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Poster: Antonio Cabral
Subject: RE: Renato Canova - Arthur Lydiard Coaches Roundtable
Actually i say something different.
When I see intervals at 10k pace or slower than 10k pace, I know for best results I MUST see SHORT and ACTIVE recovery. If it is done with standstill recovery, I know from experience, this will not work well (espcially for FT) as an LT session. With standstill recovery I know the anaerobic system will recover — like magic — in very short time and will play too big a part in the next rep, and the next one and so on. So there will be too much lactate in each rep for good lactate management.
However the interest of intervals with short and active recovery at 10k to 10mile, or 10k to HM or 10k to Marathon pace as alternative design to continuous fast run (LT and LTp) runs, that are the typical Lydiard "best aerobic pace" is very effective indeed, especially if the runner is FT type.
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