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Kenya trainer Renato Canova ditch the old km-hours/year method in favour of finding the right speed/loadHits: 682
Bjørn-Olav Kvidal [NemoEtomer]
on 2017-21-11 19:24
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Renato Canova holds heavy lactate during many quality training is the key to
handle lactate as an energy source. This is far more efficient than having
intervals with long rest or long distance running over extremely long time
without or with very little lactate. The heavy quality runs or trainings
sessions with hills, plyometrics (explosive elasticity training) or different
loads on weight training will still be there now and then to "exploit" the
progress of lactate training or test runs on different distances.

As far as I understand is Canova holding two days of easier days after a hard
session.

When most runners, cross country skiers, cyclists or swimmers before based the
training of reaching certain number of km and hours Renato Canova holds the
first step is to develop speed for shorter distances and from there go for the
aimed speed on longer distances both in intervals and distance training. The
result has made progress with some 2.03 in marathon and a time below 27
minutes in 10.000m for male runners.

Read more here:

http://www.letsrun.com/news/2016/04/one-week-three-workouts-behind-scenes-
renato-canova-florence-kiplagat-thomas-longosiwa-jairus-birech/

(Maybe the links will be broken so put it together to get the website.)

https://runningscience.co.za/elite-athletes-training-log/renato-canova/

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8SwwKGiP-3HMEtNb01JOVpGclE/view


Some more scientific views:
http://www.runningwritings.com/2011/10/when-threshold-training-isnt-
threshold.html


In the 1960's Arthur Lydiard from New Zealand won support for his massive
training based upon the idea of increasing the circulation capacity of the
arteries from heart to the body and veins carrying blood from the body to the
heart.

His pyramid structure of long distance training made huge progress simply
because the runners of the 1950's and earlier trained too little longer
distances from 800m and longer.

Today we know that the whole point of huge volume was due to the easy
restitution training in the first training session after a heavy training
session. This occurs either 10-12 hours after a heavy training earlier in the
day or in the early morning at the first training session the day after a
heavy training late the day before.

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Since long distance training with lactate tear away the fast fibres I hold the
solution is to put some tough sessions with extra high pressure, long rest
with far fewer repetitions.


Bjorn-Olav Kvidal,
Stockholm

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