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abraham chebii
RE: Ridiculous: It's almost March and Nike still hasn't released sub-2 details - still continues to milk RW for free pub

The advice the Nike team gave his coach: Focus on accumulating more volume in the training zone between lactate threshold and lactate turnpoint, with tempo runs, fast steady runs, and long intervals lasting between three and ten minutes. While the other two runners have a big endurance base but still need to add speed, Tadese has all the speed he needs but should work on sustainability.

Because coaching by lab test and scientific theory was a glorious success with the low mileage Americans of the nineties and early 2000s.

Whatever the numbers say, I've watched Kipchoge and Tadese run and it's obvious who has more speed.

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