Our expert says:
Good for you, well done.
I think that everyone needs a day off a week, unless you're a pro athlete, of course. But I think the way your programme is set up now, you have Sunday off and that's probably necessary. I would also caution against doing two sessions a day - that's very difficult to do, because you cut your recovery in half - instead of having 23 hours to recover, you now get 8 hours and then maybe 14 hours, and that can easily lead to burnout.
My advice, if you're looking for ways to make this more challenging without the risk, is to rather try to increase the training duration on the days you do train. So those running sessions of 25 minutes, try to build them up to 45 min over the next 4 to 5 weeks. 30 min next week, then 35, and so on.
This will be more sustainable, and I think you need that, because you are clearly on a good thing, but there is always a danger of running out of energy and getting injured. And that will be incredibly frustrating, given your enthusiasm. So rather keep it as it is, but look at getting fitter through training a bit more, step by step.
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