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Whether you’re toying with the idea of running a marathon someday, or are simply getting started running, base training is a key component of every runner’s training schedule. What is running base building? Many runners mistakenly assume that base training involves running very low mileage with the goal to simply keep running. A common misconception … Read More
Running a marathon is a bucket-list item for many people – even those who don’t yet consider themselves a runner. While this accomplishment is certainly a challenging feat, there’s no reason it has to feel impossible. Finding the right marathon training plan is key for success. A marathon training plan serves as a schedule and … Read More
This 14 week 25k Training Plan is perfect for runners of all ability levels! The first four weeks are dedicated to building a running base, so this plan can be completed even with no prior distance running experience. With three runs each week, you’ll receive structured speed workouts and strength training exercise. This 25k training plan is the perfect way to beat your half marathon distance with 15.5 miles. Get to the starting line injury free and confident!
This 3 Day Per Week Marathon Training Plan is perfect for runners wanting to train for a marathon while still having a life. Marathon training is notorious for taking up a lot of time, but it doesn’t have to be that way. This training plan incorporates low mileage running while still maintaining long runs and key workouts.
Avoid mental and physical burnout during marathon training by running just 3 days per week. This approach maintains key workouts of marathon training like weekly long runs and speed workouts, but gives you more time to cross train and recover. Keep your body and mind strong this marathon training season!
If you’ve been looking to run a sub 4:30 marathon, this training plan is for you. This marathon training plan will help you break 4:30 in your next marathon with ease! Complete with weekly speed workouts including tempo runs, race pace miles, and plenty of intervals. The intervals are strategically scheduled to push your body to challenging paces and allow for proper recovery. Download the plan to get 20 weeks of training, with 4 runs per week.