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Mark Wetmore

November 16, 2012

In this Running Times interview, Blake Theroux, a runner at CU, offers some insight into Mark Wetmore’s training philosophy:

Early-on in the season it’s pretty aerobic — long repeats, things like that. As it progresses closer to the national meet we get shorter, more into debt, working the lactic acid and the anaerobic side more and more. It’s basically just a steady progression from a focus on building aerobic capacity into building a more speed-specific fitness that we’ll need. All the work’s been done pretty much during the summertime and in September and early October as far as building the ability to carry your legs through the race. So now it’s mostly just making sure we’re fine-tuned and sharpened up, you know, ready to blast that last mile or last K.


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