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Old 02-17-2003, 07:36 AM   #1
Edward D. Friedman
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I am gradually immersing myself in the CrossFit methodology/philosophy. I understand & agree with Coach's view that endurance athletes are lacking in critical fitness components. I also am sensitive to the theories holding that L.S.D. (long slow distance,) "trains the chaos" out of cardiac & cellular function, and might very well be unhealthful.

Still, I enjoy, when I can, swimming laps, or walking with Exerstrider poles, or a long slow C2 row, etc...How do I keep these as a part of my life optimally?

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Old 02-17-2003, 10:51 AM   #2
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Just keep it varried...WOD and whenever you want some of these longer sessions. If you notice your max power, strength declining maybe back off on the LSD! lol! I have a few friends who LOVE long long runs, swims etc. It would be a huge loss of quality of life for them to discontinue these activities. Will they reach their 'ultimate althletic potential"? No...but they are happy. That is certianly worth a lot.
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