Strength & Conditioning for distance runners, the final frontier. It is important and a must for the performance minded runner to do. But where to start? What exercises to do? How much? How often? How intense?
As you can see, there is a lot of confusion and questions surrounding strength & conditioning work for the distance runner. There is a variety of information on "the best" strength & conditioning practices for distance runners. Often it is difficult to separate signal from noise. Strength & Conditioning is dynamic instrument in the coach's toolbox. And when you know what you want to get out it you can then best use S&C to your athlete's benefit.
On January 12th, 2018, at the HPW On Coaching | Mini Workshop in Seattle HPW Director Jonathan Marcus will offer how he programs and prioritizes strength & conditioning work for the High Performance West Pro athletes he coaches. He will clearly outline how he uses strength & conditioning work to compliment running training throughout the year. He'll give you some of his strength & conditioning progressions for you to consider as he tries to make the case why every competitive runner should become as familiar with the gym as they are with the track.
You can enroll for the Mini Workshop in Seattle or Online now.