I am wondering when to increase my Training Volume.
For context. I am a (M) hs senior. I had a stress fracture my junior cross season jumping from 35-high 50 mpw in the summer. Did a ton of cross training through track and made it to state in Texas. PRs (4:27 1600m Sophomore Year, 9:51 3200m past track season) I went into my senior cross season on ab 50 a week feeling good and fast but ended up getting serious hip tendonitis. I passed out at the regional meet before finishing (still no idea why). To sum this up, I have yet to have a strong season that I was healthy for. Right now I am running 50mpw having the best training of my life. 12 miles at 6:02 avg, 10 miles at 5:57.. Basically consistently good at Long Runs the past couple months.
I really enjoy my training. This is the first time I have kinda looked forward to training. The daily mileage feels truly easy and maybe not quite enough. This is all green zone at 6:45-7:15 pace, occasionally some steady days. I lift 2 days a week and cross train 2-3. I have a job and do activities at church.
Is this the sweet spot of training? Is this where I exercise some self control and just stay healthy/consistent? Looking for advice on how to read my body in this way. I feel confident on when to stop with niggles, as I have had just about every injury I can think of. Lol. I really want some advice on understanding overtraining/undertraining based on mental ques. ( I am aware that when you dread training it's a sign to pull back) So I am wondering what mine means. Thanks in advance