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Well, it really depends on the reason why you are training. If that's "being fit and lean and healthy" as it seems (since you don't specify any special purpose) then your routine is pretty good. I would only add some exercises for core and legs strength (running trains your endurance, not your strength) and it would be pretty complete.
You are not going to do any 'damage' to your body or cause your muscles to breakdown. I might do the 'ups' before you run and then walk home afterwards.
What you’ve described is not an average training routine in my opinion. You’ve got a pretty heavy workload if you consider holding a job as well. You make no mention of the amount of weight, sets, or reps that you perform, so, I’ll assume from your description of not trying to build muscle, that those numbers are sufficiently low. Effectively, you’re ...
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