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Breathing Rhythm For Runners

By |2018-10-02T16:39:58-04:00October 2nd, 2018|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training tips|

By Dr. Jack Daniels I strongly believe that breathing rhythm is closely associated with stride rate, and this association is not exclusive to runners. In fact, in some sports the act of breathing is determined very clearly by the rate at which the legs and/or arms are moving. Take the example of swimmers; here breathing […]

Try Back-To-Back Quality Days When Training In-Season

By |2018-01-25T14:40:29-05:00January 25th, 2018|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training tips|

By Dr. Jack Daniels Many coaches ask how to organize Quality training during weeks they are racing. Sometimes you just have to try different things to determine what’s best for your runners. First, I like to always have two Easy days before a race. If it’s a really important race then your last Quality workout should be […]

Setbacks To Success

By |2017-03-13T14:20:43-04:00March 13th, 2017|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training tips|

By Dr. Jack Daniels We hear a lot about “overtraining,” whatever that is. Some people call it “staleness,” others just say you are in a state of “athletic depression,” or, that you are “over-worked.” Researchers all over the country; no, all over the world, are trying to figure out how to identify overtraining and how […]

Dr. Jack Daniels: Utilizing The Treadmill To Help Prepare For Boston

By |2016-11-30T12:35:44-05:00November 30th, 2016|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training tips|

[Editor’s Note:  The key to training effectively for the Boston Marathon is how well you strategically incorporate undulating terrain in your workouts. But what if you don’t have easy access to undulating terrain? We asked the master on how a runner can utilize the treadmill to help prepare for the course at Boston.] By Dr. Jack Daniels […]

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