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Old 10-26-2010, 05:40 PM   #7
Derek Weaver
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If Chris McCormack came to you and said “I want to win Kona this year (again)” how would you train him?
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I’d tell him I can’t train him. An athlete like that is such a specialist that it would take me 2-3 years just to get him moving correctly enough to handle what I wanted to do to him.
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Uhhh...what'd you do last year when you won the damn thing? Cool. Do that again.
Then again, I'm not very smart.
I just picked up on something else.
"..it would take me 2-3 years just to get him moving correctly enough to handle what I wanted to do to him."

What is he going to do to him?

A coach shouldn't be doing anything to his/her athletes right? Did I miss something growing up?
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