Our favorite quote from Jack, “Riding was my best event in the pentathlon. Running was my worst and that’s why I became a running coach cause I wanted to learn more about it.” What an incredible career and an unbelievable gift to the running community considering he spent his whole life researching how to train properly. The best part is that he still hasn’t stopped coaching and doing research!
We’re excited to announce a new VDOT Coaching Clinic with Dr. Jack Daniels. This will be our 9th clinic since we launched the event back in 2015. To date, over 200 coaches have become VDOT Certified and past guest speakers have included Olympian Lynn Jennings, legendary coach Frank Gagliano, and ultra running champion Rob Krar.
VDOT Clinic – Atlanta
- Where: Atlanta, GA at Wahoo Fitness
- When: Saturday, June 17th
- Feature Guest: Track & Field Olympian and professional triathlete Malindi Elmore
Runners in the UK were treated last month to a little in-person coaching from Dr. Jack Daniels at his latest VDOT Coaching Clinic. One of our favorite takeaways from the weekend was this quote from Jack:
“You must have guiding principles of training, not copy what works for the best athletes.”
This is the essence of Daniels’ Running Formula. So many coaches in history are recognized for the incredible success of one or a few athletes. What about everyone else they coached? When utilizing the principles outlined in Jack’s book you see broad success, not just with a few individuals.
We’re pleased to announce that VDOT O2 is now capable of importing your Garmin Connect training data. This is a great new feature for the training calendar app we use to upload workouts to our clients.
You can learn more about all the recent updates to VDOT O2 here. Below, watch the video tutorial on how to connect your Garmin to your calendar. If you have any questions email us or connect with your coach.