I found that interesting and wanted to share it for several reasons.
1) People often assume that these "elites" must run fast day in and day out, yet the more research you do, the more you find that those who actually do train hard every day are more of an anomaly than those who run moderately day to day with specified hard workouts and just consistent, solid distance work.
2) Notice that the better part of his mileage is done at paces that are quite easy for him to handle. I added up and about 110km of his 190km a week are done at paces equivalent to or slower than 3:53/km and 6:15/mile. Of the remaining 80km of his training, 42km are at 5:40-5:50 pace, only 15km at about 3:12/km or 5:08/mile pace, and 12km (broken into segments as interval work) at 2:50/km or 4:33/mile pace. This is for a man who at one point in his life has run 12:39.36 for 5km (2:31.87/km, 4:04.36/mile), 26:22.75 for 10km (2:38.28/km, 4:14.66/mile), 58:55 1/2marathon (2:47.71/km, 4:29.85/mile), and a 2:04:26 marathon (2:57.1/km, 4:44.96/mile). Basically, the paces at which he does his training runs, one can safely assume, are not difficult for him to handle.
3) Notice that based off point #2, only about 12km (6%) of his weekly training is at a pace faster than marathon pace (2:04:26 = 4:44.9/mile)! Also notice that the better part of his "easy" or "recovery" runs are at 70-77% of his marathon pace (in terms of velocity when comparing his easy days at 6:15-6:55/mile pace to his marathon pace of 4:44.9/mile).