By Robert Byrne
The supplement to Byrne’s normal ebook of Pool and Billiards, this quantity comprises transparent causes and invaluable diagrams for knowledgeable avid gamers who desire to ideal their online game. Illustrations.
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Among the elites surveyed, the figure is almost 85 percent. Janis Klecker, 1992 Olympic Marathon Trial winner, notes six stress fractures, one more than author Joan Ullyot. This is what all runners fear most: the injury that never heals. But these occasional ventures must be separated by returns to your comfort zone. Most of them recover, many run better than ever after the injury, and some of them learn not to repeat past mistakes. Lorraine Moller had a heel operation before winning her Olympic medal in the marathon.
At faster paces, these runs become too much like the race itself—and require long recovery periods that interrupt regular training.
Other training days: three or four easy runs of 30 to 45 minutes each, with walking breaks optional. Rest days: two or three with no running, but possibly crosstraining. Run this distance nonstop, at your projected marathon pace or slightly faster. Other training days: four to five easy runs of 30 to 60 minutes each. Rest days: one or two with no running, but possibly crosstraining. Run about one minute per mile slower than your projected marathon pace. Fast day: one to threemile run at current 10K race pace (this may be broken into shorter intervals that total one to three miles, not counting recovery periods).
Byrne's Advanced Technique in Pool and Billiards by Robert Byrne