What I find interesting, is that the week after CIM (or couple weeks), Brogan Austin did some podcasts and talked about his training and what a week looks like. Types of intervals, hill repeats, etc. And the 15 weeks prior to CIM was all on Strava, described almost in great detail.
By the end of December, Brogan was doing a podcast and when asked about his training ,he said something along the lines of "Tinman instructed me to be vague about the training" or not give out any details. And if you look at Brogan's Strava page now, it's almost all easy running and strides. No workouts uploaded, no details.
What's with the secrecy? For the record, I like Brogan Austin, for what little I know about him. And as someone mentioned above, I think his success is more about taking someone who overtrained for a decade, dialing it back and letting all those years of training come to fruition. There is something to the "not over-doing it" aspect as well.. it's very Eliud Kipchoge'ish, But, Tinman instructing his athletes to hide their training.. seems kinda extreme.
Granted, his training plans at his property to an extent, so he can coach people and instruct however he wants. Not the greatest for having an impact on running as a whole, however. Brogan is having incredible success, so it would be cool to see what he's doing to make it happen.
Again, I like both Tinman and Brogan.. I listen to every podcast and interview I can find. And I wish them the best.. just makes it hard to follow them if you can't... follow them.