how many days a week?

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Run 3 times a week, occasionally 4. Swim once a week, occasionally 2
Dec 2013
8:33am, 17 Dec 2013
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For mara training, I run 4 times per week - LSR on Sunday, easy run on Tuesday, tempo or intervals on Thursday, parkrun on Saturday. The only x-training I do is BMF on Saturday.

I know I'll never get to be a three-hour marathonner on 4 runs and 30-35 miles a week but I really don't have the time / inclination to run 55-80 miles a week.
Dec 2013
2:14pm, 18 Dec 2013
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Mostly 4 times a week - club session or intervals on Tuesday, mid-length run on Thursday, shorter run or another speed session on Saturday depending on whether I'm training for something specific, LSR on Sunday. I found fitting something else in at the weekend was the easiest way for me to build up, and I seem to be used to it now.

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