Athletes on VDOT O2 can now access and view all of their current VDOT paces and equivalent performances in one view. Click Paces in the bottom nav then swipe left to view and scroll down to view all of your VDOT Equivalents.
This table is for VDOT adjustments based on time away from running. As you improve your fitness with training, your VDOT improves, as do the various training intensities. The same thing applies when your fitness deteriorates due to a setback. If you haven't engaged in cross-training, multiply the FVDOT-1 value in the table by your [...]
The VDOT Calculator is an amazing invention in how it allows athletes and coaches to quickly identify appropriate training paces based on the purpose of the workout (e.g. improve VO2max, economy, endurance, etc.) In order to effectively apply VDOT the athlete and coach can't just follow paces blindly, they must first understand the purpose of each type [...]
I'm sure you've all heard by now that Nike is currently undergoing a project to facilitate a sub-2-hour marathon in the near future. Recently, they did a half marathon test run on a Formula One race track. Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya was the fastest runner of the day at 59:17, but according to Alex Hutchinson of Runner's [...]
It has been four years and almost 4 million calculations since the official release of Jack Daniels’ VDOT Calculator online. In that time three new versions have followed for your convenience: You Choose IFrame (embed code available on the ride sidebar) iOS Android […]