Dr. Jack Daniels’ VDOT Coaching Clinics

Join Dr. Jack Daniels at the next VDOT Coaching Clinic & Certification and learn more about the exercise science principles successfully used by thousands of athletes across the world.

Following the seminar, coaches will have the opportunity to boost their resumes and become certified by the “World’s Best Running Coach.”

Also Includes

  • Signed copy of Daniels’ Running Formula (option)
  • Welcome packet handouts
  • One month free trial of VDOT Coach app
  • Access to the VDOT O2 Certification exam

Your Host – Dr. Jack Daniels

Dr. Jack Daniels is two-time Olympic medalist in the Modern Pentathlon and world-renowned exercise scientist. Named “The World’s Best Running Coach” by Runner’s World, he led Cortland University runners to eight NCAA Division III National Championships, 31 individual national titles, and more than 130 All-America awards. Dr. Daniels has coached seven athletes to the U.S. Olympic team and advised dozens of Olympians and medalists. He is world-famous for writing Daniels’ Running Formula, a 1998 book outlining his unique training philosophies.

According to Runner’s World Magazine, Dr. Daniels “has had a bigger influence on training-for-running than anyone. He might be considered the Albert Einstein of the sport.”

Clinic Itinerary* 

Coaches of all levels are welcome.

Program Itinerary:
8:30am – Check in
9:00am – Welcome address
9:15am – Dr. Jack Daniels, Training For Endurance Performance, Part I
11:30am – Managing Your Athletes’ Training
12:00pm – Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm – Featured Guest Speaker, Lynn Jennings
3:00pm – Break
3:15pm – Dr. Jack Daniels, Training For Endurance Performance, II
5:00pm – Networking

*Clinic Itinerary is subject to change.

Clinic Date & Location

Next Clinic TBD

If you’d like to bring the clinic to your city email us.

Featured Guest Speaker – Lynn Jennings

Jennings is one of the best female runners of all time with a range from the 1500m to the marathon. She excelled on the track, roads and cross country. She became the first American woman to win an Olympic long-distance track medal when she won the bronze in the 10k at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. She set a world indoor record in the 5k in 1990. Her American road-race record for 10 km (31:06) still stands.

She is a nine-time champion of the USA Cross Country Championships and won the IAAF World Cross Country Championships three times consecutively from 1990 to 1992. Only two other women (Norway’s Grete Waitz and Kenya’s Edith Masai) have achieved this feat. Jennings is currently the Director of Running and coach at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center in Vermont.


Questions? – Email [email protected]

 VDOT O2 Clinic Cost

$199 USD without book (Already have copy? Bring and get signed!)


$225 USD w/signed copy of 3rd Edition of Daniels’ Running Formula