Basic Training Principles for Middle and Long-Distance Running John Davis

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Published: June 25th 2015

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Basic Training Principles for Middle and Long-Distance Running  by  John Davis

Basic Training Principles for Middle and Long-Distance Running by John Davis
June 25th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 17 pages | ISBN: | 7.25 Mb

Rome, 1960. World record holder Roger Moens headlined an impressive field in the men’s 800m final at the Olympic Games. At the gun, Moens led with a fast pace, and by 600m, the lead pack had thinned to five runners. It looked to be a sure victoryMoreRome, 1960. World record holder Roger Moens headlined an impressive field in the men’s 800m final at the Olympic Games. At the gun, Moens led with a fast pace, and by 600m, the lead pack had thinned to five runners.

It looked to be a sure victory for the Belgian. But then, something curious happened...So begins Basic Training Principles for Middle and Long-Distance Running, a short booklet which gives you an introduction into the structure of a proper training program through the eyes of Arthur Lydiards legendary training methods, first described in 1962. This booklet is short, gripping, informative, and written at a level which even complete novices can understand.

It is designed to be an introductory lesson in fundamental training methods for newly-minted competitive runners.This booklet was written to get young, promising high school runners eager to embark on a training journey and to set them on the right track for long term development, but any runner, young or old, newbie or veteran, can gain something from Basic Training Principles.



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