November 6, 2008


San Diego, CA – On January 17, 2009, Dr. Jason Karp of will host the third annual VO2max Distance Running Clinic for runners, coaches, and fitness professionals at the Marina Village Conference Center in San Diego’s beautiful Mission Bay.  Receive training guidelines using the best scientific methods proven to take your or your athletes’ performances to the next level.

The clinic will feature presentations on many aspects of running, including secrets of distance running, lactate threshold training, new strength training strategies for runners, the causes of fatigue for specific races and how to train to combat the fatigue, and how to organize the details of training into a cohesive, results-driven program using periodization.  If you want to become a better runner, or you want to enhance your athletes’ performances, you need to be at this unique clinic.  Register before December 1 and save 10%!  Bring a friend or colleague and you each save 20%!  Just go to register online to register by mail.

All attendees will receive receive free Powerbar products, a 10% discount on running shoes or apparel at Road Runner Sports, and will be part of a drawing for a free pair of running shoes.

Featured Speakers include:

Jason Karp, Ph.D., is a PowerBar-sponsored coach, director ofREVO2LT Running Team™, adjunct professor at Grossmont College, freelance writer, and fitness consultant.  An expert on training, he has published over 100 articles in coaching, running, and fitness magazines and spoken at numerous conferences.  He has taught USA Track & Field’s highest level coaching certification and coaches runners of all levels through   

Kim Sanborn, M.S., is the strength and conditioning coach at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA, specializing in strength training for endurance athletes.  A certified strength and conditioning specialist with a master’s degree in exercise physiology, she owns Divas in Motion, a web-based training and performance forum.

Paul Greer, professor of health and exercise science at San Diego City College, where he is also the fitness center director and men’s cross country coach.  He is the long-time coach of San Diego Track Club and directs its marathon training program.  A former sub 4-minute miler, he competed in the 1,500 meters at the 1992 U.S. Olympic Trials and has a personal best of 3:39.05. is a science-based coaching, consulting, and writing company.  For more information and to subscribe to our free e-mail newsletter, go to

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