There will be no beast camp this year. I know, I know. You’re all gutted.
Because of the make up of the group this year I’m going to do something slightly different. We’re going to do some conditioning work, but only in terms of instruction. You’ll be given a schedule to complete in your own time.
The first four weeks are going to be very technical. We’re going to do all the drills, but to perfection. We’re also going to do some stability and preparation work.
But don’t despair, it’ll still be hard work. I don’t want you to worry!
Details will be posted on this site, including the conditioning work, flexibility work etc.
Great Britain 4x100m Relay at the Beijing World Championships 2015
I know it’s a football reference, and I haven’t watched a football match for many years, but the GB relay team has the same air of inevitability about it that an England Penalty shoot-out had. You just knew. It didn’t matter what your hopes were. You just knew.
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There was one person who wanted him to win, discounting the non-haters.
Justin Gatlin wanted Justin Gatlin to win.
Gatlin doesn’t understand why people hate him. People don’t understand why Gatlin is unrepentant and expects people to like him. In other words, they don’t understand why he doesn’t understand. I’ll try and clear it up for both parties with some biased pseudo-psychology.
What should have been the role he was born for, the IAAF presidency, he has instead inherited a poisoned chalice. The 2016 Olympics could be the most pivotal for track and field athletics in its history. The Russian systemic doping and the IAAF blood doping scandals, coupled with”The Justin Gatlin” situation have come together to create a perfect storm.