THE SCIENCE OF BUILDING FITNESS
WITH TODD BUCKINGHAM, PH.D
Photo credit: Vasha Hunt
In this week’s episode of the A to Z Running Podcast, we continue the conversation about how to get the most out of our running by talking about the science. Physiologist Dr. Todd Buckingham explains the science behind gaining fitness. Todd dives into what adaptations are and how we can gain fitness over time.
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WHEN: Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30
WHERE: Chorzow, Poland
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WHERE: Boston, USA
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WHERE: Portland, USA
WHAT: Portland Track Festival
WHEN: Friday, May 28
WHERE: Doha, Qatar
WHAT: Diamond League – Doha
As we continue to talk about how to get the most out of running, we want to better understand it. Dr. Todd Buckingham joins the A to Z Running Podcast to further explain the science of building fitness. We dig into the adaptations, growing fitness overtime, and valuable components of training.
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If you would like to hear the percentages of gains overtime from Todd, tune into episode 85 of the A to Z Running Podcast where we share about how to get the most from your workouts.
About our Guest: TODD BUCKINGHAM
PH.D, Mary Free Bed Lead Exercise Physiologist, National Champion Duathlete, Competitive Runner
Todd Buckingham is an endurance science expert. We couldn’t have asked for a better person to dive into the science of building fitness. Not only does Todd have the Ph.D to backup his knowledge of the topic, he also applies his knowledge as a top level duathlete. Todd was the 2019 and 2021 Duathlon National Champion.
While teaching all levels of exercise physiology as well as presenting for USA Triathlon is way overqualified for this discussion on the A to Z Running Podcast.
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