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My advocacy here of repetitive training does show a bias toward nonlinear periodization and against Lydiardian periodization (as discussed in the last chapter). With its distinct phases, the Lydiardian approach is inherently less repetitive than the nonlinear approach. Or, more accurately, nonlinear periodization tends to put more variation into the training week and to have less week-toweek variation than Lydiard-style periodization does. I am not, however, suggesting that every competitive runner ought to use a more repetitive training program than those that most coaches and experts prescribe. I am merely presenting it as an option to consider. Switching from a highly varied training system to a more repetitive system has been beneficial for me and might be for others. That said, here’s the general approach I recommend: Early in a training cycle, when you perform the first session of each of your bread-and-butter workouts, don’t kill yourself. Just go hard but controlled to establish a benchmark. The next time you perform the same session, don’t try to demolish that standard; just shave it down a tick or two by trying a little harder. Continue in this manner until in the peak period of your training, you really have to turn yourself inside out to improve your key workout times. Among the noteworthy elite runners who use this approach is Deena Kastor, who has said that she holds back a little bit in her key workouts in the early part of a training cycle and then pushes harder and harder as she feels ready.The 2 Best ways to Strengthen and Stabilize the VMO (Vastus … Bestcelebritystyle

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