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HRE downunder say:

>I think that coaches and athletes are inclined to attribute their successes to whatever they've come to believe SHOULD account for their success and then explain their success in those terms, sort of minimizing other elements.<


I still have your Bill Adcocks book, sorry for the delay in getting that one back to you. It has made the rounds!

All due respect to jtupper, Arthur and all other "coaches" but in my view athletes like Adcocks, Hill, Bedford etc. were examples of the "experiment of one"

The best athletes are primarily responsible for themselves and Adcocks is a great example of that.

The more important aspect of becoming a greater runner does not lie in the detailed running program of one coach vs another. As you have observed there is always much more the same, no radical differences.

The important thing is to become inspired and that is what Adcocks is doing for other runners. Providing a template.

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