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Subject: RE: PLYOMETRICALS
I started your strength program when I was injured and not running for a month. The sessions felt good. But now that I'm back running again and building my base, my sessions have been mediocre at best. I can't lift as much when I not running.
Moreover, after doing a tempo in the morning, my evening weights/plyo sessions were kind of lousy. I tried switching over the strength sessions onto easy days, and the quality has improved a bit (although still not close to what I was doing when I was injured), but now I running about 10-15 secs slower per mile on my tempos that I run the very next morning. What say you? Do I keep going at it and eventually my body will adapt OR will I be feeling not 100% during either my tempos or weights/plyo sessions?
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