Good sound training that result in positive training adaptations’ has a basic rhythm of work to rest. Bill Bowerman had a basic paradigm that he strictly followed, a hard day followed by an easy day. For many years I strictly followed that rhythm, and then I go smart and tried to find ways to push the envelope. I think that some of the results were more spectacular but overall more inconsis
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