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Training All Systems – Alberto Salazar (World Famous Coach)

Training All Systems – Alberto Salazar (World Famous Coach)

Rather than think: “My legs are starting to feel very tired. I don’t know if I can keep going”, turn the thought around and tell yourself: “The feeling in my legs is normal for the corresponding effort and I know I can push through the pain because I’ve done so before in previous races and training efforts.”

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Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

Mo Farah’s Coach: Alberto Salazar – Interview (Nike Cross Nationals) Part 2

“You have that 8-10 week intense level there and if we’ve got 4 weeks of tapering down to the race, the last five weeks right before that (9 weeks to 4 weeks out from competition) that’s where we’re at, our optimum level, in terms of the very fastest and hardest workouts, and I know that if I started that too early, like 3-4 weeks before that, we wouldn’t be able to hold it.”

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Mo Farah’s 5k/10k Training: 2 Week Blocks / 20 Week Cycles

Mo Farah’s 5k/10k Training: 2 Week Blocks / 20 Week Cycles

1. One short speed session per week year round. In the fall this can be hills and/or 200’s. The key is progression. If Mo wants to run 12×200 in 25.5 in August, he starts in late March/April (double periodisation) with 200’s in 29. Always a 200m jog between. The short speed day obviously gets tailored to the specific needs of the athlete as races approach (can be 400’s or a mix of short intervals)

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