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Subject: RE: Bored X coach, willing to give unwanted advice
1) No, you aren't right, but you also are being smart. I like coaches who are cautious with athletes. Slowly cut the rest on the interval training. When she adapts to that, then you can start to add other elements of training.
2) I help coach a young lady who was a little slower as a freshman. We have increased weekly mileage by 7-10 miles a year. I do test her in workouts, I think they take a little too much out of her now, but will benefit her down the road with the college workload. More then anything keep it fun, when they start worrying about setting a PR every race things will go south quick.
3) You can't. If she meets boys, grows hips, wants to party, or finally grows you can't change those things. That's not to say any of those will happen, but if they do, there was nothing you could have done. Just keep it fun and challenging.
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