Could I do the session right?
I do my own sessions, my requirements are very different from yours. Do you understand that?
That statement was non-applicable to the argument.
Don't go getting flustered on me now.
I'll re-iterate: when I say "doing the session 'right'", I mean, at the proper, intended effort, as prescribed, etc.
It has nothing to do with if you're "good/smart enough" to do the session "right", or whether it's a session for speed guys or a session for endurance guys or a session that you do or a session that I do, or a session that meets your "requirments" or doesn't, etc.
Just doing the session, as it was designed.
For the 1:50 guys this session was intended for, it would be pretty aerobic (how it's designed to be).
For someone in the 2:00 range, it would be a tad fast for the desired effect. It would still do something for the 2:00 guy, but not the same thing that it does for the 1:50 guy. So if the 2:00 guy wanted to get the same effect from the session as the 1:50 guys do, he would have to slow it down a bit. Hopefully that was explicit enough. IMO I'm being borderline pedantic... but whatever...