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Subject: RE: Duncan Kibet and James Kwambai : the role of Claudio Berardelli, and analysis of something new in training
How do you know when you've reached your highest floor? When do you know that it's time to leave the FUNDAMENTAL PERIOD and start the SPECIAL PERIOD? Is is when the athlete is no longer significantly improving the times of fast long runs?
Furthermore, in general, how do you know when it is time to leave ANY period? Is it when you stop improving from the PERIOD's workouts?
My ignorant guess is that the athlete should stay in a period until improvement has clearly stagnated. Then, start the next period, until improvement stagnates, etc... until the finale of the season.
Once the season has ended, the athlete should look back at their logs, and see how much time they personally had to spend in each period before improvement stagnated. Using this knowledge, they count backwards from their next peak race and start the cycle again with the FUNDAMENTAL PERIOD at the right time. This will ensure that they peak at the right time in the season. Is all this correct?
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