That’s not a problem. So long as strength and higher intensity sessions aren’t impacted by residual fatigue, you can re-schedule the long sessions as required.
In the 2nd book (TftUA, I have the german edition) I chose the “idealized plan for 50k for cat. 1 runners”.
There the Y-axis is the distance per week (in terms of “horizontal” kilometers to run).
In my next step I hopped to chapter 13 and looked at the example week for mountain runners. The days in this example week are described relative to the ascent (“vertical” distance) per week … which I don’t know from the upper macro cycle plan.
Is it correct to “convert” my days like:
instead of “15% of the weekly ascent” I took “15% of the weekly distance”
For my case this resulted in:
6 kilometers for the shorter runs, 16k on sunday … -> about 40k per week
6.75 … 17.2 -> 43
7.2 … 19.2 -> 48
(you see my Excel-skills? ;-))
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