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Irrelevant observation wrote:

mooonshot wrote:

You watch these races and note how out-dated the training methodologies of Coe were back in the 1980's. He was constantly straining when he raced 1500m, never comfortable. Watch how Cheruiyot and Jakob are finishing up this race - complete relaxation due to the amount of proper training of speed and strength. Coe relied way too much on his speed, since he could never run a fast 3000/5000. Both Cheruiyot and Jakob could threaten 13:00, whereas Coe could only threaten 14:00. Not hating on Peter Coe's training, but just a completely out-dated system for maximal performance over 1500-5000m.

He was training for the 8 and 15 and broke 3:30. When those guys attempt the same double, come back and critique.

Irrelevant, I'm going to add on to your comment:
He was training for the 8 and 15 and broke 3:30 and ran 1:41, a WR that stood for over a decade. I'd say Coe maximized his performance ! moonshot, you're way off.

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