205 : ACE®: Advanced Concepts and Methods for Endurance Training

Time Block C - Friday, 8:45-11:35am

Session Format : Workshop

by Mark Kelly, PhD

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Type: Session

Item: WA13-S205


This session will cover various ways to monitor intensity, and how to structure training programs to specifically fit client goals and metabolic profiles. Specific biomechanics and techniques will be demonstrated for running, as well as methods to increase economy and power output. The use of new technology to improve your training will be explored. Some old myths have been destroyed by modern research and this cutting-edge presentation will discuss how to put this knowledge directly into practice. Participants are encouraged to wear athletic clothing and running shoes. Please bring a pair of minimalist shoes if you have them (optional).

About the Author

Mark Kelly, PhD

Mark Kelly, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

Mark P. Kelly, PhD, CSCS, has been involved in the fitness business for 30 years as a teacher in universities and colleges, and as a corporate wellness director, trainer, group (boot camp) owner and instructor. A nationally ranked duathlete and competitive runner, he currently teaches exercise physiology at California State University, Fullerton. His company, Principle-Centered Health, specializes in assessments and corporate wellness.