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Old 10-29-2004, 09:44 AM   #5
Robert Wolf
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I think these folks are looking for some form of "pan-aerobic" conditioning which involves the whole body. I think there is some wisdom in this but these folks buy completely into long slow efforts, 60% hr and the like.

I am listening to a CD from Joe Dillon right now (a friend loaned it to me). It is generally good stuff. More or less zone nutrition recomendations but long slow cardio (heavy hands features prominently here) and machine oriented weight training. It is better than nothing but it is a little sad that these guys could, with a little tweak, have something much better.
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