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Coaching the Young Endurance Runner

Coaching the Young Endurance Runner in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

Central Governor Model for Exercise

Central Governor Model for Exercise in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

The Theory and Practice of Middle and Long Distance Running

The theory and practice of middle and long distance running in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

Enduramax Running Consultancy

Running from the heart CONTENTS The Evolution of Coaching Methods in the Middle and Long Distance Events The Progression of the Men’s and Women’s World Records in the Middle and Long Distance Events A Summary [...]

Teaching the Throws

Dunfermline College of Physical Education – Edinburgh, Scotland in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. […]

Back Rehabilitation

All exercises with the head straight. Zip, tense torso front and side and tilt the pelvis towards the pelvis (deep core) Sit up position, knees bent, head straight, arms straight and ‘knee cups’ Sit up, [...]

The Training Parameters for Endurance Running

a Breakdown of the parameters needed for endurance running in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this pdf.

The Coaching System of Finnish Endurance Running

On the basis of Lydiard’s coaching system a national system was created in Finland taking into account the particular circumstances in Finland and the Finnish mentality. Special attention was paid to the following:   * [...]

Strength / Power Training for a world class 800m runner

The following paper has been prepared by Ian Harries following a 15-day visit to England from 7-23 November 2002 in pdf format. Click Here to Download this pdf. Click Here to Download this [...]

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Sir Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965)