1967 Continues to train hard. 2 years later, over-trains again. Gets injured again.
1967年 他继续努力训练 两年之后再次训练过度 又再次受伤
And once again, for over a month he can't run at all and then enters the Belgium marathon.
Breaks his own personal best, breaks the world record:
2 hours 8 minute and 33 seconds, a world record, world best that holds for 12 years.
两小时8分33秒 世界纪录 保持了12年的世界纪录
This is when trainers and athletes began to understand the importance of tapering,
the importance of taking time off, the importance of recovery.
There can be too much of a good thing. Very similar story. Joan Benoit.
有时过犹不及 很相似的故事 琼·贝罗蒂
Ended up winning the 1984 Los Angeles Marathon after having been injured and having, was forced to take time off.
最终赢得了1984年洛杉矶马拉松 在受伤了 被迫休息之后
The Danish Soccer team. Another example. I think that's 1991.
还有丹麦足球队 另一个例子 我想应该是1991年
Ended up winning the European Championship after being out of the competition,
being brought in the last minute because Yugoslavia was just breaking apart at the time.
So they came in as a replacement for Yugoslavia, literally taking the Danish team
after it was eliminated from prelims, bringing them from the beach to play the tournament.
But they had recovered, they were refresh, they were ready to go.
因为他们恢复了 振作了 于是他们准备好了
Recovery is important in sports. It's important on the psychological level.
OK. So exercise is good. It's the wonder drug.
The first part of the cocktail, I would argue, well, one of the most important ones.
And yet, most people, not at Harvard necessary, but most people around the world don't exercise.
然而很多人 不仅仅在哈佛 世界上很多人都不锻炼