[i]Originally posted by 400Stud[/i]
Some serious burnout. You need to calm down there killer and take a break.
BTW – where in AZ are you?
I need your help.
Remember the two girls I was telling you about in another topic that ran hard all week because of another coach against my better judgement. Well the s. . . . hit the fan today.
The freshman girl that I told you ran the 100, 200, and LJ in a dual meet on Tuesday ran a horrible 4 x 200 leg today. Two weeks ago she split 26.5. . . . today she split 29.0 on the pop off leg. She also had terrible reaction time in both of her races. Is this in any way due to CNS fatigue?
The hurdler that I told you ran hard all week also didn't run too well. she ran roughly 1.5 seconds slower than what she normally runs. She also had bad reaction time in her races. Is this also due to CNS fatigue?
My main question is (along with what I just typed) is. . .
If this IS in fact caused by CNS fatigue, is there anything I can do to help them recover from this? And also, I remember you mentioning something about something you could do for 10-14 days to help recover from it. Please help me out. Any and ALL comments are welcome and needed (from anyone who cares to reply).