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in: Jan Erik Naess; Jan Erik Naess > 2016-10-03

Oct 5, 2016 9:30 AM # 
Tim C:
Don't think there's a specific limit, just depends on how consistent your training is and how your body handles the distance.

This is what seems to have worked for me the last few years:

-Run on road/hard surfaces as little as possible
-Dont increase your mileage too suddenly
-Listen to your body. If you're sore/ tired take an easy day or two
Oct 6, 2016 4:16 PM # 
You are an elite athlete so sustainability is not really an option. Kind of joking but not. Will send an e-mail with some suggestions.
Oct 7, 2016 1:30 PM # 
Jan Erik Naess:
Yeah, I guess in the long run I need to be able to know what level of medium intensity that I can do, But as Sudden said I also need to know how to put on and take off high intensity training so that it works with my schedule.

Thanks Hans, I'd really appreciate your advise

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