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Pembrokeshire Coast Path - Training
Pembrokeshire Coast Path Training
My training plan for this, while based on a Comrades schedule from The Lore of Running by Tim Noakes, is quite ah-hoc really.
I have to fit in my training around work and other activities at weekends, I am not focused / single-minded enough to follow any training schedule to the letter.In the first part of this year my weekly mileage has varied from about 12 miles for a couple of weeks up to over 60 for a couple of weeks.
I have done another weekend of over 50 miles in training, as I ran >25 miles the day before the Neolithic Marathon, then the marathon, slowly. I include the biking mileage but divide the mileage by 4 to get a rough running equivilent. I have no idea if this is the way equivalent mileage should be calculated.
This mileage does fluctuate significantly, but see my philosophy on my approach to running, and recovery and in general. Generally after a high mileage week I do less miles in the following week but I like to think that they are good quality ones, speed and hill training.