Daniels' running formula

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Human Kinetics, 1998 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Coaching legend Jack Daniels gives you everything you need to put together a complete program for training and racing: Daniels' VDOT formula for determining your ideal training pace; four comprehensive phases of training and how to customize them to fit your individual schedule; pacing tables and detailed programs for 1500 to 3000 meters, 5K to 15K, half-marathon, and marathon; winning race strategies; and intensity guidelines to prevent overtraining and injury.

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Great insight, tough workouts. - Goodreads
Complicated serious advice for the runner. - Goodreads
Good reference for runners of ALL levels - Goodreads
Good insights into running. - Goodreads
They should have put more focus on readability. - Goodreads
Great reference book. - Goodreads

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User Review  - John Rivera - Goodreads

This is one of the best running books that I've come across. I've had a difficult time discarding the old notions like "add 10% a week" or "40 miles a week or more for marathon training" but Jack ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nikita Pchelin - Goodreads

Perhaps a good book for coaches, but not so much for aspiring runners -- too technical. Read full review



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Coach of the Peruvian National Track and Field team for one year.

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