mary cain is growing up fast

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2019-09-26
Mary Kane stands near the starting line, with 31 other high-
A school girl on a runway in Greensboro. C.
Wait for the 4x800 m relay national championship on June 2011.
They have long ponytails and soft bodies that hold the racing numbers to their hips and none of the girls look like --
But Kaine, a freshman, doesn\'t look that much.
She was wearing hot pink shorts and a black sports bra, and her impatient embarrassment at the age of 15 made her shoulder slumped down.
The first two runners from Bronx, NYY.
Kane\'s hometown, which runs 800 of them-meter splits (
Less than half a mile)
2 minutes, 13 seconds, 2 minutes, 14 seconds.
Two runners, from Bishop guerrilla Track Club in New Hampshire and Achilles Track Club in North Carolina, recorded the time in one second because 2: 13 is how long it takes for a good woman
The school athletes have to finish the track in two laps.
The third Bronx runner faded slightly and ran 800 metres at 2: 18.
This made anchor Kane shake her legs and wait on the matte black oval.
800 is a devastating game.
Runners try to get out and then try to keep pace as they show their will.
In the first six and a half laps of those eight laps
Circle relay, announcer like horse racing, boldly call this activity
\"Bishop gating! Bronxville! Achilles! ” —
This means that anyone can win.
But soon after Kane took over the baton, the game became lost.
Everyone is running at a speed.
Eyes down, body tilted forward
Run in another place
It\'s like watching a turntable with a rotating record at 33 degrees r. p. m.
And one at 45 in the morning. p. m.
It disturbs the brain.
Kane finished her first lap in 58 seconds, half a second slower than Roger Bannister ran his first lap in Oxford in May 6, 1954, when he became the first to break fourminute mile.
The announcer was shocked and began to shout, \"Brownsville! Mary Cain! Bronxville! Mary Cain!
\"Every once in a while.
She ran 800. 74.
Kane has been fast.
In the fifth grade, she ran 6: 15 miles.
Kane\'s father, Charlie, is an anesthesia teacher who knows very little about track, so he has to ask Mary\'s PE teacher if it\'s good.
In the seventh grade, she ran a mile at 5: 03. a self-Description nerd-
\"What is everyone like? !
This should not happen.
In ninth grade, Kane won 1,500 in New York state.
Broke the record of a freshman.
In the summer after her sophomore year, she flew to Barcelona for the World Youth Championship and ran 1,500 at 4: 11.
01, hit a new high in the United States-
Record of girls\' admission.
Prodigy is not suitable by definition.
Like Sean White and Michael Phelps, Kane was not accepted by her sports peers.
When Kane was a sophomore, high school.
The school sports department decided that she would better train with the male coach.
But according to senior New York officials
School sports stipulates that if a girl trains only with a boy, she cannot compete with the girl.
The school did not want to take the risk of Kane\'s qualification, and at the beginning of her junior year, she returned to training under the guidance of the women\'s coach.
However, Kane has surpassed her so farschool program.
Her needs are so different from the needs of other runners that the coach has not even prescribed for her exercise for reasons no one will talk about.
\"She will practice and do her own thing,\" her father told me . \".
\"As a parent of a child with all these potential, it\'s heartbreaking to see that she\'s not getting any guidance at all.
One night in October 2012, Kane was lying in bed.
She likes to sleep 12 hours a night.
The phone rang at home.
Cain\'s mother is also called Mary.
A man who claims to be a legendary athlete and coach of Alberto Salazar is lining up.
At first, she thought the phone was a prank.
But Salazar explained that he recently watched his daughter\'s running video in Barcelona.
Salazar says Cain has an obsession with the body.
The body is very mechanical enough to make her the best in the world, but her upper body needs to work.
In particular, if she wants to reach her potential, she needs to bring her left elbow closer to her body, swinging back and forth rather than sticking out her torso.
He called her elbow \"chicken wings \".
When Kane\'s mother realized that the caller was indeed Salazar, she was very pleased.
Cairns is Catholic because it is Salazar.
Did God send Salazar?
Over the next month, Mary talked several times with her parents and Salazar.
Salazar asked Kane what she liked most about running.
\"Win and break the record,\" she said . \".
The 56-year-old Salazar is the coach of the Nike Oregon program, a professional team of elite runners --
Including Mofarah in the middle. and long-distance star —
Outside Portland, Oregon.
The goal of the program is for athletes to beat the best runners in the world fast enough.
He set up the team in 2002, and a year ago the top American runners at the Boston Marathon finished the game in a frustrating sixth place.
There was only one Salazar attack on one person before.
Student: Galen Rupp, who goes to the same high school as Salazar\'s son.
Their coaching relationship began at the age of 14.
He\'s 28 years old.
Holders at 10,000 m.
Salazar vowed never to host a young student.
Teenagers work hard.
Nevertheless, he could not give up his guidance to Kane and agreed to train her remotely.
He thought she was \"running around like a pony, a deer or something \".
But he also believes she has \"as much talent as any young athlete I \'ve ever seen in my running career \".
The last truly dominant American Girl was Mary Decker, who became a track and field star in 1973 --
14 years old, weighing 89 pounds
When she won 800 m in Minsk against the Soviet Union.
Dekel worked tirelessly in high school.
Even after a tough game, she rarely takes a day off.
During the 1974 season, champion Steve Prefontaine told reporters he was worried that \"her future might be gone \".
\"He called her when she was 16 years old, shortly before he died in a car accident, and he urged her to relax.
During her career, Decker set 36 national records and 17 official and unofficial world records.
She also experienced more than 20 surgeries with multiple stress fractures in her feet and calves.
Salazar told me that she was \"a horse race that didn\'t flinch.
In hindsight, the injury was predictable.
If a female athlete pushes too hard and does not eat enough when she is a teenager, her body may not develop the fat needed to produce enough hormones to trigger menstruation and strong bones.
In 1992, the American School of Sports Medicine solved the problem and defined
Known as the triad of female athletes: eating disorders (
The idea from inside is to lose weight equal to faster), amenorrhea (
Insufficient menstrual period)
And osteoporosis (
Bone deterioration). Later the N. C. A. A.
Start to encourage the coach to consider any injury to an athlete with signs of a triad until she is approved by a medical professional to participate in the competition.
Long-term concern
The long-term impact of intense exercise training on health is now particularly important.
Nearly 500,000 American girls competed in track and field last year.
Kane is certainly an exception.
She broke the record that has existed for more than 20 years, broke several of them, broke the record of more than six seconds, which is the eternal track.
But she is also part of a fast-moving group of American girls.
At 2001, only two high.
The school girl ran 1,600 metres below 4: 50, and only one ran faster than 4: 45.
Last year, 46 girls ran faster than 4: 50;
At 4: 45.
This increase in speed is an inevitable result of girls\' growth, not just after the passage of Chapter 9 in 1972, when schools began to rush to develop girls\' sports programs to comply with the law, but decades later, after these projects have matured.
Coaches no longer tend to baby female runners, assuming they can\'t get so much training like boys do.
Outdated ideas are gone too, and the best way to get a girl to run faster is to make her thinner so that her weight on the track is reduced.
The main idea now is that girls, like all other runners, should be trained to be very strong by lifting weights.
The operating mechanism is quite simple: the speed comes from 1 feet hitting the ground, loading the energy like a spring, and then exploding with a propulsion force.
Sprinter has been training strength for many years.
Recently, this focus has spread to the middle.
Long-distance runners, even marathon runners.
All Oregon project runners do squat and weight lifting, and some weigh twice as much as they do.
From the moment Salazar started coaching Kane, he began to slowly develop her talent for many years, to train her if necessary, to stop her, the goal is to make her peak when she is around 25.
All exercise training relies on careful balance of physical stress and rest and is controlled by progressive exercise
Overload principle.
It believes that if an athlete puts himself slightly from her comfort zone
Increase the distance she runs, the speed of the sprint, or the weight of her weight lifting --
Then, once she takes a break and recovers from her workout, she will be stronger or faster than before.
But this adaptation, or so-called over-compensation, only lasts for a very short time.
The key is to apply training pressure again at that window to stimulate more adaptation and increase fitness.
While Kane was still in high school, Salazar sent a former Olympian from New Zealand, John Henwood, to oversee her training.
His work involves encouraging Kane to work hard and embrace discomfort, but also making sure she doesn\'t \"cross the red line\" as salacha says, and the speed or mileage increases too fast.
Cain responded well to Salazar\'s plan.
At least it can be said that.
On 2013, under his guidance, she seemed to have broken the record every weekend.
She broke 1,500 of American girls-meter record.
She broke the American teenager 800-
Rice Records, became the first girl to do so in less than two minutes. She ran a 4:32.
78 miles indoors, breaking the height of American girls
School records set 41 years ago.
In the same year, she broke her record with four seconds.
Kane described the season in a rather understatement \"very interesting \".
After the game, she will be interviewed by the track media who dote on their children, who often hold her stuffed duck puddles.
Salazar\'s cautious approach to Cain stems from his determination not to repeat the mistakes he made at his peak: burning extraordinary talents in the early days of life with his own strength
Destructive fierce drives and moreis-
Better training concept.
In 1982, the 23-year-old Salazar recorded the United States in 5,000 and 10,000.
He also won the third consecutive race between the Boston Marathon and the New York Marathon.
But, he wrote in his memoir, he \"lives an overactive life and, as far as I\'m concerned, he\'s a drug or alcohol addict.
In Salazar\'s talent, he is particularly good at surpassing the talent of Tim Knox, honorary professor of sports and sports science at the University of Cape Town, and he is also the author of \"running knowledge\", calling the central governor, part of the brain, telling a person that the body has little fuel or is accumulating toxic by-products like lactic acid, needs to slow down.
The system is launched in a preventive manner, creating a terrible sense of fatigue before the body fails.
Elite athletes are good at ignoring the signals sent by the central government and overcoming fatigue.
Salazar sometimes runs out of the game and he needs an IV.
On 1978, at the age of 19, at the end of the Falmouth Road Race in Cape Cod, he collapsed and his body temperature soared to 107 degrees, and a priest read out the final ceremony.
Years later, still close to the beginning of a career, Salazar\'s body stopped responding to progress
Overload principle.
In the 1984 Olympic marathon held in Los Angeles, the favorite winning Salazar ended with disappointing results on the 15 th.
For the rest of his 20 s and 30 s, he suffered a string of respiratory infections.
He felt an unshakable exhaustion.
He can\'t run at all.
Endurance athletes refer to this phenomenon as overtraining syndrome, a well-documented but under-understood disease that is the result of excessive exercise and too little rest.
The immune and endocrine systems of Salazar have failed;
He got frustrated.
In the end, he recovered enough physical strength to train and win the victory for Comrade omalaton of South Africa in 1994.
However, he has never recovered all of his athletic abilities and has never won an important marathon.
It is located on the Nike campus in Beaverton, Oregon.
The place Kane is training now, feels like the afterlife of sports: beautiful swimming pool, Sunshine
Beach volleyball court, sparkling gym on several acres.
One day in last October, Salazar, who kept a spirit, rolled around the energy, wore unframed glasses with dignity, let Kane run for 1,200 seconds, about 4 minutes per second
In her last year of high school, Kane decided to give up N. C. A. A.
Qualification and career correction, which is the standard choice for top young athletes in sports like tennis, but very unconventional on the track.
But Kane knows what she wants.
Dress up to win the game
She believes Salazar is the best way to achieve this.
\"In Africa, Europe, Asia, they are professionals and the fact is, they are the ones who kick our ass,\" she said . \".
\"Maybe they did the right thing.
Kane lives an enviable life for professional athletes.
She runs every day.
On the Nike track, there are three days of hard work every week, and there are lush woods everywhere.
She was at Portland University the other day (about a 15-
A few minutes drive from Beaverton)
She\'s a student place.
Few people on campus know she\'s a world.
A professional athlete suitable for her.
Kane lives in a single dorm with more than a dozen pairs of running shoes, the Jane Austen novel she reads for fun, and she is still reading a snapshot of her high school Bronxville boyfriend, there is also a small tent where she puts her head in while sleeping, imitating the low one.
Oxygen atmosphere found at high altitude. (
Some runners think there is less breathing.
Oxygen air will improve their performance. )
She looks a bit like Chelsea Clinton in her tight jeans and a shoulder jumper.
But when Kane took off her vest and shorts and started running, she changed.
She walked at the fastest pace of hypnosis.
Her legs are spectacular, with muscles piled up on her legs, but silky sheaths wrapped in young skin.
Now that Cain is 18 years old, Salazar\'s training volume and intensity are about 85% of his older runners.
She runs 70 miles a week, while others, including Mo Farah, run 90 miles or more a week.
It takes years of adaptation to make the connected tissue and small stabilizer muscles of the body\'s legs, pelvis and back durable enough to withstand the extreme mileage of old runners.
This also requires experience to develop the ability to distinguish this pain, which is a necessary part of training and should be tolerated from the signals of the initial injury.
The best time for Kane at 1,500 is 4: 04. 62.
When I asked Salazar how fast he thought Cain would run one day, he said: \"I am very confident that she can run at 3: 55.
Maybe somewhere in the range of 3: 52.
\"But the speed of 3: 52 is not enough to break the world record of 3: 50. 46.
This sign was created by Qu Yunxia in 1993. he participated in a Chinese national team and after breaking three world records at a meeting, he aroused widespread suspicion of the use of steroids, not even after last year\'s Olympic Games.
The record of women in the world is the longest.
Participate in all sports
Most people, like Qu, were founded in the early 1980 s and 90 s, in the era of a country --
Soviet-sponsored doping
Many people are now considered unbreakable.
For a woman who runs 1,500 metres indoors, the best cleaning time is 3: 55.
Filmed on 2014 by the esbian player Genzebe Dibaba.
But Kane is looking for suspicious dirty records outside of her sight.
\"I want to break them more because I know they are likely to not do well,\" she said.
\"For 18 years, no woman has run 1,500 kilometers at 3: 52.
To coach Kane there, Salazar intends to plan and monitor all aspects of her athletic life over the next decade.
Darren Treasure, a sports psychologist at the Oregon program, often talks or texts with Kane to check her thoughts --
Set up and her workout schedule.
The Oregon program\'s strength coach and physical therapist David McHenry believes that the runner\'s body, like the Indian car, needs vigilant maintenance.
He regularly checks Kane\'s power and action imbalance and analyzes the data she generates while running on a treadmill with OptoGait data
The acquisition system, which uses a timing sensor to collect her stride information, including the time each foot is in contact with the ground.
This process helps McHenry to identify problems such as ankles.
Before causing plantar fasciitis or tendonitis of the Achilles tendon, joint dysfunction keeps runners healthy and keeps running.
In the three years leading up to the 2012 Olympic Games, Mo Farah and Garen Rupp missed less than 20 days of training in total.
At the Olympic Games, Farah won gold and silver medals in the 10,000-meter race.
After Kane finished her 1,200 seconds, Salazar placed an orange cone on the green lawn in honor of the 80-year-old
She sprinted the meter.
Kane\'s knee was high in front and her heel almost rose to her hip and was blown up in the first game of 11 years. 2 seconds. “Thumbs up!
Salazar corrected the position of Kane\'s hand and shouted.
Then he turned to me like a proud father.
\"There are no other 1,500 runners who can sprint like this.
That\'s how you won the medal!
\"Part of the reason why Kane is different is her kick, her back --end speed.
Salazar wrote in his memoir that this is an exciting, perhaps even dangerous talent that stems from \"every time your body and mind are prompted to order you to slow down, you are willing to run the fastest.
Despite her kick, Kane had a hard winter.
At the Armory athletics Invitational in New York on January, Kane ranked fifth in the 800-meter race.
In February, also at Wanamaker Mile in the Armory, she won eighth place.
Kane said to me: \"The sooner I experience the pain of these growth, the better I will live in the long run . \"
She knew she was the last.
When she decides to skip the college track, experienced athletes are in line, as anyone can see, when she and her competitors stand side by side in the middle of them --
The more mature runners shape the body in sports; Cain does not.
\"No one will say, I want to be the fourth --
The best people, \"she said.
\"We all want to be. 1.
She still enjoys a good position until last year.
Now, she is no longer a child, no longer an adult, no longer the fastest among a group of fast young women, waiting for a slow coming future.
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