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Originally Posted by fstrnu View Post
Sorry I missed this one because it started with side conversation. The idea is to minimize variability. Consistent conditions. Consistent diet. Consistent training. Consistent sleep quality. The inputs to the session have everything to do with goals for that session. Pace alone isn't enough. You need to manage all three programming variables.
Look I don't care if you want to be a BS artist but don't do it off of my posts because I'll feel insulted and point out where the BS is. In this case the BS is that "managing" those "programming variables" has absolutely anything to do with the points I was making to Hermes. They don't, because that variability invalidates your method, and you can't just say "keep everything consistent, even stuff that I don't know about" and expect that to dismiss it.

. You're just saying just buzzwords anyway. "Manage your life stress if you want to train properly" for example - don't even pretend that we're suckers enough to let a pretend fitness guru go there.
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