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  Topic: Penn Relays
CHSMile

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PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Mon May 14, 2001 2:19 pm   Subject: Penn Relays
Shane Stroup ran 4:11 in the mile and 1:52 in the 800 at counties the other day....so good and only a junior. Was he always really good?
  Topic: Penn Relays
CHSMile

Replies: 4
Views: 28588

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Fri May 04, 2001 12:26 pm   Subject: Penn Relays
That's right, I do go to Centennial. My name is Steve. My season is going alright...by no means am I fast though. My school doesnt have any fast people currently except Kevin Ray, he runs 51.8 in the ...
  Topic: Penn Relays
CHSMile

Replies: 4
Views: 28588

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2001 2:16 pm   Subject: Penn Relays
Who watched the Penn Relays? MD had some excellent perfomers in there...particulary the 4*100 team from Oakland Mills and Shane Stroup from River Hill who ran in the mile...both of which got 2nd and ...
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Fri Apr 20, 2001 2:13 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
Thanks a lot Dan!
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2001 12:28 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
Can anyone post links to websites that have articles online about the Kenyan dominance in distance running? I need some good refrences for a research project. Thanks for the help.
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2001 12:14 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
a non-Kenyan DID win
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2001 10:43 am   Subject: Kenyan training methods
Ok. Just wondering seeing how it was the first time a non-Kenyan didn't win in 10 years. The race was also a huge boost for American Distance running do to the great performances from Cox and DeHaven ...
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2001 2:35 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
Did you see the South Korean win the Boston marathon?
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2001 12:48 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
So...Anyone think South Koreans have a genetic advantage?
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

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Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2001 5:37 am   Subject: Kenyan training methods
They wont necessarly get faster with each generation. There has to be some sort of circumstance that selects for only the fast in their habitat, then they would get progressively faster.
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2001 2:03 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
Do you believe that Kenyans have a genetic advantage?
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2001 6:26 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
It does seem like a good trade off to me too. Thats why it seems so funny to me that Americans dont do it. Isnt it true that at higher altitudes your heart is always forced to pump faster? So woudlnt ...
  Topic: Kenyan training methods
CHSMile

Replies: 276
Views: 577684

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2001 5:47 pm   Subject: Kenyan training methods
What are the benefits of running at 90% your max? What do you risk when you run at 90% your max?
  Topic: Can I improve?
CHSMile

Replies: 8
Views: 43844

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2001 7:30 am   Subject: Can I improve?
Good luck with your 4:30
  Topic: Can I improve?
CHSMile

Replies: 8
Views: 43844

PostForum: Training Talk   Posted: Sat Apr 07, 2001 4:45 pm   Subject: Can I improve?
I ran 7:20 in the mile at the start of indoor season this year, now I run 5:04 and am aiming for under 4:50. He can certainly drop 1:14.
 
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