It’s time for a deep dive into training. This week begins a multi-part series on the development of an athlete. We start with the intake process and deciding where to go with the athlete, and move on to what kind of training the athlete should do. For this week, we focus on the 5k and up, the distance events.
We walk you through:

  • Event Demand + Athlete Characteristics = Training Program.
  • How to find the weak link in the chain, and then what to do about it?
  • Periodization based on the individual athlete.
  • Setting a foundation with pure speed and general endurance.

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Episode 116: Endurance Development- Part 1
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