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Subject: RE: Why is it wrong to train high school kids ambitiously?
The school record holder at my high school was trained with the "save for later" mentality. He ran 15:55, 9:26, and 4:25 his senior year.
Colby Lowe, who ran an 8:47 two mile (more than twice as fast as my friends 1600 PR in high school) in high school, was trained hard as a prep, he has run 8:03 (~8:41 2 mile) for the 3000 but has never really been able to compete with the big dogs.
My friend? the 9:26 3200 guy? He ran 8:04 this year, has been improving rapidly since graduating, loves running, and will probably end up faster than Colby Lowe. DId I mention my friend is a junior in college? (Lowe is a senior).
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