It’s not necessarily about mileage or frequency.
Some questions don’t have simple answers. As an example, the best answer to most training-related questions is, “it depends.” What’s your training background, injury history, goal race, training environment, and current health? These are just a small sample of factors that can impact the specific answer to almost any training-related question.
Unfortunately, answering a question with a question or replying “it depends” usually isn’t very helpful. But, you still want answers. So, how can one offer advice without knowing your specific situation? Provide you with the information you need to make the best decision for your circumstance.
In this article, we’ll look at two of the most popular and frequent questions runners ask that don’t have a specific answer: “How many miles per week should I be running?” and “how many days per week is optimal?”
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