Originally posted by Jasmine in October 2014
Today we’re talking about Dr. Jack Daniels, the man named “World’s Best Coach” by Runner’s World magazine. Daniels was a swimmer and shooter before he was groomed to compete in modern pentathlon bringing home medals in the 1956 and 1960 Olympics. But his mark on the world of running came after he went on to study exercise physiology and conducted the research that modernized middle and distance running training. His book Daniels’ Running Formula serves as the training bible to runners and coaches. It’s an incredibly complete reference on all aspects of training for middle and distance running. He is incredibly influential on my and many other runners’ training and has influenced just about every other running coach around.
Whether you’re a running veteran or a newbie, super fast or looking to leave the back of the pack, Jack Daniels’ training philosophies can help your running. Read on! Read more >>