I disagree. Prior to going to Salazar, she was being remotely coached by him but had the NYAC athlete from Australia coaching her, John Henwood. She was doing great at that point and ran incredible times while not overworking in intervals. Salazar commented on how she was able to race far faster than her workout times, which were not impressive. He decided to make sure her workout times were impressive, and so she was overcooked and lost her love of the sport, if she ever had it, from the berating, pressure, and overwork. You have to be able to read your athletes better. You could tell that she was losing her love of the sport from the pressure already when she was skipping big meets for prom. With athletes like that, you really have to step back, let them be under-trained a bit, and keep the pressure down, the total opposite, in other words, of Salazar's M-O. She's not the only one who got eating disorders from his approach. It's not about the weight; it's about the attitudes toward the weight.