They are 2 different things.
so just to make sure I get the terminology right (English is certainly not my first or second language). Lactate tresshold training for 800m runners is the same as VO2max? The training regime describes seems to imply this. If there is a difference, is there someone willing to explain?
AFAIR he said that, of all the distance studies done, the one showing the greatest gains had people training once a week at 3000 pace and once a week at tempo pace.
In Owen Anderson's new book he suggests that the science is saying that tempo runs are not the best bang for buck for developing LT and VO2MAX.
Has anyone any thoughts on this? do you still use tempo runs or do you prefer to use long reps at faster pace in place of tempo runs?
Hmmm...Cross country skiiers and swimmers will disagree with you.
hey......karma police. just cant help you. i really dont think kids under 14 should be training much. they dont have the endocrine system to hypertroyphy...[quote]Karma Police wrote:
You got 67 pages of the best thread in LetsRun history to educate yourself with my friend.
IceCuba rapper wrote:
need help with a 800m training base...transitioning from the 400 and coming off an injury
I hadn't heard of this thread until recently, but, JR, congrats on having a runner get the NR! What an amazing coaching and athletic achievement.
Thanks - another 12 months on and he has continued to progress..very pleasing. Lewandowski was pushing him wide in the last 100m, so I was glad he didn't miss it by 0.01!
I'll post some training updates post Comm Games.
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