Mon: AM - 9.3 miles with 8x20s pickups (6:58); ran the pickups lightly because the legs really didn't feel like running fast. PM - 4.7 miles easy (7:39)
Tue: AM - 12 miles including 4 miles threshold at 5:20-5:30, 1 mile easy, 2x800m w/ 800m jog; ran the 4 mile tempo in 21:34 (5:28, 5:25, 5:22, 5:19), 5:24 avg pace. The first 2-3 miles felt relatively smooth and comfortably hard. The last mile, however, was a bit tough and I could feel the legs starting to get heavy. After a mile easy jog I ran 2x800. The goal for the 800 at sub 5:10 pace, but I was much faster than that. Ran 2:29 and 2:28, respectively. PM - 5.8 miles easy (7:28)
Wed: AM - 9.3 miles easy (7:04); PM - 5 miles easy (7:19)
Thu: AM - 9.5 miles including 3x90s uphill, 3x90s downhill. Didn't treat this as a "real" workout, but more like some tougher and longer strides. Covered .29 miles of uphill and .33 miles of downhill for the 90 seconds. PM - 5.1 miles easy (7:20)
Fri: AM - 7.3 miles easy (7:28); PM - 5 miles easy (7:17)
Sat: Did not run. Caught the stomach bug. Probably the worst sickness I've had in a very long time.
Sun: 8.6 miles easy (7:21); legs felt heavy in the early miles, but better as the run progressed. I had planned to run another 5-7 miles in the late afternoon, but decided it was probably best to give the body a bit more rest coming off the flu.
Weekly Total: 81.7 miles on 11 runs/ 6 days
I would have ended the week at 105 miles had I not caught the flu. Oh well. The good thing is that I have a really strong base and background, so a missed day or two of training wouldn't affect my fitness. If anything, it will likely charge my batteries a bit more.