Interesting article, yet again. However, I couldn’t see how the sample 400m training had any examples of genuine speed or speed endurance sessions – . top speed with full recovery. Everything was run off short recoveries, suggesting that it was more about lactic tolerance and running at sub-maximal speeds off incomplete recoveries.
I’m confused, Jimson ;-) According to Khmel and Lester’s “Classification of Sprint Training Methods” there is zero speed or speed endurance work in those examples. Or have I missed the point?