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|Author: ||Herbie Hancock|
|Subject: ||RE: Why is it wrong to train high school kids ambitiously?|
All of the best runners on my college team trained the most in high school. They also trained the most in college too. A high school runner running 75 miles a week has plenty of improvement to make going to 85,95,100+ mpw in college. Training more in high school prepares runners for college, it doesn't burn them out unless injuries are a problem.
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