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It's criminal that this thread lies dormant for so long. It deserves to be displayed in a museum.

How's Nobinski?

The thread topic is Lydiard / Daniels.

Mr Daniels, if you are lurking: Is training constantly changing? Do some countries get left behind when it comes to new training developments / approaches?

I cannot help thinking that the psychology of racing at every distance does change over decades. 10000m is middle distance now. 1500m is sub 55sec per lap. These are huge leaps from "the good old days". The mentality is different now, and surely that must drive some "modern training methods". We see new things coming from certain countries / coaches. Other countries may not be so accepting of new training methods, and maybe they get left behind. Science and psychology are leading the way. Training has always developed over the decades, and will continue to develop, surely?

Anyway, here's hoping that this thread continues to grow.

Darren Skuja

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