Indeed Hrun..it is a case of each to ones own. What is ok for one isn't necessarily good for another.I am coming to the conclusion only you can know what is best. Run when you want to run, rest when you need to.
I have run 30k in 3 days because I wanted to. Tonight I will have a rest because I am driving home, but if I felt like it I would run again.
That just about covers it.:dYou need at least one days rest even at elite level, so you will need at least one day, more possibly two depending on your training status.
Lack of rest =
- Increased risk of injury
- Overtraining syndrome
- Reduced performance
None of us want the above, quality rather than quantity