Running Guide

Training programs and advice from world - class running experts Daniels RUNNING Formula Roca 2373 Coaching legend Jack Daniels gives you everything you need ...

Author: Brenda Barrera

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736001328

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 144

View: 331

Equips runners with the information they need to enjoy Chicago's top running routes. With the 31 best training routes and nine most popular racecourses in and around the city, the 40 entries show distance, scenery, terrain, hill ratings, available facilities and tips on how to best enjoy each run.

5K and 10K Training

RUN STRONG With Run Strong you can become a much stronger overall runner by ... KEVIN BECK EDITOR Daniels Second Edition RUNNING Formula Proven programs ...

Author: Brian Clarke

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736059404

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 175

View: 147

A guide to customizing workouts for 5K and 10K training.

Runner s World

At the same time, he realizes that many runners don't plan far enough ahead to follow long-term training programs, and in Daniels Running Formula he has ...

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Page: 120

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Runner's World magazine aims to help runners achieve their personal health, fitness, and performance goals, and to inspire them with vivid, memorable storytelling.

The Complete Guide to Running

(See page 80 of Daniels' Running Formula book.) For the 3000m and longer distances, with nearly constant turnover, the slower speeds are accomplished by ...

Author: Earl W. Fee

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag

ISBN: 1841261629

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 439

View: 636

In The Complete Guide to Running, the secrets of Earl Fee, a world master's champion, are revealed that helped him achieve over 30 world records in running. This material is supported by hundreds of references. Fifteen chapters explain how to improve general physical and mental fitness with major emphasis on mental training, nutrition, physiology, inspiration, and motivation. Ten chapters reveal the how and why of running training for sprinting, middle and long distance, hurdles, and running in the pool. Athletes from 9 to 90 will benefit from this information since all are bound by the same training principles. Precautions and training are explained for the extreme young and old.

Runner s World Running on Air

Daniels, Iack. 2005. Daniels'Running Formula, Second Edition. Human Kinetics. Daws, Ron. 1977. The Self-Made Olympian. World Publications.

Author: Budd Coates

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN: 1609619196

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 288

View: 899

Renowned running coach Coates presents a revolutionary yet simple training method based on rhythmic breathing to help runners at all experience levels improve their performance, prevent injury, and experience the joy of running using a mix of accessible science, Eastern philosophy, and experience.

Luck of The Draw

... exercise physiology Started extra work as the national run coach for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Wrote the first edition of Daniels' Running Formula ...

Author: Jack Daniels

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1645598713

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

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In looking over my life, it's interesting to realize how often some luck has been involved. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay area led to learning to love the Pacific Ocean and to getting to attend Sequoia High School in Redwood City, a school that I later realized had prepared me for winning National Championships, and medals in two Olympics. Our family's move to Montana led to lots of great hunting and fishing with brother Danny, and attending the University of Montana led to Danny, brother Jerry and I all being smoke jumpers for the U.S. Forest Service. That work also prepared Jerry for successful years with the CIA in Laos and Thailand, work that earned him three CIA medals of honor. Brother Kent was Montana State Trap-shooting champ and State champ in high school wrestling. My 4 years of military service sent me to Korea where I learned about the sport of modern pentathlon, and which also sent me to a year of study in a great Sport Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Next came graduate studies at the universities of Oklahoma and Wisconsin, which also led to many outstanding years of research in exercise physiology and how to be a successful running coach. Coaching years found me starting men's track and cross-country at Oklahoma City University, National Track Coach in the country of Peru, and women's track and cross-country coach at University of Texas. Then 6 years of research with Nike, followed by 19 years coaching runners at the State University of New York in Cortland to numerous national titles. I also began coaching post-collegiate runners, several of whom competed in Olympic Games, including a Silver-Medal winner in women's marathon. However, all of these accomplishments all take second place to my marriage to Nancy Jo Scardina, who was first a great runner (Olympic Trials qualifier in the totally-different events of 1500 and marathon), then was my Assistant Coach for 25 years during which she also became the mother of our two wonderful daughters, Audra Marie and Sarah Tupper. Sarah is an opera singer in New York City and Audra a very dedicated worker at the University of Washington in Seattle. Nancy has become a Registered Nurse and is as dedicated to that profession as she was to her running career. I always envy those for whom she provides aid. Few people have had the luck I have had. God bless Nancy Jo, Audra Marie and Sarah Tupper.

Hal Higdon s Half Marathon Training

get to the half marathon, running at an 8:32 pace per mile (5:18/km). ... for how best to train,” writes Jack Daniels, PhD, in Daniels' Running Formula, ...

Author: Hal Higdon

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492585866

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 208

View: 236

Hal Higdon’s name is synonymous with running. As contributing editor of Runner’s World and best-selling author, he has helped countless runners achieve their distance goals. Now, he’s created the definitive guide on today’s most popular distance, the 13.1-mile half marathon. Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Training is everything you wanted to know about running the half marathon, including where to begin, what to focus on, how to pace yourself, how to avoid injury, how to track your progress, how to stay the course, and how to improve. Whether this is your first or fiftieth half marathon, there is a plan for you. Inside you’ll find more than 15 customizable programs, ranging from novice to advanced (you’ll even find a walking-only plan), as well as proven strategies, race-day tips, and motivation from half-marathoners around the globe. From day 1 to mile 13.1, Hal will guide, encourage, and pace you to your goal. Other guides might help you complete the half, but only one will introduce you to the joys of running. Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Training is a book you’ll return to for guidance and inspiration for a lifetime of running.

High performance Sports Conditioning

Daniels ' running formula . Champaign , IL : Human Kinetics . Daniels , J. N. Oldenridge , F. Nagle , and B. White . 1978. Differences and changes in ...

Author: Bill Foran

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736001632

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 367

View: 362

This guide starts with a conditioning programme before tailoring the training exercises and drills to the development of sport-specific performances. The training programme is designed for peak performance during the competitive season.

Running Science

CHAPTER Increasing VOzmax ost runners and running coaches believe that it is ... In his book Daniels' Running Formula, coach and exercise physiologist.

Author: Owen Anderson

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492581372

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 608

View: 391

More than 50 years ago, New Zealand’s Arthur Lydiard started using terms like base training, periodization, and peaking. His U.S. counterpart, Bill Bowerman, brought Lydiard’s term for what until then had been called roadwork, or jogging, to the States. Soon after, the 1970s running boom started, spurred by exercise-advocating research from the growing fields of exercise science and sports medicine and from enthusiasts such as Jim Fixx, author of The Complete Book of Running. One of Bowerman’s former runners at the University of Oregon, Phil Knight, saw to it that those millions of new runners had swoosh-adorning footwear designed specifically for their sport. The pace of knowledge enhancement and innovation has, in fact, been so brisk through the years that even highly informed runners could be excused for not keeping up, but no longer. Running Science is a one-of-a-kind resource: • An easily comprehended repository of running research • A wealth of insights distilled from great sport and exercise scientists, coaches, and runners • A do-it-right reference for a host of techniques and tactics • An array of the most credible and widely used training principles and programs • Perhaps most of all, a celebration of the latest science-based know-how of running, now truly the world’s most popular sport Running Research News and Training Update editor Owen Anderson presents this comprehensive work in a compelling way for runners. A PhD and coach himself, Anderson has both a great enthusiasm for sharing what scientific studies offer the running community and a keen sense of what’s really important for today’s informed runners to know.


The Athlete s Clock

Jack Daniels, who was introduced earlier in this chapter, thinks so. ... So, according to his renowned book Daniels' Running Formula, a 2-2 rhythm is ...

Author: Thomas W. Rowland

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492582034

Category: Science

Page: 232

View: 302

The Athlete’s Clock: How Biology and Time Affect Sport Performance offers an engaging, interdisciplinary consideration of some of the most compelling questions in sport and exercise science. This unique text takes a broad look at the physiological clock, offering students, researchers, coaches, and athletes a unique approach to understanding how various aspects of time affect sport performance. The Athlete’s Clock explores the ways in which time and its relationship to athletic effort can optimize sport performance. Readers can investigate challenging questions such as these: •If physiological responses to training vary rhythmically throughout the day, what is the optimal time of day for training? •If a coach thinks that a high stroke count leads to a better time in a particular swim event, should the athlete go with it? Or is it better to stick to a more intuitively normal cadence? •Do endurance athletes consciously control their pacing, or are they under the control of unconscious processes within the central nervous system? •In what ways do aging and rhythmic biological variations over time control athletic performance? •Can athletes use cognitive strategies to subdue or overcome limits imposed by biological factors out of their control? Readers will find information on the mechanisms by which time influences physiological function—such as running speeds and muscle activation—and how those mechanisms can be used in extending the limits of motor activity. Chapter introductions cue readers to the ideas addressed in the chapter, and sidebars throughout present amusing or unusual examples of sport and timing within various contexts. In addition, take-home messages at the end of each chapter summarize important findings and research that readers may apply in their own lives. Addressing one of the most intriguing questions in sports, a conversational interview with athlete development expert, anthropologist, and sport scientist Bob Malina covers the timely topic of sport identification and talent development. The interview is an engaging discussion of how and when talent identification should take place and how talent development for young, promising athletes might proceed. The text also considers how time throughout one’s life span alters motor function, particularly in the later years. The Athlete’s Clock: How Biology and Time Affect Sport Performance blends physiological, psychological, and philosophical perspectives to provide an intelligent and whimsical look at the effects of timing in sport and exercise. This text seeks to provoke thought and further research that look at the relationship between biology, time, and performance as well as an understanding of and appreciation for the intricacies of human potential.

Smart Marathon Training

Run Your Best Without Running Yourself Ragged Jeff Horowitz ... Daniels' Running Formula, 2nd ed. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Eyestone, Ed. 2007.

Author: Jeff Horowitz

Publisher: VeloPress

ISBN: 1937716406

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

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Old-school marathon training plans ask runners to crank out 70 to 100 miles a week. It's no wonder those who make it to the start line are running ragged. Smart Marathon Training maps out a healthier, more economical approach to training that emphasizes quality over quantity. This innovative program eliminates junk miles, paring down training to three essential runs per week and adding a dynamic strength and cross-training program to build overall fitness. Runners will train for their best performance in less time and avoid the injuries, overtraining, and burnout that come from running too much. Smart Marathon Training builds up a runner's body to resist injury. Runners gain the strength they need to run long using functional exercises that target the hips, glutes, and quads. Running is a full-body sport, so this training program also builds a strong core and upper body to avoid injuries that begin above the waist. No one fakes a marathon or half-marathon--everyone has to do the work. But Smart Marathon Training replaces long, grinding miles with low-impact cross-training. Horowitz outlines a cycling plan to complement run workouts, boosting base fitness while saving runners' bodies for their best runs. With more than 75 detailed exercises plus six easy-to-follow training plans for half- and full marathons, Smart Marathon Training will get you to the start line feeling refreshed and ready to run your best race yet.

Faster Road Racing

See general aerobic runs age-graded performances 134-137, 135ft aging issues ... 95-96 D Daniels, Jack 16, 27 Daniels' Running Formula (Daniels) 27 258 Index.

Author: Pete D. Pfitzinger

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1492584908

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 280

View: 349

Renowned running authority, coach, and best-selling author Pete Pfitzinger teams with Philip Latter, senior writer for Running Times, in this must-have training guide for the most popular race distances, including the 5K, 10K, and half marathon. Faster Road Racing: 5K to Half Marathon presents easy-to-follow programs proven to give you an edge in your next race. You’ll discover detailed plans for race-specific distances as well as expert advice on balancing training and recovery, cross-training, nutrition, tapering, and training over age 40. And for serious runners who compete in numerous races throughout the year, Pfitzinger’s multi-race, multi-distance training plans are invaluable. Faster Road Racing is your all-inclusive resource on running your fastest at distances of 5K, 8K to 10K, 15K to 10 miles, and the half marathon.

Healthy Intelligent Training

Recovery, Nutrition And Body Therapies Recovery from Long Runs Oiling the ... Short Recovery, and VO 2 Max Time Trials Daniels' Running Formula Tables How ...

Author: Keith Livingstone

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Sport

ISBN: 184126900X

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 280

View: 573

Healthy Intelligent Training is for all serious middle distance athletes and coaches. It is based on the proven principles of New Zealand's Arthur Lydiard, the Runner's World 'Coach of the Century', who trained a motley band of neighborhood kids into feared Olympic medalists, and kept on doing it, around the world. These principles have since guided athletes from many nations to world records and Olympic Gold medals. Now you can plan your own campaigns, and understand exactly what you're doing at every step. This book can be used and understood by everyone. A former national-level runner and race winner over track, cross-country, and road in New Zealand and Australia, Dr. Livingstone, a coach and chiropractor, has joined forces with fellow enthusiasts, Olympic-level coaches, and Olympic medalists to provide a simple, logical template for you to plan your own winning programs. You'll be taken through each successive layer of the training pyramid, and understand what type of work fits in at each level leading to peak performance. You will understand the physiology very clearly and simply so that you will know which workouts will help, and which will hinder.