On Thursday, we received the following email which included a guaranteed Millrose win for one athlete. The email was right on the money.
For the record, this email's prediction was right on the money.
When LetsRun.com co-founder Robert Johnson was coaching at Cornell, the conclusion that he and many coaches came to was college-aged males did best when they were on the prowl (recently broken up apply he guesses, unless the guy was totally devastated). College-aged women were the opposite - they did better when they were in a relationship.
So if there was a courting process between a guy on the team and a woman on the team, the men's and women's coaches both benefited - just at different times. The men's coach benfited until it became a relationship - the women's coach afterwards.
Is this total BS or an important part of coaching psychology? Let us know what you think.