I know it's way too early to think about fall, but I've done really well building strength/endurance this year and I don't want to lose it.
For fall training, there seem to be two schools of thought:
1. Hit the weight room (quads, hamstrings, calves, etc.) with relatively low weights and high reps and slowly migrate to high weights/low reps.
2. Don't mess with weights for your legs, they don't do much for anyone but sprinters.
I'm not a sprinter. I do time trials occasionally and I do hilly metrics and centuries. For those of you who adhere to school #2, what do you do to maintain/increase leg strength in the fall? Keep doing intervals as in the spring/summer?