Have you checked this training plan –
If you can share your training background, AeT/AnT it will help forum members provide additional feedback.
I’ve been searching for input on that topic for quite some time but haven’t found anything so far.
My main mountain activities (and goals…) are a mix of mountaineering and alpine climbing in a fast and light style carrying just about enough equipment in a light pack (Even for two day trips rarely above 7-8kg).
This doesn’t mean that it’s all about time and records but for example about doing a two day alpine objective in only one day (practical reasons: wife and kids + tons of work; You get the picture, right?).
Further, it’s not just going uphill for hours on moderate terrain but it involves climbing in snow and ice (up to UIAA V, WI4).
Since most of the UA mountaineering plans are cut for more „classical“ mountaineering (moderate terrain, heavy pack) and (as it seems to me) for high(er) altitude (expedition like stuff with lots of stuff to carry) I was wondering if it makes sense to substitute the hikes with easy/moderate mountain running and the weighted hill climbs (later in the programms) with some high intensity mountain running as it seems that this more specific for the activities I mentioned.
Has anyone experience with this kind of approach?