Daniels' Running Formula-4th Edition
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Building upon his revolutionary VDOT system, Daniels incorporates new insights gained from studying participants in his unique Run SMART Project. You’ll be guided through the components that make the training formula work and then learn different types of training—including treadmill training, fitness training, and training at altitude or in other challenging environments—along with age-related modifications for runners from ages 6 to 80.
Everything comes together with expert advice on event-specific training ranging—for runs ranging from 800 meters to ultradistance events and triathlons. You will find advice on setting up your own seasonal plan, or you can follow one of Daniels’ 31 proven training plans and workouts. You’ll even find four fitness running plans, from novice level to elite level, to get in shape or regain conditioning after injury.
Join the thousands of runners who have relied on Jack Daniels to help them reach their peak running performance. Using the programs outlined in Daniels’ Running Formula, you too can achieve the results you seek every time you train and race.
AudienceDedicated runners of all distances—from 800 meters to ultraevents and triathlons—and their coaches.
Chapter 1. Essentials of Running Success
Chapter 2. Training Principles and Tips
Chapter 3. Physiological and Personal Training Profiles
Chapter 4. Types of Training and Intensities
Chapter 5. VDOT System of Training
Chapter 6. Environment- and Altitude-Specific Training
Chapter 7. Treadmill Training
Chapter 8. Fitness Training
Chapter 9. Training Breaks and Supplemental Training
Part II. Applying the Formula to Competitive Events
Chapter 10. Season-Tailored Training
Chapter 11. 800 Meters
Chapter 12. 1,500 Meters to 2 Miles
Chapter 13. 5K and 10K
Chapter 14. Cross Country
Chapter 15. 15K to 30K
Chapter 16. Marathon
Chapter 17. Ultradistance
Chapter 18. Triathlon
Appendix: Time and Pace Conversions
—Amby Burfoot, 1968 Boston Marathon Winner and Former Editor of Runner’s World
Sample running program from Daniels’ Running Formula
The basic laws of running according to Jack Daniels
This is a science based book on running. He has several detailed training plans. I am using one now.