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|Subject: ||RE: Greg McMillan|
No need to believe me, you can try yourself will you be better runner if you train more than 2 hours a day consistently. Remember regular icing and other kinds of therapies.
uh wohkay wrote:
Beyond 2 hours a day you donīt get mitochondrial growth anymore, and injury/overtraining risks increases dramatically.
Unless it's shit, I'm not going to believe anything you just pull out of your ass.
Not everyone is going to be able to handle the high volume required to run as a professional. That is one of the things that separates the elites from the rest of us.
I agree with what Mcmillan is saying but I personally would not try to get up to 120 mpw. It took me long enough to be able to handle 75.
That's why I don't quit my day job.
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