The key difference between Brian Sell and Catherine Ndereba is not the amount of mileage their individual bodies can handle. It is how they respond to the messages that their bodies send them. When in the past Ndereba ran more than 100 miles per week, she felt uncomfortable and deemed that feeling unacceptable, so she set a 100-miles-per-week cap on her running volume.
Judging by his own remarks, Sell is not any more comfortable running 140 to 160 miles per week than Ndereba was at 105 or 110. But apparently the idea that he would run better if his training made him less miserable did not cross his mind. Ndereba kept her training enjoyable and has kept running at her peak level into her late 30s. Sell seems to have allowed himself to not enjoy his training much for weeks or months at a time, and his prime ended before his 20s did.
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