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 […]

“What’s Different About Training In Kenya?”

By |2014-12-22T18:54:37-05:00December 22nd, 2014|Training tips|

By Janet Bawcom It’s a question I get a lot. “What’s different about the training in Kenya?” Recent doping news aside, when I look deeper and give it some real thought, I see two things that really separate the training in Kenya from the training elsewhere: Hills and Fartleks. I’ll start with the hills,and my […]

Jack Daniels: Integrating Hill Training Into Your Marathon Plan

By |2011-03-29T11:44:31-04:00March 29th, 2011|Ask A Coach Responses, Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training tips|

Question: I would like to know your recommendation for integrating hill training into a marathon program. Specifically: When to start/end training (at what point in a typical 24 week cycle?) What format of hill training (true Lydiard hill circuits (bound up, recover @ top, stride down, 3X150M strides, repeat), normal :60-:30 second hill reps with […]

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