I'm extremely limited to how much "real" running training I can do. It is typically either nothing (except weekend races) or maybe one day mid week. I've lost all the cartilage covering the femur in one knee, and I can't tolerate any range of motion without pain.<br><br>
Other than high-angle TM I'm not able to do any crosstraining at all. I could swim, but that is crummy training for running. When someone invents a bike that requires zero knee ROM, I'll do that <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br>
So I spend about 10 hrs per week, give or take, on the TM at angles between 11 and 15% grade. Most of this is walking at 3.8-4.1 mph but some of it is running at about 5.0-5.4 mph.<br><br>
I also lift: mostly rehab/prehab for my legs and abs. About once a week I'll do a "vanity" workout - Bench, pullups, rows, dips, that kind of thing.<br><br>
When I'm retired (starting June 1) I might try yoga classes or something. At the moment I don't have the time.