I’m planning on running an Ultramarathon in October that is a “far as you can go” ultra. Every hour on the hour, you’ll run 4.3 miles. The winner will be the last runner who is able to make the run. If you get done with the 4 miles before the end of the hour, the time is yours to prepare for the next hour.
I’ve came from a football/wrestling/powerlifting background and in the past few years I’ve started running.
I’ve previously ran a 12 hour Ultra completing 45.5 miles in 9 hours and change.
My current plan is to use a lower volume, higher intensity when training the lower body and higher volume when training upper body.