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  • Author:
    Dan Kaplan
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    1466334495
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    148 pages
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Anyone can coach a team or individual to merely run faster. That's the easy part. VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track: A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training Paperback – September 16, 2011. by. Dan Kaplan (Author).

Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training Paperback – 16 Sep 2011. Great written book, step by step instructions easy to understand. Definitely recommend this book for variety to a training system.

VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track: A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training Paperback – 16 Sep 2011.

Anyone can coach a team or individual to merely run faster. Consistently achieving greater improvement than the competition is the signature of VOQ Training, embracing the continuous cycle between Cross Country and Track, with each sport building off of the other in complementary fashion. This is made possible by the sprint inspired, Volume-of-Quality principles of the Inverted Pyramid and a careful attention to preventing injuries.

A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running .

A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training. VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track. 28 Eylül 2012 ·. Only three days left to take advantage of the September 1-yr anniversary savings! VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track.

VOQ Training is written primarily for High School and College coaches, but .

VOQ Training is written primarily for High School and College coaches, but also for scholastic athletes seeking a maximized summer training plan. Kelly Sullivan, Head Cross Country and Track & Field Coach, Oregon State University. USATF Men's Distance Development Chair 1992-2004. Prior to embarking on a coaching career, Kaplan spent two years as president of the Oregon State University Track Club, helping pave the way for the reinstatement of the NCAA Division I program.

A year-round strength and conditioning program for a cyclist is an essential aspect of training for every level of rider .

A year-round strength and conditioning program for a cyclist is an essential aspect of training for every level of rider from beginner to elite. Strength training not only helps improve overall aerobic strength and endurance, it also prevents injury and promotes recovery. Strength training is also important throughout the race season as long as there is a proper balance between strength training off the bike, training on the bike, racing, and recovery.

Successful cross-country skiing, one of the most demanding of endurance sports, involves considerable physiological .

Successful cross-country skiing, one of the most demanding of endurance sports, involves considerable physiological challenges posed by the combined upper- and lower-body effort of varying intensity and duration, on hilly terrain, often at moderate altitude and in a cold environment. Over the years, this unique sport has helped physiologists gain novel insights into the limits of human performance and regulatory capacity

VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track: A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training.

VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track: A Coach's Year-Round Guide to Maximized Performance, Extended Peaks, and Injury-Free Distance Running via the Inverted Pyramid's Volume-of-Quality Training, a book by Dan Kaplan. Coach Frank Pucher outlines expert recommendations for eating on the day of the cross country race. He covers before morning races, before afternoon races and after the finish.

So when I read Dan Kaplan’s VOQ Training for Cross Country & Track, I have to admit it was a refreshing read. Dan Kaplan has coached Cross Country and Track & Field at Willamette University and McKay High School in Salem, Oregon. If you are a 400m coach or athlete and are considering moving up to the 800 meters, then this book is a MUST READ

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Anyone can coach a team or individual to merely run faster. That's the easy part. Consistently achieving greater improvement than the competition is the signature of VOQ Training, embracing the continuous cycle between Cross Country and Track, with each sport building off of the other in complementary fashion. This is made possible by the sprint inspired, Volume-of-Quality principles of the Inverted Pyramid and a careful attention to preventing injuries. Combining traits of a training manual with program-building tools, plus enough back story to add personality to the workouts, there truly is something for everyone. VOQ Training is written primarily for High School and College coaches, but also for scholastic athletes seeking a maximized summer training plan. Additional suggestions are provided for tailoring the program to self-coached distance runners of all levels and racing objectives. "Dan Kaplan has hit the nail on the head with this one. VOQ Training is the product of an expert coach giving his all for individuals who seek to find training routines that really work. The Inverted Pyramid philosophy allows focused flow toward peak performance. Thanks Dan for offering years of thought and expertise! This is a must read for all." -- Dave Johnson, M.ED. Special Education, Decathlon Olympic Medalist, Corban University / Director of Athletics. "[VOQ Training] has a lot of foundation to what, when, where, how and why - more than most do." -- Kelly Sullivan, Head Cross Country and Track & Field Coach, Oregon State University. USATF Men's Distance Development Chair 1992-2004. For a preview of the full introduction, visit VOQTraining.com.

Dibei
I went into this book wondering, "who is this guy and why the heck should I read this book?" He wasn't a big name high school coach (that I had heard of) or pro coach or former olympian. But I decided, regardless of this, I would give him and this book a chance. I am very glad I did. If you were like me and considering not giving this book a chance because the author is not a big name, rethink that because this is an excellent book. Its based on the inverted pyramid model and in the first four chapters, you will learn how to incorporate this model into a summer, cross country, winter, and track seasons. He gives specific examples from his own experiences as a coach and explains all of the workouts he uses in the appendix. He also explains how this can be applied to collegiate athletes and self coached athletes. The other chapters are devoted to planning out the season, motviational tips, and warm ups and cooldowns. Very excellent book and a must have for all high school and track coaches. My only complaint is that the author needs to sell his supplemental VOQ training book!
greed style
Very few training guides come out that have anything new to say. Most training/coaching systems focus on "building a base" with long, slow distance. If you're one of those people who questions how hours and hours of slow running can prepare an athlete for running fast in races that last just minutes, then this book is for you.

"Volume of Quality Training" flips the LSD system around with a program focused on fast training for fast racing throughout the competitive seasons. The author presents a logical, systematic approach centered on maximizing the amount of quality running around race pace or faster. A practical, easy to read guide, this book is a fresh approach that leaves the dinosaur training models far behind.
Monn
Interesting concepts, needs research to verify hypothesis.
Ese
Good basic understanding
Alianyau
Good book with some good ideas but the program requires a tremendous amount of commitment for all those involved. If you are a coach with an uncommitted program or if you are unwilling to meet with kids at least 4 days a week year now, this isn't for you.
Bumand
Great written book, step by step instructions easy to understand. Definitely recommend this book for variety to a training system.
BlessСhild
the book made me question how i prepare my runners and how much they need to train. i have seen monumental improvement amongst my athletes after implementing VOQ training principles.
Dan Kaplan has taken all the elements of sports science that running literature is stuffed with and produced a system which is simple to understand and easy to follow.
VO2 max, Lactate Threshold, Aerobic Endurance are all taken care of and there's no confusion of "what will I do today?"
Follow the system and achieve your goals, keep the science and long winded explanations for when you have more time.
Brilliant work Dan, I wish you well in all you do.
John