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|Author: ||turkey leg|
|Subject: ||RE: Duncan Kibet and James Kwambai : the role of Claudio Berardelli, and analysis of something new in training |
on the runs wrote:
Hitting a slightly lower energy system for a longer duration to further capilarization, the development of mitochondria and myoglobin, and especially import for marathoners, to teach their bodies to utilize fat as an energy subtrate. Those all come along with long duration.
That's all very good, if you want to get better at using a slightly lower energy system, i.e., going slower. Long duration is good, long duration close to race specific speeds is better. Yes, that is tough. That is why so few succeed at it and run sub 2:06.
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