Re: Van Aaken + Lydiard
- From: pithydoug <dfreese@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 16:20:30 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 6, 12:52 pm, EDWARD EDMONDS <edward.edmo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 11/6/2009 4:42 PM, EDWARD EDMONDS wrote:
I would interested in what would the results would be if instead of
Lydiard's aerobic base building you did Aaken's and then topped off the
cake with ALL of Lydiards final phases,
Why not mix in Daniels, Glover, Pfitzinger, etc and set up a monstrous
menu. One from column A two from column B. If your looking into
Lydiard you may wnat to take a look at Keith Livingstone's 'Healthy
Intelligent Training." Lydiard was hazy in some of his written stuff
so this book was written to clear up the haze. I have the book but
have yet to get passed page 40. So little time to read.
In general I like the direction you are taking in that a collage may
be your answer. Nothing says that "your" answer can't be a mixture.
I remember 20 some years ago doing something similar for marathons. I
ended up with blend of 3-4 different programs. While there are
similarities with all of them, there are enough differences to provide
choice bur sometimes with choice comes confusion.
Good luck with your titling Mr. Quixote! ;)
Squire - Sancho Panza
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