Perhaps off topic a bit, but a question for NOBBY, HRE and KIM STEVENSON nevertheless:
When I went to one of Arthur's lectures last year, we saw a video showing, I believe, the three different types of hill springing & bounding that Lydiard had his athletes do. Knowing that sometimes his writing could be confusing to the reader, could you guys give insight into exactly what the spring and bounding is. I've read "Running to the Top" and "Running with Lydiard" (both the most recent editions) and have seen several good sites devoted to Lydiard's philosophy, but I think the video I saw at his lecture was the best in showing exactly how to do his hill phase. Wish I had a copy of it, but again, if you guys could help us out and give your insight into exactly how to run the hills, we'd appreciate it.