For thousands of years the 4-minute mile was considered not merely unreachable but, according to physiologists of the time, dangerous to the athlete’s health who attempted to reach it.
After his failure at the 1952 Olympics, Roger Bannister spent months deciding whether to give up running. He decided to continue and set himself a new goal: To be the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.
It has been said that, “If you want something different, DO something different.” Bannister didn’t continue to train the way he and others trained in the past; he did something different. Bannister intensified his training using a different running protocol known today as intervals.
On the Iffley Road Track at Oxford, on May 6, 1954, in a race commented on by Harold Abrahams, of Chariots of Fire fame, Roger Bannister ran the course in 3 minutes and 59 seconds.
Within the following years others followed and today many have broken the 4-minute mile. Interval training is now considered by many strength coaches to be the zenith of cardiovascular conditioning.
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