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ChrisK
RE: LYDIARD OR DANIELS?
Okay when you talk about running down hill, but leaning into the hill...what do you mean?

It sounds like you would lean back in order to lean into a hill when running down.

I know the natural tendency is to lean back. If the hill is not too steep, I like to lean a tad forward, stand tall and over stride a bit, really snapping the push off. I pass people I cannot race against on the flat...

Picture the arm carriage - out for balance, chin up, slightly longer stride.

Also, this 3 x per week up hill work. I assume that that happens that often just during the hill phase. I think it would be advantageous to be fairly hill 'ready' before going 3 x per week into repeats. yes?

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