10K training plans 10-WEEKS

Choose from Beginner & Novice or Intermediate & Advanced Training Plans and rock your 10K race goals this year!

Training Plan Download Includes:

  • 10 weeks of detailed workouts for the 10K goal of your choice
  • 5 days/week running workouts (train 3-5 days per week depending on your schedule and preferences)
  • Strength Training Program
  • Flexibility Program
  • Detailed Training Manual with information on Nutrition, Injury Prevention, Strength Training, Flexibility Training, Heart Rate Training & more.
  • Race Preparation
  • Training Zone Calculations for those wishing to train with HR and pace zones.

In addition to your Training Plan Download materials, all of our Self Directed Training Plans include:

  • Initial coaching support by email to help you get started on your new Training Plan and to answer any of your questions. Contact Coach Sarah with your start up questions once you have had a chance to review your plan.
  • Step by step instructions on how to customize your Training Plan to match your starting level, goals and weekly schedule.
  • Access to Group Coaching Support via the Team ELM online facebook group for duration of your Training Plan.  Connect with other ELM athletes, training tips, monthly Q & A sessions and more.

Fee: $65 one time

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BEGINNER & NOVICE TRAINING PLAN DETAILS

Are you ready to tackle the 10K distance?  These Training Plans will make sure you are more than prepared for your first (or first in a while) 10K race.  These plans are designed for anyone who is ready to learn to run 10K!  2 Plans are included in this package:

The Beginner Learn to Run plan follows a gradual run:walk program that begins with a run 1: walk 2 for 6 repetitions workout.  That's it!  After 10 weeks you will be able to reach your goal of completing a 10K with a combination of running and walking.  Run 3-5 days per week.  Anyone can learn to run 10K with this gradual and effective training plan!

The Novice 10K Training Plan is designed for individuals who are able to run:walk approximately 3kms using a 10:1 schedule (run for 10 minutes then walk for 1). The goal is to build up from 3kms to completing the 10k distance, feeling strong!  Run 3-5 days per week.

10K INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED TRAINING PLAN DETAILS

This Package includes multiple 10K Training Plans including an Intermediate Plan and a set of 4 Advanced, Time Based Training Plans!  Are you ready to reach a new PB in the 10K distance?  These results based Training Plans will help you reach your 10K race goals this year!

The Intermediate Training Plan is designed for individuals who are currently able to run 6-7kms, may have completed a 10k in the past and would like to improve their comfort at the 10k distance. This plan is less demanding then the Advanced Plans but more challenging than the Novice schedule. It includes weekly hill training and speed work but does not require the same training volume as the Advanced schedule.  Run 3-5 days per week.

The Advanced Training Plans are designed for individuals who are currently able to comfortably run 10kms or more and who would like to reach a specific 10K finish time- and get that PB this year!  Four specific plans are included for 60mins, 50mins, 44mins and 40min 10K finishes.

10 weeks ago I was feeling really blah. I saw someone had liked your page on facebook so clicked on it and decided to sign up and go for it. I was sick of feeling like all I did was cook, clean, do laundry, and drive my kids to things....I wanted something that was “my own thing!” Pretty amazing what 10 weeks can do...both physically and mentally! I seriously thought I was going to cry about 100 times during the race...haha. It was so amazing to set a goal and actually see it through to the end.
I have done run clinics in the past and done a few races. This was definitely the best I have ever felt, throughout training and during the run (even while battling plantar faciatis) I had nerves at the start line, but they weren’t nerves about whether or not I could complete the run, because I felt totally ready from all the training. The hills in the run hardly seemed like hills at all, after the big hills we had done. While running, I wasn’t worrying about how many km I had left (well, until about the 8km mark:)), but instead I was thinking about my cadence, my posture, my arms not swinging across my body, my pace and breaking the run into thirds, etc....all the things we had focused on during training, replayed in my head and worked to block out any “I have so far to go” thoughts. So did all the amazing people along the sidelines cheering....so motivating! I loved it.
— Stefanie