TYPES OF PLANS

LEARN TO RUN

 
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Beginning Running training plan.

An 8 week plan that begins with a walk run approach.

Recommended for new runners unable to run 30 minutes non-stop.

Takes a slow approach to build fitness, strengthen the body, and avoid injury.

Begins with 1 minute running intervals that build week after week.

 

BASE WORK

 
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4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 week plan options.

Base Building and Base Maintenance options.

Beginner Base Work Plans: Run 3 or 6 days a week

Intermediate Base Work Plans: Run 6 days a week

Advanced Base Work Plans: run 6 days a week

 

5K PLANS

 
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8 and 12 week plan options.

Beginner 5K Plans: 10 to 20 peak miles per week

Intermediate 5K Plans: 25 to 35 peak miles per week

Advanced 5K Plans: 45 to 65 peak miles per week

Elite 5K Plans: 75 to 95 peak miles per week

 

10K PLANS

 
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8 and 12 week plan options.

Beginner 10K Plans: 10 to 20 peak miles per week

Intermediate 10K Plans: 25 to 35 peak miles per week

Advanced 10K Plans: 45 to 65 peak miles per week

Elite 10K Plans: 75 to 95 peak miles per week

 

HALF MARATHON PLANS

 
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12 and 16 week plan options.

Beginner Half Marathon Plans: 20 to 30 peak miles per week

Intermediate Half Marathon Plans: 35 to 45 peak miles per week

Advanced Half Marathon Plans: 55 to 75 peak miles per week

Elite Half Marathon Plans: 85 to 105 peak miles per week

 

MARATHON PLANS

 
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12, 16, and 20 week plan options.

Beginner Marathon Plans: 30 to 40 peak miles per week

Intermediate Marathon Plans: 45 to 55 peak miles per week

Advanced Marathon Plans: 55 to 75 peak miles per week

Elite Marathon Plans: 70 to 115 peak miles per week

 

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