Monthly Archives: August 2009
>Thanks to the great folks at the Kentucky Equine Management Internship, namely Leslie Janecka, I have been invited to speak at Gluck Auditorium on the Univ. of Kentucky campus in Lexington on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009 at 6pm.
If anyone would like to attend or receive a summary of the evening, please contact me and I will make arrangements if possible.
Topics will include most of what has appeared on this blog over the past year, with a big focus on using physiological testing to grade sales stock.
Afterwards, I will get back to some more regular postings in this space hopefully.
Look for a reprint of my Optimal Conditioning article in the next European Trainer magazine, which I believe is released in early September.
>By far these 3 words are the leading keywords searched for by people who eventually land on my blog. I have written a short piece on the subject in the past, but now I see the need for more detailed info.
If you have any specific areas of interval training that you would like to see addressed here, please leave notes in the ‘comment’ section.
I should have a more complete blog entry on the subject within the next week or so.
>Anyone reading this blog from the great state of FL, please be aware I will be in central/eastern Florida for the majority of August, starting tomorrow – please get in touch with me if you would like to get together.
Did anyone catch the Niagra Equissage saddle on MinethatBird from the ESPN Million broadcast?
How about NY outlawing hyperbaric oxygen treatments the week before a race? Interesting.