Seven Race Training Plans From Beginner to Triathlete

Beginner Training Plans

Beginners 30/30 Training Plan

Here’s a simple 30/30 plan to get you going, featuring 30 minutes of exercise for the first 30 days. It is a routine similar to one that Chuck Cornett, a coach from Orange Park, Florida, uses with beginning runners.

5K Training Plans

4 Week 5K Training Plan

This plan is designed for anyone who would like to finish a 5K and who is not concerned about any time goals. Due to the limited time frame of this training plan, participants should not expect to perform at their top ability. Runners should be prepared for beginner’s level running before beginning this program.

6 Week 5K Training Plan

This plan is designed for someone with very little runing experience who just desires to cover the 5k distance. This program uses walking andrunning to help with adapting the body to running a 5k. Please consult with a doctor and running shoe expert before starting any training program.

Half Marathon Training Plans

12 Week Half Marathon Training Plan

This half marathon training program is designed for anyone who has the goal of finishing a half marathon and is not concerned about how fast their time will be. Runners who start this program need to be averaging at least 15 miles per week before starting. The key to this program is to follow the suggestions for both the running and cross training workouts in the program. For those who participated in the Wasatch Back Relay this plan is especially designed for you.

Marathon Training Plans

16 Week Marathon Training Plan

This marathon training program is designed for anyone who has the goal of finishing a marathon and is not concerned about how fast their time will be. Runners who start this program need to be averaging at least 15 miles per week before starting. Just like the 25-week program the key is to follow the suggestions for both the running and cross training workouts in the program.

25 Week Marathon Training Plan

This marathon training program is designed for anyone who has the goal of finishing a marathon and is not concerned about how fast their time will be. Runners who start this program need to be averaging at least 15 miles per week before starting. Just like the 25-week program the key is to follow the suggestions for both the running and cross training workouts in the program.

Triathlon Training Plans

10 Week Sprint Triathlon Training Plan

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