Consistency Is Key: Training Principles for Distance Coaches

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Consistency Is Key: Training Principles for Distance Coaches

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Learn how to use Coach Jay�s car analogy � Build the Aerobic Engine, Strengthen the Chassis, and Rev the Engine - to reinforce why you�re doing what you�re doing.�� Learn the three crucial�workouts�you need to be doing to build the aerobic engine. You�ll learn what they are and how to use them in your training. And you�ll learn why you need to use them in the order they�re presented.� Learn why long runs, which are crucial for most of your athletes, shouldn�t be used for your newest runners. Instead, Coach Johnson explains how to use running circuits to both build their aerobic engines and strengthen their chasses. He�ll also tell you where to find these workouts on YouTube.�Included in this�video package is a PDF listing all the exercises in the three circuits.� Finally, learn why Coach Johnson doesn�t have athletes do threshold runs when they first start working with him. Threshold runs are useful, and in this�video�you�ll learn why�they�come�after�the first three key engine building workouts.� Finally, at the end of the�video, there is a special discount�exclusively for�CoachTube�viewers to get copies of Coach Johnson�s book�Consistency Is Key: 15 Ways to Unlock Your Potential as a High School Runner�for their athletes.1 Introduction Free 0:44 2 Coach Jay's Background 5:40 3 What Do High School Athletes Need To Know? Free 2:43 4 Overview Of This Course 2:16 5 Before You Even Lace Up Your Shoes 0:15 6 Remember That Talent and Excellence Are Not The Same Thing 2:20 7 Build Your Attention Span for Hard Work 2:02 8 Core X and other General Strength routines 1:00 9 Know That Progress Is Not Linear 2:36 10 Understand There Are Dozens of Ways to Train 1:30 11 What To Train - Introduction Free 2:28 12 Build The Engine Free 3:00 13 Strengthen The Chassis Free 2:51 14 Rev The Engine Most Days Free 4:20 15 How To Train - Introduction 0:31 16 Run By Feel 2:38 17 Do Easy Days Easy and Hard Days Hard 1:24 18 General Adaptation Syndrome 1:04 19 Run Race Pace (or faster) Free 6:11 20 Know You Could Have Run Farther or Faster (or Both) 3:09 21 Prepare for Running Fast, Faster, Fastest 9:06 22 Long Runs 7:27 23 Running Circuits 3:38 24 Fartlek Workouts 10:05 25 Progression Runs 7:26 26 Who Do You Coach To in Cross Country? 2:09 27 Threshold Runs 7:50 28 Racing 1:37 29 Remember To Sleep Free 2:25 30 Don't Forget Nutrition 3:02 31 Listen To Your Body 2:01 32 Conclusion and book discount code 1:46Jay Johnson has coached collegiate, professional, and adult runners for two decades. He was a walk-on athlete at the University of Colorado in 1994. In 1998 he was the seventh runner on the varsity team chronicled in Chris Lear�s Running with the Buffaloes. That spring, he was named the Male Scholar-Athlete for the Athletic Department, while simultaneously earning his M.S. in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology.�� Johnson started his career as the head track and�cross country�coach at Pratt Community College in Pratt, Kansas, before returning to CU to serve as an assistant cross country coach, middle-distance coach, and recruiting coordinator. After eight years as a collegiate coach, Johnson transitioned to coaching post-collegiate athletes, three of whom won USATF titles, the most notable being Brent Vaughn, who won the USATF 2011 Cross Country championship.� Johnson is deeply involved with high school running. He is the director of the�Boulder Running Camps, which he started in 2002, and is sponsored by Nike. Johnson�s�Coaching Runners Podcast�and�CoachJayJohnson.com�are resources that serious high school coaches use to hone their craft. Johnson�s�Boulder Running Clinics�event attracts coaches from throughout the USA. His popular�YouTube channel�has close to 2,300,000 views, with runners of all ages using this resource to learn exercises and routines needed to gain the strength and mobility necessary to remain injury-free.�� Johnson�s second book,�Consistency is Key: Fifteen Ways to Unlock Your Potential as a High School Runner,�has been called �the ideal manual for a high school runner.� Coaches have said, �My runners have DEVOURED IT! Many have repeated snippets and phrases back to me as we do our summer workouts.�� �A voracious reader and passionate mountain biker, Johnson lives in Arvada, CO with his two daughters.

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