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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good scientific news to consider in developing your training plan 27 août 2013
Par Doug Stutz - Publié sur
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Lots of good research cited to back training theory purposed. However, the author omits defending the rational behind doing some easy runs. In fact, he attacks easy running as being non-productive to improving racing ability. (unless you are an ultra-marathoner). Also, the risk of becoming injured by following the high intensity training program espoused by the author was not adequately addressed. He does offer some strengthening exercises to help prevent injury, but studies showing their actual effectiveness haven't been done yet. I would be cautious in applying such high relative volumes of high intensity training. For example, the author recommends building to where you do 25% of your weekly mileage at vVO2max pace (roughly the pace you can sustain for a 6-minute race). Plus, he advocates doing addition work at your maximal speed (all-out sprinting). I question whether most individuals could handle such stress successfully for many weeks or seasons, let alone for a lifetime of running and racing. As a coach and competitive runner of many years, I will seek to cautiously interweave some of the principles the author teaches into the workouts I write and follow, but will not ignore the value of easy running in doing so. But overall, this is a best current resource available for learning the science behind training distance runners.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Why Speed Matters 23 juillet 2013
Par Kevin Joseph - Publié sur
Running Science cites scientific studies of different training techniques to dispel some widely held misconceptions about the kinds of training that contribute most effectively to better performance in middle distance and distance events. This book makes a compelling case for training programs built around high quality workouts performed at anaerobic threshold pace (or faster) instead of programs that emphasize high mileage at slow-to-moderate paces. It also explains why improving maximum sprinting speed and muscular strength are important factors for success in events from 800 meters on up.

In addition to the impressive scientific content, Running Science provides useful training schedules for middle distance and distance events that incorporate the theoretical into a practical approach for success. Based on my own experiences as a competitive runner and coaching techniques I have used to train my two sons (who are accomplished runners in USATF youth competitions), this speed-based approach to distance training also resonates with my personal experience.

Although there is some repetitive material here and certain passages in which the science may run a bit deeper than necessary, the book is well organized, allowing readers to focus on those sections of greatest interest and relevance to their training. All in all, I consider this book a must-have resource for any serious distance runner's library.

-Kevin Joseph, author of The Champion Maker
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The seminal science textbook on running 30 juillet 2013
Par J. Clemence - Publié sur
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Running Science by Dr. Owen Anderson is exactly what it claims to be: a science textbook on running. Anderson has reviewed a large chunk of (if not all of) the scientific literature on running published in the last 30 years and has come up with surprising results. With the data to back him, he dispels myriad common running beliefs, from the role that lactic acid plays in the muscles (it's not what you think) to the benefits of advances in running-shoe technology (next to nothing, as it turns out) to the effectiveness of the vaunted weekly long run (minimal value for increasing endurance). Indeed, the method of training he espouses in this book is almost certainly unlike anything you've ever come across. I was a competitive runner for a number of years, and I learned something new or had misconceptions challenged on nearly every page.

A few notes to the potential reader:
-This book is definitely written for the serious runner or perhaps medical student! A recreational runner could take and apply elements of Anderson's book to improve his or her training, but the book is really aimed at the runner who wants to maximize race times--and this is a goal not all runners share.
-You won't find a series of training plans that you can pick from in this book. There is a sample half-marathon plan, and that is it. However, if you read the book, you will have the knowledge to create your own, and Anderson does provide sample workouts at times in the body of the text. To his credit, he provides fully illustrated guides for all of his weight and form exercises.
-You will need access to a gym with weights, a treadmill or indoor track, and possibly a pool or bike to really implement Anderson's training methodology. Since I have limited training time and facilities, for instance, I can't adopt much of what he recommends. But then again, I'm not at a point with my running where I'm too worried about personal records (see note #1 above). I will, however, be introducing some of the concepts from this book into my training.

Overall, for the experienced or competitive runner (or coach), this is a must-have.

Note: I received this book as part of an early reviewers program.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Running Science is Exactly What This Running Book Is, & Written By a Doctor 6 août 2013
Par L. North - Publié sur
This is ALL about running. You can thin your running library down after you get this one! This is smart and interesting and packed with everything you need to know about the sport of running. It is interesting enough to be read by people who don't like running all that well with sections on genetics, biomechanics, physiology and performance, training modes and methods, conditioning, strength training, distance-specific running, sports medicine for runners, nutrition for running and psychology. This is a terrific value from your wallet's stance as well as from your already packed library shelving. Great read on the science of running. ( )
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! 28 juillet 2013
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Read book. Changed my running form. Higher cadence (90 steps per minute) and focusing on pushing off back foot instead of reaching forward. It worked like magic! Felt great, beat my PR's at a reduced effort. Thanks!
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