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i have four

easy
interval/hills
race
and what i call just run days (not easy, not hard, just run on how i feel)

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1. long runs - 1x/week
2. tempo runs - 1x/week
3. intervals - 1x/week
4. fartlek - Whenever / not scheduled
5. recovery/easy - Most of my runs are in this category and I rarely call them easy runs because running is never 'easy'. Sitting on the couch watching Springer and downing Pabst Blue Ribbon is 'easy'.

I don't specifically train for hills because every route that I have is hilly. It's just part of the GA terrain.
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Hills - 2x
Fartleks - 1-2x
LR - 1x
Regular Run - 1-3x
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Easy
Tempo
Long

I will be starting intervals this spring.
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Long run
Recovery/easy
Quality (1/wk) (tempo, intervals, pace, time trial or race)
Trail
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short/fast
long/slow
intervals
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Recovery
Tempo
Hills
Striders
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Long
Easy/recovery
Race
Tempo
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Regular (most people call them easy, I'm an asthmatic, no run is easy.)
Tempo
Hill Repeats
Long
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One long run. I used to do the Riff Raff Speed Workout once a week. I am going to start it again when I get back up to normal mileage.
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Well I like to think that I do a long slow distance, a fartlek and also hill training, but I think that in reality I'm really a one speed wonder, and its just the distance and terrain that varies .
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long-slow
easy/ho hum/stop and smell the manure run
marathon paced run
tempo
hell or something like it run (tempo-long-tempo)
intervals (only when training for 10k or less)
treadmill ladders or "this is boring....can I press gadget alot of times"
race
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1 :( although when I was in full training mode before the fractures, I did notice that I actually could run "easy" with a slightly slower than me running partner and it was different from my normal solo "regular" runs.
My favorites are the longer ones.
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Just one right now, but it consists of hilly one mile loops around my neighborhood. Sticking to an easy pace as I base-build for marathon training in mid-June.
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