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Poster: Joe maggio
Subject: RE: Renato Canova - Arthur Lydiard Coaches Roundtable
I see you are a Lydiard parrot as well as you suffer from functional analphabetism. Every you new post you go down and down, introducing new defines, just to deny the evidence. There are not one Lydiard refereence to avoid the best aerobic pace everyday.
Authentic Lydiard definition for best aerobic pace. Pace speeds at a level just under your steady state or Maximum Oxygen Uptake.
Or fast aerobic running is included in this define. Fast aerobic run is not the pace OVER OR UNDER VO2max. Over VO2max is anaerobic run. Under, under is easy slow run. The faster aerobic running is on the range of the fast aerobic running.
The Lydiard paragraph does the subtitle Marathon Conditioning. Or if the fast aerobic pace its included in the marathon conditioning phase, the fast aerobic pace is not anaerobic for sure. There the fast aerobic run isnīt easy aerobic pace, isnīt LSD, jogging, easy pace, is faster aerobic pace and is on the range of the best aerobic pace.
On the same marathon conditioning part you might read a week with quarter efforts. By instance
Friday 10 miles (15km) at 3/4 effort over flat course
Saturday 22 miles (35km) at 1/4 effort over reasonably flat
Sunday 15 miles (25km) at 1/4 effort over any type terrain
For instance. Friday Itīs not write 10 miles 3/4 FAST AEROBIC RUN, itīs write 3/4 effort what is different. Therefore Lydiard pace quarters itīs not quarter from FAST RUN, is Quarter effort.
Again. Reference that the best aerobic pace canīt be done everyday ? You just donīt got it. Straight and clean.
Again the best aerobic pace everyday isnīt Lydiard rule, but as option might be done. itīs your choice.
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