Are you dreaming of a completing a 10k or half marathon?
Are you unsure of where to start in your training?
Do you work best with a guided workout plan?
I’ve got you covered! Running and racing are two of my favorite things (apart from my family and pasta of course). I would love to help you reach your 10k and half marathon race goals!
This training program is 10 weeks, which I highly recommend for your training unless you are a regular racer, currently in excellent distance running shape, or are historically injury free.
The 10-Week 10k and Half Marathon Training Plan includes:
- Separate run plans depending if you are training for a 10k or half marathon
- Three days a week of running (two interval days, one long run day)
- Two days a week of strength workouts
- Picture sheets of all strength workouts
This training plan is perfect for those at the beginning-intermediate level of running and who can comfortably run 3-4 miles at a time 3 days a week.
To receive your training plan, just head here to register for only $49. Once I have your information, I will shoot you your plan! (I will also most likely ask you a lot of questions about your upcoming race, your running history, etc, because 1) I’m nosy, and 2) I love talking about running!)
Want more accountability, nutrition guidelines, and altered workouts as needed while training for your finish line? Get your run plan with the benefits of Health Coach! We will have a weekly phone call to discuss your progress, setbacks, and next steps in addition to a weekly check in email for the full 10 weeks. Head here to register for your 10k/Half Marathon Training Plan with Health Coaching for only $425! This saves you over $100 on my regular 6 week coaching programs!
The strength and core workouts in this 10k and half marathon training plan are ideal for runners as many training plans just focus on the running mileage and not the full body. Doing some strength and core training will help prevent injuries, make you a more efficient runner, and keep your core stronger for longer (the core is typically the first thing to lose form during a distance race).
Please do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns about this run plan and if it is right for you.
For some free resources on running, racing, and training, here are a few links to get you going: