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PurdueGrad
RE: Mr. Renato Canova: Could You Please Answer a Question About Effective Ways to Improve the Lactate Threshold?
Marius I applaud your great year! The question I have for you is this:

You are a 5000m runner. This event is about 90% aerobic where you are extremely strong. However when you race the 5000m you are not in the aerobic zone. I understand how making your AeT close to your AT is very important to all paces but this seems more Marathon or 1/2 marathon specific (even 10,000). How does your body respond to surges during 5000m competition that are very anerobic. How do you address the Idea that your lactate concentrations during the 5000m (4:10 per mile for you, Damn fast:) )are much higher than during your training at 4:40 per mile at 3.0 mmol if I understand what you have seen from you training.

I'm not trying to put down your training at all. I want to understand it better.

PurdueGrad

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