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Poster: Old Camp Goer
Subject: RE: He is.
Thank you for mentioning Larry Rose. However, he is a rich white man from a rich white family and was born with all of the lucky fancy accommodations and lucky fancy resources that Frezer and other Grant youth do not have. When I spoke to Gary Lower several years ago at a youth running camp in Colorado, accompanied by Mark Heard from Elk City and the world famous Jim Sanchez, all 3 of them told me Larry Rose's life story. Rose was actually a transfer student from Nichols Hills. He never lived in the Grant district.
Im not why you want to brag about how many miles per week Rose ran. That means absolutely nothing. He could have ran 1,000 miles per week and wouldnt have made him any better of a runner. As proven on letsrun and every single running book every composed, long slow distance makes long slow runners. All mileage does is wear down all of your muscles and make you slower.
If you want running to exist in your life at all after age 35, keep your mileage extremely low and intensity high. Over 30 miles per week only leads to having knee replacement surgery and sitting back watching the intelligent runners who trained short and fast, stomp your face into gorilla cookies.
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