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Getting The Most Out Of Your Threshold Training

By | July 23rd, 2020|Training Talk|

By Dr. Jack Daniels The ideal intensity of Threshold (T) training is spending time at the individual runner’s lactate threshold without losing the body’s capability of clearing blood lactate at the rate at which it is produced; and without an accumulation above the individual’s blood-lactate threshold. I was lucky enough to spend a year studying [...]

What’s Your Threshold Pace?

By | December 5th, 2017|Training Talk|

Threshold pace training is great for improving a runner's endurance, or the ability to endure a greater and greater intensity of effort for a longer period of time. The key is training at the right intensity as speed might change due to various conditions (wind, hills, temperature, etc.). If a runner understands what training right [...]

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