Coaching app for athletes looking to take their running to the next level.
How it works
Athletes: Get an invite from a coach or choose one coaching option.
• Adaptive Trainer (14-Day Free Trial)
• Goal Race Plan
• Match with a Private Coach
Coaches: Start your 30-day free trial and learn how to manage your athletes at https://vdoto2.com/vdotcoach
• Assess your current running fitness (VDOT)
• Built-in personalized training paces
• Sync training calendar with GPS data from Coros, Garmin or Strava
• Sync workouts/pace targets to Garmin for real-time guidance
• Adapt your training based on your improvement
• Work with your coach, communicate and adjust training
Unlike most running apps, VDOT knows you. It understands the type of runner you are, what you're training for, and how to maximize your efforts. It also gives you more control over your training, leveraging your feedback to deliver real-time data which fine tunes your training and leads to continuous progression. With fully automated, truly personalized and highly-adaptive training, VDOT helps you achieve measurable improvement — all in an effort to make you the best runner you can be.
With a focus on training over tracking and coaching over running, VDOT offers access to the highest quality, Olympic-style training for runners of all levels-right from any mobile device. Designed to help runners train correctly and more intelligently, VDOT elicits maximum benefit while reducing the required effort. These high-quality workouts promote healthy, responsible, and beneficial sessions while simultaneously preventing overtraining.
V.O2 was built from the foundation of a scientifically-validated training methodology. Based on former Olympian, author, and legendary running coach Jack Daniels’ exercise science principles, the methodology not only benefits runners of all ages and abilities when it comes to improving their running fitness but it also serves as the best measure of running economy across a variety of runners and events, making it an ideal way to compare performances. High-school, college, Olympic and non-elite runners have all trained, ran, and succeeded with the VDOT methodology.
-”Dr. Jack Daniels has had a bigger influence on training-for-running than anyone. He might be considered the Albert Einstein of the sport." - Runner’s World Magazine