Thanks prince, i have already read the article before. I disagree with some of it, but that is another matter. My approach has worked well. Other people have attained results doing different methods, but we all take a similiar approach. We all shift from quantity to quality, focusing on getting faster, and from a terminology standpoint I could care less. My science background while not “accredited” is quite on par with the best scientists in the world (my chance to be arrogant), I don’t have the world class facilities or equipment to do measurements. I do have the ability to make craziest things you’ve ever heard of work. Right now I am honing my skills as a short sprint coach.
The USATF has done well in creating world class sprinters, but above 800 meters they have failed miserably. I am not the answer, because I am still learning and don’t consider myself a great distance coach. In time I may make a decent coach of 800 & 1500m. The USATF does have facilities however, the USOC does as well, and so do about 45 universities, and about 30 research hospitals. What I would propose to them would be ridiculed as Cerutty-like, but where are their results? Why are the Kenyans so good? They run themselves into the dirt. Take a look at how we pamper ourselves and you’ll find the problem.