Science on the Run: Drills, What Are They Good For?

By |2015-07-08T17:16:56-04:00July 8th, 2015|Biomechanics|

Linking current research to running By Nikki Reiter It’s likely you’ve heard that running drills will improve your technique to make you a more efficient runner. Some coaches claim that running drills are effective by way of simulating individual running phases, seeking to correct technique. However, research has shown that the method of performing those […]

What Is The Purpose Of Training At 5k Race Pace?

By |2015-05-27T15:03:41-04:00May 27th, 2015|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Coaching Clinic, Running Calculator, Training tips|

“I’m not against it, but I have a hard time justifying the physiological benefits of running at 5k or 10k race pace. Now for an excellent runner 5k race pace is right around Interval pace.” – Coach Daniels For instance, if you’re a 23-minute 5k runner your race pace is 7:24 and your Interval or […]

What’s Your Interval Pace?

By |2013-02-05T17:21:44-05:00February 5th, 2013|Running Calculator, Training tips|

Many coaches use the term “interval” as a catch-all term for different types of workouts that call for periods of faster running separated by easy running. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Daniels’ Running Formula Jack has assigned a very specific meaning and purpose for Interval training. Training at your interval pace is […]

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