row 2000 meters 9:01.5
row 1200 meters 4:15.8 (1:46.5)
row 8 x 100 meters/1 min 2:35.4 (1:37.1)
row 2000 meters 7:44.7
50 leg raises
The middle is where most people train. They do not go hard enough on the hard days, or easy enough on the easy days. The zone that appears to be a good compromise is actually a dead end. The thinking goes like this, "I don't have enough time to do all that Foundation work, it's too easy for me anyway because I'm such a stud. So I'll bump up the intensity. On the other hand I am not strong enough to go really heavy or fast so I won't do any truly intense work, which isn't safe anyway. But I can increase the volume at the less intense level I've chosen and that should make it work just as well as ..." This decision-making process starts with a lack of time paired to an unrealistic expectation made by someone who wants it both ways.
How well is it likely to work?
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