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Re: Various Running Articles
« Reply #150 on: December 14, 2018, 10:34:23 pm »
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small but great article, on the training/progression of a 4:05 miler:

http://raiderathletics.blogspot.com/p/training-405-high-school-miler.html

Peter Callahan's athlinks entry for his 4:05:

https://www.athlinks.com/event/6441/results/Event/93662/Course/132500/Entry/52764037



the blog has some great stuff on it, respect to this coach.

http://raiderathletics.blogspot.com/

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Re: Various Running Articles
« Reply #151 on: December 21, 2018, 04:55:38 pm »
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2018 bring back the mile, recap

https://www.bringbackthemile.com/news/detail/the_best_mile_moments_of_2018

ches's 3:49... jacob's 3:52 @ like 17.. c'mon now.



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Re: Various Running Articles
« Reply #154 on: January 17, 2019, 04:00:17 pm »
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http://www.letsrun.com/news/2019/01/parker-stinson-heads-to-the-houston-half-marathon-with-a-new-coach-dathan-ritzenhein/

interesting what Stinson says about Brad.. that's actually why i stopped following Brad on IG etc. he went from being someone who coached a large group, to just Allie's coach.. seemed to just ditch his group that he'd been coaching for so long. seemed foul.

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Stinson, 26, had been working with Hudson in Boulder since 2016, but heading into Chicago, he felt it might be time for a change as Hudson increasingly shifted his focus toward Allie Kieffer, the 2:28 marathoner who has finished 5th and 7th at the last two New York City Marathons.

“It was just a small group and I thought it was great and I thought everything was going well,” Stinson says. “But at some point, Brad, he just wasn’t excited about our group anymore and he was really excited about Allie. And if that’s what he wants to do, if that’s what makes him excited, I can’t blame him. But basically when I moved out there, it was to create a group, it was to be part of a group. And then in the last six months, four months, that’s not where his focus was.”

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Re: Various Running Articles
« Reply #155 on: June 01, 2019, 01:22:13 pm »
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nice quick article with RHONEX. slowly by slowly.

https://spikes.iaaf.org/post/rhonex-kipruto-slowly-by-slowly

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« Reply #156 on: June 08, 2019, 12:22:10 am »
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good stuff.

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“When you become a really good runner, maybe you go away to altitude for a few months a year,” said Drew. “You never post on social media what you’re doing. And then you come down and run these fast times, sure you’re going to have a fan base because you’re fast. But to actually walk out of a stadium and take time to sign autographs, take pictures with kids, give kids advice. That means the world to them.”

https://tempojournal.com/article/a-tinman-is-born/




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From what I gather, though, he likes to keep his athletes under control and leans more towards getting to the starting line of a race well-rested and maybe a touch under-prepared.

“You don’t get any real ‘oh shit I’m in shape’ workouts,” said Sam.