Who has Mark Douglas learned from?
Jim Ryun (use weights & multiple sessions each day)
Arthur Lydiard (use the Long Fast Run, hills, and limit Anaerobic training to 3-4 weeks)
Percy Cerutty (use barefoot running up and down sandy hills, heavy weights for 2-5 sets of 2-5 reps, and Long Fast Runs)
Latif Thomas (use sprints from 20m to 60m)
Barry Ross, (the ratio of ground contact force-to-bodyweight is the most important factor to running faster; use the Dead Lift, Jumps, and short sprints)
Marty Gallagher, (use free weights in the deepest range possible to prevent injury
Dan John, (practice your skill every day & lift heavier, the 1-Lift-a-Day Program works)
Dan Gable,("If it's important, do it every day. If it's not important, don't do it at all.")
Pavel Tsatsouline, (use 2-5 sets of 1-5 reps, long rests, practice as often as possible while staying as fresh as possible)
Bruce Lee (drill your skill thousands of times in isolation;compete often to ensure your skill is improving)
Who has Mark Douglas trained?
New York's 2011 Outdoor State Championship 110mHH Silver Medalist, MALCOLM MOSELEY.
Mark Douglas also guided Malcolm Moseley to:
1 Indoor State Championship Finals(Winter '10-'11)
2 National Shuttle Hurdle Relay Semi-Finals,(Winter '09-'10;Winter '10-'11)
2 Section 1 Titles/State Qualifier victories, (Winter '10-'11; Spring '11)
2 Section 1 Class A Championship Titles,(Winter '10-'11; Spring '11)
1 Westchester County Indoor Championship Title,(Winter '10-'11)
1 Westchester County Outdoor Championship Silver Medal (Spring '11)
1 League Indoor Championship Title
What has Mark Douglas done physically?
Dead Lift: 515
Parallel Squat: 425
Rock-Bottom Squat: 315
Bench Press: 285