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 Arthur Lydiard - “The idea that you can't lose contact with the leaders has cut more throats than it has saved.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “If you want to be a successful runner, you have to consider everything. It's no good just thinking about endurance and not to develop fine speed.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “No one will burn out doing aerobic running. It is too much anaerobic running, which the American scholastic athletic system tends to put young athletes through, that burns them out.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “Your aerobic development is a gradual thing. It takes years and years of marathon-type training to develop your aerobic capacity to the fullest.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “It's a lot of hard work for five, six or seven years. There's no secret formula. There's no shortcut to the top.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “It's just a matter of understanding what's necessary and discipline yourself to do it.”
 Arthur Lydiard - “Encourage kids to enjoy running and play in athletics. Don't force them to run too much competition.”