Steady Pace Running 400 Meters

Parker, James
April 2013
Track Coach;Spring2013, Issue 203, p6487
The article focuses on the concept of 400-meters steady pace running. For the author, time differentials are the important figures in race time data because these are the numbers that tell how close an athlete is to a steady pace. In order to achieve a steady pace, an athlete is also suggested to psychologically motivate himself or herself to go fast over the third part of the race.


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