HOKA ONE ONE's Coaching Corner: Cross Country Tip 20: What type of mileage should juniors and seniors runners do over the summer? (w/ John Trautmann)


This is part of the HOKA ONE ONE's Coaching Corner, now in its third year with @RunBlogRun. The video series is shot and produced by @theshoeaddicts, the digital partner of RunBlogRun. The goal is to provide coaches resources on basic coaching questions. Today, we speak with Olympian John Trautmann, who, along with Tom Nohilly are assistant Coaches under Frank Gagliano at the HOKA ONE ONE NJNYTC.

JOHN1-1.pngJohn Trautmann

Today's question: "What type of mileage should juniors and seniors do during their summer training?". An important question, and John Trautman, a top high school athlete, a fine college athlete while at Georgetown, and an Olympic athlete at 5000 meters. John also came back as a master's athlete, and set an age group Masters indoor mile record, at 4:12. John gets it. Listen to his wise words. To fine more about HOKA ONE ONE, please go to www.hokaoneone.com.

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