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Interesting – thanks for posting Ewen. As an M60 runner I have found high intensity intervals VO2 max, lactic acid tolerance duurlloopmisverstand, which we all used to do, too hard on the legs; more injuries. Thus my “speed” sessions nowdays are around 5km effort anaerobic threshold. I am experimenting with running intervals based on 5 km effort for set times e.
I will see how I progress, but already I am getting achilles issues, having a history of chronic achilles injury and scar tissue. In the past 2 years I just stuck to LSD and did manage 2 marathons in just on 4hours. It would be nice to run ‘faster’ again, but at least I am enjoying running in retirement.
You are in good form and it will be interesting to see the results of your Verheul Method of training. Yes, that’s extremely interesting. It seems to make a lot of sense. I agree that the fast intervals are hard on the legs and not optimally effective, but I’ve been doing them for 35 years and that’s our club’s weekly training session, so I can’t forego the addiction.
I’m wondering if these “slow” intervals 2 or 3 times a week would be good One question I have is — this program seems ok for 5K racing, but what about 10K and Half? I don’t think it’s enough mileage. Nev, that’s interesting re the achilles. The last time I had such niggles was in the ’80s. So far so good, but I’ve been very careful accelerating up to 5k pace from walking and in future will stick to the treadmill, flat ground or the grass track.
Bob, in your situation I’d find it hard to resist those weekly club intervals too. I think there could be benefits there for you. My legs felt fantastic during today’s trail race although I wasn’t running at full race effort. I think the shorter ones are better for ‘reactivity’ 15 x etc. Verheul’s runners in ‘the old days’ raced 10k. The winter Saturday fartlek session was 75 minutes to 1: All the websites are in Dutch so I’m not sure if the training is adapted for half marathoners.
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Saturday, July 29, The Verheul Method makes old legs feel young again. I’ve been running for almost 38 years yet only found out about ‘De Verheul methode’ this week. Am I slow, or what?! I’m excited about this discovery due to the possibility that training using this method will return springiness and with that, speed to ageing legs.
Het duurloopmisverstand : met de souplessemethode (Book, ) 
Young runners have natural spring and recoil in their tendons and muscles which sees them travel further with each stride. As we age our stride shortens ever so gradually year by year. This is even more noticeable with marathon runners who spend a lot of time doing the long runs that are necessary for marathon success.
I think Verheul training could be the secret to providing me with the fresh and springy legs I enjoyed at The Sydney Harbour 10k on a more permanent basis. The two runners had a duurloopimsverstand and relaxed technique which was commented upon in newspapers the next day, just as much as their shock defeat of race favourites Gerard heet Broke and Tonnie Luttikhold.
Verheul’s coaching philosophy was explained in a book written by Lok, “Het Duurloopmisverstand” The Misunderstanding of Endurance Runs. Verheul trained his runners with daily interval training, a gymnastics session, a weekly fartlek run in winter and weekly races.
Het duurloopmisverstand : met de souplessemethode
That sounds like torture! No, Verheul’s method is very different to the breathless, lactic acid burning pain that one thinks about on hearing the word ‘intervals’.
Verheul used short relaxed intervals with relatively lengthy and slow recoveries 1: The pace was fast enough to develop reactivity and economy but slow enough to be aerobic and repeatable day to day. Pace of the fast running was individualised and not prescribed, but typically, the fastest pace for a session of 10 x m was 5k race pace. Verheul believed that slow endurance runs developed a ‘heavy’ stride and long time ‘on stance’ while fast intense intervals undermined relaxation.
He also believed that heart rates above beats per minute other than in the weekly races of course “might add nothing to the development of the human organism and might be useless and maybe even detrimental. I used to achieve my highest recorded heart rates during a session of 5 x m — no wonder intervals were so hard!
I commenced my experiment with the Verheul Method on Wednesday with 10 x m on trails with a m recovery walk.
Maximum heart rate was way too high at which I put down to inexperience, enthusiasm and the hills. Thursday I ran 10 x m and 10 x m on the treadmill more controlled at 5k race effort and a maximum heart rate of Yesterday I ran 10 x m in the morning and a 5k race at lunch time in Obviously it’s early days and I need to fine tune my training in the coming weeks.
I think it will consist of easy morning ‘shake-out’ runs of 3k with afternoons of: I’ll let you know how things progress over the coming weeks.
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