Running Physiology – part 5

Does increasing my VO2max or lactate threshold allow me to run faster or does improving my running speed increase my VO2max and lactate threshold?  It seems like a simple enough question but the answer is very important because it has … Continue reading

Central Governor Model

The most enduring model of endurance physiology is the Cardiovascular/Anaerobic model.  Initially suggested by British physiologists A.V. Hill and associates in the mid-1920s, this model has been promoted by scientists, coaches, and athletes world-wide for nearly 80 years.  This model … Continue reading