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|Author: ||Show Stoppa|
|Subject: ||RE: Greg McMillan|
So you are going with the approach that if a guy has a different training approach from you, that he is wrong? Be a little bit more open, especially since he is getting results.
Anyway, I see nothing wrong with anything he says. Salazar says 120mpw is necessary to succeed for his athletes and he spends years working his athletes up to that level. I dont even have to tell you how much the kenyans run and how much Lydiard used to have his guys doing. If you can dedicate years of patience to build up to 120-140mpw then you can stay healthy there. It is a reasonable amount of mileage. 20 miles a day broken up into 2 runs is not THAT much.
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