wondering if anyone has experience adapting training plans - specifically Daniels - for mountain running. the obvious answer is to run workouts on hills when possible. i'm wondering how you modify your goal pace on hills, if you incorporate any differences in rest taken, length of reps, etc for key workouts.
for example, if for a basic 10-12 by 400 workout at Daniels' "R" pace, your VDOT says you should 62 on a flat surface (track), do you go purely by effort/intuition when translating that to a hill? would you do less reps because doing R pace on a hill probably takes more out of you?
my question also applies to "I" pace and "T" pace efforts, and how you would determine the proper pacing for those types of efforts on a hill.