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Peaking The Endurance Runner For Optimal Performance
Article By: Jack Ransone, Ph.D.
For an athlete to compete at the highest level achievable, it takes a fine understanding of the energy systems and the relationship between these systems and training methodology. The last three weeks of the competitive season, known as the peaking or unloading phase, it is desirable to have the body in the best physical and mental shape of the year to run that key race.

Goals For Coaching Distance Runners
Article By Ken Grace:
Chabot College, Hayward California
Goals for Coaching Distance Runners
1. The athlete improves
2. The athlete learns how to train
3. The athlete leaves wanting to run
4. 3% performance improvement each season

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