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Anaerobic Speed Reserve for Distance Runners

The physiological concept of anaerobic speed reserve (ASR) is a relatively new concept to middle distance running.  ASR is defined as the difference between an athlete’s absolute maximum velocity and their maximum aerobic speed (vVO2 max).    The anaerobic/aerobic energy system contribution percentages for a sprint event of 400 meters or shorter is much different…

Utilize ‘Check Your Gauges’ Cues to Positively Influence the Cross Country Runner During the Race

Attending a cross country running meet is an exciting experience.  Parents, siblings, teammates, friends, and fans are screaming and cheering nonstop as the runners go past them.  Cross country meets are also a place of work for the coaches whose teams are participating.  A race is a test for both athlete and coach as to…