Archives for middle-distance events

Middle Distance Training: Periodizing Special Endurance 1 Training Sessions

[dynamic_date date_format=”F d\\, Y” before=”Updated%20″ after=””]   Much has been learned about speed and speed development over the last 20 years.  Scientists working with coaches and sprinters have done a remarkable job of applying the scientific method to the physiology of speed in humans including biomechanics, muscle recruitment and energy systems.  Many scientific papers with…

Muscle Development, Fatigue, and Regeneration

  Training theory in the middle-distance events requires knowledge of biological adaptations and the work stimuli needed to achieve improvement of the body’s physiological functions.  Much of this physiological knowledge is at the tissue level and involves understanding changes to the muscle fibers as they interact with neighboring fibers in organs that are called muscles….