A half century ago a coach named Arthur Lydiard was conducting experiments, with himself as the lone subject, with the simple purpose of figuring out the best method to train distance runners. By the 1960 Olympics his athletes were the talk of the track and field world, confirming the efficacy of his training method. Lydiard's view on pre-race warm-ups were simple, as he states in Running the Lydiard Way (p.85-86):
How much can you gain by experimenting with your long run? Ask marathoner Andrew Huebner. After stalling out at 2:27 in his first two attempts, the 26-year-old New Hampshire native turned to local triathlon coach Shawn Crotto for advice while preparing for the 2014 Grandma's Marathon. The training seemed fairly standard until Crotto prescribed a 30-miler and a 32-miler in back-to-back weeks, complete with marathon-pace segments. “It was pretty nuts,” Huebner says.
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