Originally Posted by Clint
Sounds good. It still might be benefitial to throw in a random day of sprints (do them on grass and they will be easier on your feet/knees) since Interval Sprints help with your oxygen capacity, which will obviously help carry over into your distance running.
But overall if your goal is 6-8 miles a day, most of your time should eb running 6-8 miles lol.
I will probably throw in some HIIT once I hit a plateau. The water thing mentioned is one I forgot all about.
Also for those that aren't sure about the slower "fat burning" zone which is the pace I try to run long distances at, an easy way to see if you are in that zone is if you can have a conversation with someone while still jogging. Its harder than one would imagine.