ColleenE wrote:The amount of running is not excessive at all--even if you're doing it 7 days a week that's only 28 miles. I think the problem was the quick and drastic weightloss, with your body still adjusting to that hormonally. Eating good fats and stabilizing your weight will probably result in a restoration of your cycle without cutting back on the running.
satt wrote:I run 4 miles nearly every day.
baldy wrote:satt wrote:I run 4 miles nearly every day.
From a training point of view running the same distance presumably over the same route nearly every day is not going to improve your fitness.
If you look at a training plan you will see things like interval training, long runs, short runs, rest days, tempo days etc. These make training more fun and force your body to adapt which makes it stronger/faster.
What are your honest goals you would like to achieve from your running?
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