I understand Daniel’s comments…the slide Mortac8 mentions is pretty complete…
the trouble spot, for me personally, is that with workouts # 1, # 3 and #6 there is a mixing of “types” within a workout…I am not saying it can not be done, for sure as
Mike Y. has mentioned elsewhere there is some “bleeding through” of exact times, adjacent energy systems etc., but in # 1 for example there is near one end of Speed (short) and the longer end of Speed Endurance…it may get done if circumstances “force” it but as a whole I don’t mix those two on the same day and overall the result, with three workouts having a similar vein (mix) is then something that tries to do all things rather than each thing very well.
To me, with an adjustment in total distances run of each type and in each session (plus recovery etc. etc.), there are actually 9 sessions there, not 6 and moving towards 2 weeks worth of work (depending on the time of year) rather than what I suspect is a week?