800 meter Training program

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800 meter training program, with an intro on a 400m sprinter moving up to 800 meters considerations

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800 meter Training Program (for 400m Sprinters):

Jimson Lee SpeedEndurance.com 800 meter Training Program (for 400m Sprinters) SpeedEndurance.com

Jimson Lee, SpeedEndurance.com:

Jimson Lee, SpeedEndurance.com SpeedEndurance.com

Considerations for Moving Up:

Considerations for Moving Up current 400m time and desired 800m time compare with standards in your age group, or local area chronological age of the athlete training age of the athlete (i.e. how many years of serious training) physical attributes of the athlete (tall, skinny, etc) current coach, teammates and support group desire for aerobic work mental toughness… kicking for home at 500m… Are you ready for it? SpeedEndurance.com

Bring out the Calculators:

Bring out the Calculators 4 seconds per lap rule 5 seconds per lap rule double plus 10 second conversion (Canada’s Gary Reed 45.45 & 1:43.93) double plus 12 second conversion double plus 14 second conversion, IAAF “B” standards are 45.95 and 1:46.60 SpeedEndurance.com

Elite 400m and 800 PRs:

Elite 400m and 800 PRs SpeedEndurance.com

Elite 800m Split Differentials:

Elite 800m Split Differentials SpeedEndurance.com

It’s all about Speed Reserve!:

It’s all about Speed Reserve! SpeedEndurance.com

Dave Wottle 1972 Olympics:

Dave Wottle 1972 Olympics SpeedEndurance.com

800 Training Weekly Cycle:

800 Training Weekly Cycle speed track sessions, between 30-400m 800m “race pace” track sessions over distance 1500m track sessions steady state or Tempo or VO2 runs (1 or 2X per week) easy recovery runs (4 or 5X per week) long run (1 per week) strength/weight training (2X per week) circuit training or other training (Pilates, yoga, speedbag , etc). SpeedEndurance.com

800m Sample Training Week:

800m Sample Training Week Mon: AM – strength training, PM-recovery run Tue: AM – 200/400 session, PM-recovery run Wed: AM – circuit training, PM - steady state running Thur : AM – 1500m intervals, PM-recovery run Fri: AM – strength training, PM - steady state running Sat: AM – 800m session, PM-recovery run Sun: AM – long run SpeedEndurance.com

Scott Christensen http://speedendurance.com/800:

Scott Christensen http://speedendurance.com/800 SpeedEndurance.com

Scott Christensen http://speedendurance.com/800:

Scott Christensen http://speedendurance.com/800 What the ideal mileage for 800 and 1500 meter runners? Should mileage differ for GPP fall training, pre-competition, and the competition phase? If you train long to short, how fast and short (in distance) should your sprint sessions be? How much volume should you do for track workouts? What pace should you use for various distances? How close to race pace, or faster? Do 20 minute runs or LESS have any value? What are the rules for pacing ‘base mileage’ and ‘recovery mileage’? Should VO2 max pace change every 12-14 days to prevent workouts from losing value and effectiveness? And the most important question of all…. Where is the 800 meter race WON and LOST? … and HOW do you prepare for that? SpeedEndurance.com

800 meter Training Program (for 400m Sprinters):

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