While the science of endurance training has progressed steadily over the decades, there has been a significant progress in recent times. Eluid Kipchoge’s sub-2-hour marathon effort is a major breakthrough. However, the training advice on the internet and the science quoted t support it can be confusing, and even at times conflicting. In this episode, we tried to put together a structure to endurance training based on the latest science. Host Aditi speaks with Coach Ron George, where he talks about evolution of endurance training and the latest science, fuses it with his on-ground experience working with endurance athletes.
Here are some of the topics discussed in this episode
Ron George (Ronnie) is an Indian endurance sports consultant and athlete based in Dubai. He found his roots in middle-distance running and duathlon in his youth. He then converted that into a love for coaching adults in endurance sports which he has been pursuing for over 10 years.
Ronnie is a Lydiard Foundation Level 2 peer-reviewed and certified coach. He resides in Dubai where he coaches running and cycling at I Love Supersport Dubai. He also founded and operates the popular international running club House of Runners and the Indian multisport team Rightshift Performance.
Ronnie’s specialties include scholarly studies in endurance training and adaptation mechanisms, cycling and running coaching, performance testing and monitoring, and 3D running mechanics analysis. He can be found on Twitter @RonGeorge_Dubai discussing the latest in sports science and on YouTube on his channel Endurance Performance Open Learning Show.
Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly workouts that will help your running.
For any feedback and collaborations please write to us at [email protected]. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @geeeksonfeet for updates on our recent articles, podcast episodes, and more.
For any feedback and collaborations please write to us at [email protected]. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @geeeksonfeet for updates on our recent articles, podcast episodes and more. You can also subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here.
We have received your feedback. Thank you for helping us serve you better.
Unfortunately, we have hit the wall. Please try again later.