Whatever you need, I’m here for you, and I operate a question and answer board, so if you’ve got things, make sure you contact me, and again that address will pop up a little bit later. Now, let’s profile the 800 meters before we get going. You won’t get very many physiologists to agree with that because of the strong aerobic component in the 800 meters. Now, by aerobic component, we mean that a certain amount of the energy has to be supplied through the aerobic system as well as a contribution from the anaerobic system. You wouldn’t have any racing success that way, but that would be purely aerobic.
Now, talking about the 800 meters, and that’s where I really wanna concentrate today is on the two lapper. I wanna talk about a plan for running the 800 meter. Well, anything that’s worthwhile in life has got a plan, and the racing plan for the 800 meters should serve two purposes. It should be a plan of your actions, rather than a predictor of your results. To get up to racing speed, you’ve gotta have some sort of contribution from both of the energy systems.
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This is the human performance lab that I have and my physiology classroom here in Stillwater, Minnesota, and I’d like to talk to you today about how to run the 800 meter and a little bit about developing a race plan.
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It’s 90 calories, of which 45 calories will be processed in the mitochondria, thus in the aerobic system, and 45 calories will be processed anaerobically. We’ve got middle distance runners, and we have distance runners that may move down.
That is, outside of the mitochondria, so that’s the physiological features of it. You need to be able to address all three, and when I get into a general racing model, I’m not going to discern between those three, but as you train those three, you need to realize what type of athlete you’re training. Like historically some of our more famous ones have been Sebastian Coe and Wilson Kipketer who were probably just as successful in the mile as they were in the 800 meters. They’ve got a very high allometric model of VO2max to running economy and then you’ve got a long distance runner that’s moving down, the Peter Snell type, the Steve Ovett type who is very comfortable running more than 60 miles a week, spends a lot of time on the endurance component, has very high VO2max, that sort of runner.
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