2021 Recap Statistics

By | January 7th, 2022|Uncategorized|

As we turned the page on 2021, we flicked through our digital abacus to snag a few noteworthy stats to share with V.O2 users. All of these numbers are compiled from users syncing their GPS data with our app. The top performances were gathered from 800-meters to the marathon distance. Coming in at just over [...]

V.O2 By The Numbers

By | December 30th, 2021|Uncategorized|

In the spirit of the yearly recap, we’ve gathered some annual stats from the V.O2 community. The numbers are fun to poke through and here are some of the highlights. As of this blog post, there have been over 2.4 million synced runs on V.O2 in 2021. Of those 2.4 million synced runs, just under [...]

Celebrating The Journey

By | December 2nd, 2021|Uncategorized|

Our mission is simple: make the world faster one runner at a time. The past 18 months have been difficult, but this community has stuck together to stay true to that mission. Whether participating in virtual racing or stacking up consistent training to be ready for when racing came back to life, the V.O2 community [...]

Everything You Need To Know About Hiring A Running Coach

By | December 2nd, 2020|Uncategorized|

Jack shared his tips on how to hire a coach and what to expect. You can read the entire article on runnersathletics.com. There are five main reasons that runners decide to hire coaches. They want to: -Understand what kind of training is appropriate to achieve their goals (including running and cross training): how much, how [...]

‘Happy With Yet Another PR Using The VDOT Methodology’

By | November 13th, 2019|Uncategorized|

VDOT Coach Rowan Jones PRs in Indianapolis. He has now dropped over 1-hour from his first marathon back in 2012. Since then Rowan has also gotten VDOT Certified and begun sharing his experience and training with other athletes on our coaching platform. I hit nearly all of my training that I set at VDOT 60 [...]

A Good Coach

By | October 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|

"A good coach understands athletes as individuals. A good coach produces beneficial reactions to training, creates positive race results, and transforms the athletes into better runners (and, one hopes, better human beings)." - Dr. Jack Daniels

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