That’s probably pretty individualized to you. You could slightly adjust duration and intensity and base what you do, regarding how will you feel. Unless it’s an astronomical jump in mileage or intensity (which I doubt) you’re probably fine to continue as prescribed, but it would depend on how well you’ve recovered from your illness (imo)
If you miss a bunch of workouts—especially for reasons of injury or illness—you should take at least a few days to ease gently back into training before you return to the schedule. The key is easing back into training – so you should greatly reduce the volume and intensity until your body has fully recovered from the illness and you are feeling good after sessions (ie recovering well). Err on the side of less is more for a week and then reassess.
Here is a great Blog post from Matt on this topic:
Thank a lot Leyla! I definitely have to ease back in, indeed. I will reduce intensity and volume of today’s long run and hope to be at normal during to coming week.
Thanks also for the article. Very interesting. Matt´s new book on this will be great, I think.