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Subject: RE: Renato Canova - Arthur Lydiard Coaches Roundtable
So it's the same, but totally different.
This is why I say the principles that you (not me or Canova) mentioned are not important. It is the implemation, i.e. what you are doing every day, that's important. As Canova says, this depends on the athlete, not the schedule, another major difference with Lydiard.
I see the principles as coming from the implementation, not the other way around. When they don't fit then, to me, this proves the principles were wrong and needed to be changed. By adhering to strict principles, no matter how obscure, endless time is wasted trying to fit the training to them. The training is real. The principles are simply theories and change with the fashion or guru.
Right. The principles are obscure and don't mean anything.
It's from the implementation, but not from the principles as you stated them. The principles come from the implementation.
Agreed. It would be a way to obscure the differences and try to say "well they're the same", or B came from A etc, when they are not the same at all, they are entirely different.
Your view looks the same to me. You are simply quoting what I already know about Lydiard, and that is in his books, which I have.
Thank you for grouping my friend with me, instead of with you and Lydiard. It is interesting that you see the same things we see in Lydiard and in his books, and think what we see is totally different. But when you see Canova vs Lydiard, you think they are the same, and I see them as being totally different.
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