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RE: A good coach should NEVER tell a runner to "slow down" during practice
This is very, very wrong. Anyone who's ever "felt good" and decided to turn that 6x1 at threshold pace into a 8x1 at 10k pace, and then bombed the next few workouts, or ended up with a persistent cold, knows this is very, very wrong. The human body is a machine and like any machine needs to be finely tuned. You go with the science, not "the flow".

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