I’ve decided to post some writings I’ve done on a couple training aspects. I’ll try and post more periodically and hopefully they help some people out. If you have any questions, e-mail me or leave them under the comments section at the end. The idea behind the following articles is to look at a couple…

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I n the last post, I discussed the use of intervals in training and how intervals have been misconstrued to mean “anaerobic” training, no matter what.  That is not the case as it obviously depends on the manipulation of the interval workout.  The take away message was that you could manipulate at an interval workout…

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A coaches guide to all things training.

What workouts do what? How should you periodize training? How do you peak? The steps for creating a training plan. How do you improve the Lactate Threshold? What supplements work?

This is my personal reference sheet I utilize to make training and coaching decisions. All the fluff is cut out and only what matters is left. I created it as a reference guide for myself and my athletes and am now passing it along to you. This document has been a decade in the making and is designed to “cut the fat” and get down to what actually matters.

 

49 pages

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VO2max Lactate Threshold Maximum Lactate Steady State Critical Velocity/Power What’s the point of the above? You may answer that they explain a physiological phenomenon. VO2max is when oxygen consumption plateaus. Lactate Threshold is a marker where lactate goes from a steady state or slow trickle of increasing lactate to a flood. Critical Velocity is the…

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In episode 102 of the On Coaching Podcast we take on the never-ending argument over volume versus intensity of training. We go back into the history books to look at the poster children of high volume training and high-intensity training to try to get to the root of the argument. A few key takeaways include:…

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We all know the story of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Two bicycle mechanics who conquered the seemingly impossible, flight. But how did two mechanics, without a college education, without financial backing beat others to the punch? A comparison to their US rival, Samuel Langley, provides some clues. Langley, the head of the Smithsonian at the…

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