Normally they're structured like this:
Mon - am 10k pm 10k
Tue - am 4-5 x 5 or 6min, rest 1min
Pm - 8-10x1000, rest 1min
Wed - same as Mon
Thu - am same as Tue
Pm 20-25x400, rest 30 sec
Fri - same as mon
Sat - am 20x200m hills, rest jog down. Often split into two sets. Rest between 3 min
Pm easy treshold or easy run
Sat - long run 20-23 km
Also weights fri/sun.
In a recent interview on a podcast, Jakob said that they just run threshold intervals because the high mileage of the training. If someone run "only" 130-140 km, they should have 10 in lactate! Meaningless to run on 3-4 in lactate combined with low mileage...
Yes...I would not heed that advice. They themselves have trained after those principles when they were doing 130-150km and did absolutely not run long intervals with 10 in lactate as Jakob advised. When Henrik had his big breakthrough (same podcast, earlier episode) he talked about the reason for it being a full year of this regime, only with 150km a week. Every week. Not a day lost.