sucka busta wrote:
What Racer1 nothing to say? That is what I thought. Guys like you are all the same asking great coaches advice that you have no way to comprehend or use in your own training. Why don't you all just wise and realize that the Kenyans are superior both by genetic and pharmaceutical means.
I am amused to see a training-related jab from you, "sucka busta", as you have led us all to believe that your idea of "top training" consists in jabbing oneself in various orifices with needles.
As much as you may celebrate your status as a dual drug addict/runner (if you even run), I have every confidence that I know more than you about training and how to apply it in real world applications.
As for your final "suggestion," I have 3 for you:
1. Go to Kenya and train with the athletes. Watch them work and watch them compete without drugs. Install video cameras in the team rooms if you must. Then you will see that Bekele and Sihine, doing 7K time trials at altitude passing 5K in 13:22, do it off hard work and nothing more.
2. Genetics? You frame this as though one is "cheating" based on the endurance qualities bestowed them by their parents.
Like most everything you say, this is ludicrous.
3. Grow up. Spend some time doing something more with your life than maligning strangers who have accomplished more than you can ever dream of. You are despicable for what you say and sadly, you do not even see it.