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|Subject: ||RE: Canova Full Program|
This is the worst "summary" I've ever seen. Certainly, when measured by number of words, factoring in lack of accuracy and completeness, this summary gets a negative score. And when you eliminate emotion, bias, and inaccuracies, you find there is really nothing left of the summary, except the name of 4 phases.
The Canova program can build the "aerobic house" (by repeating the 3 or 4 phases), then add furniture.
The "Introductory phase" is a transition phase, which last 2-3 weeks, not 10-12 years.
What about circuits? How and when does Renato use "general", "special" and "specific" circuits?
What about interval training? When do we use aerobic intervals? When do we use anaerobic intervals?
What about "general" and "special" paces?
When do we focus on increasing "extension", and when do we focus on increasing "intensity"?
How do we implement extension?
When do we limit intensity?
How do we "progress"?
When do we focus on maintaining "Internal load" and when do we switch to focusing on "External Load"?
How long is fundamental phase? Special phase? Specific phase?
What is "specific" pace? How slow is special pace? General pace? Regenerative pace?
How do different race targets (i.e. 800m vs. 10K vs. marathon) influence the definition of different intensities? In other words, is AEROBIC POWER the same for 800m runners as for marathon runners?
What are the many different intensities (at least 7) that are defined by Canova?
Renato Canova Training Program
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