Many thanks for the reply.
OK, from here:
“In the end; if you miss more than 2 days in a week, which is likely when you get sick then it is wise to take a step back and repeat the affected week. Miss 2 weeks and you can expect it is going to set you back substantially and you need to take at least a week of easy aerobic training to build back some of the lost aerobic fitness. That is why we suggest re-doing the lost weeks.”
So to be brutally honest my knee is still annoyingly niggly. Even after a 5km flat walk with the dog, towards the end it gets sore. Other times, after waking up in the morning it is sore, as if I’ve twisted it during sleeping. That being said, today it feels almost perfect.
So I’m just trying to get answers for 2 scenarios. Am I correct in my assumptions to continue my training like this?
Scenario 1: 2 weeks missed due to knee injury.
Start again Monday and do 1 week of the transition period i.e. Basic strength and runs. Reduce weight and intensity if my knee gets sore.
The following week, essentially resume the TP 24 week plan except start the base period again i.e. Week 9 is day 1.
Scenario 2: 2 weeks missed due to knee injury.
“Yet the advice in Training for the New Alpinism suggests doing an easy training for everyday missed”
So this would mean doing 2 weeks of easy aerobic workouts and then start the base period again.
I’m just not sure which is right and which is wrong, or which is preferred and which is not.
Any advice how to continue please?
I don’t think I will have any questions after that as once I know what to do, I’ll just stick with it.
Much appreciated guys, thank you again.