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Kim Stevenson
What a great message. Thanks for that. Who is this guy you talk about. He sounds as though he really UNDERSTOOD the whole deal.
I know I too have learned heaps on this thread, more than I have contributed.
I was talking to a buddy yesterday and said how neat it would be to visit Dr Daniels in 2008 and see the guys from '68, 40 years on. The knowledge that could be gained from that would be awesome.
Dr Daniels, How about inviting Peter Snell along as well ???
I know Arthur loved to share what he knew and that is one of the reasons I am on here.

Back to another question asked above by runstrong I believe.
It was about how 'quickly' do you get to 100 miles a week.
My approach, along with getting consistency of days. Is to gradualy work on increasing the long runs.
My own appraoch was to start at 12 miles until I could do that comfortably, then push out to 15 until I could do that comfortably, then to 18, then on to 20 to 22.
I really did it with time. It was a couple of old hands that dropped in the fact that I had covered a 'distance' but not to get hung up about it. Just get out and run.

Cheers Team.

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