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Thoughts on the thin edge of finding peak form
« on: October 24, 2017, 14:59 »
I've brought up the topic of peak form as a sidebar in other threads. It is a delicate state, and harder to find than many think . . .

This quote from a post by Michael Woods describes it well:
. . .  We were lean, we were hungry, and the outcome of our efforts was either going to ruin us or leave us at our true peak — that fleeting moment that occurs every so often in an athlete’s career. That rare height, where your ability to endure is only outdone by the speed at which you can propel yourself forward,

The rest of the post is worthy of a read, for an inside view. Well-written.
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