My log is titled “ActivitiesGuy Log III: Strength AND Endurance!”
You should be able to find it in the Training Logs section.
If you’re getting injured on a high volume of running (I struggled with injuries on and off as well), then you may find some modest succcess on a lower volume approach. As someone said above, it kinda depends what your expectations are.
I ran a half-marathon within 8 minutes of my alltime PR on a minimalist approach - I did 2 weekday 5-mile runs (Tues/Thursday), a 10-mile run on Saturdays, one or two long bike rides (60-90 minutes a pop).
If I were designing a “program” to do what you’re asking now with a little more specific added, it would look something like this:
Mon: Deadlift up to 5 singles @ 80%
Tue: Easy Run (5 miles)
Wed: Swim/Row + Deadlift 5 singles @ 80%
Thu: Easy Run (5 miles)
Fri: Swim/Row + Deadlift 5 singles @ 80%
Sat: Long Run (8-15 miles)
Sun: Yoga Class
Subject to appropriate tweaking, of course, If you’d rather lift after running instead of lifting after swimming/biking, that’s probably fine - I’ve deadlift up to 90% of my 1RM on days where I ran 3-4 miles, so if you’re used to running long distances that should not be a problem.
Again, will try to have better discussions next week when I am back home and have a computer instead of just a phone to reply.