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10K Basic Training Plan

Author

Moving Forward

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Length

5 Weeks

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Plan Description

This is for the true beginner. Someone who wants to get their feet wet; kick start their activity plan with a 10K race at the end of a 5 week block. Candidates for this plan are healthy and don't mind cross-training 2 days per week. Athletes (that's you) should add in some mobility exercises after each session; spending 5-10 minutes with both foam rolling and static stretches. Run pace may vary from day to day. Keep it aerobic; conversation pace, except when noted on the plan. Push yourself. Your goal here is to build up your continuous effort. If you have to walk on your running days, remember it is okay to do so!



Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
1:07 hrs 0:40 hrs
1:18 hrs 1:00 hrs
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1:03 hrs 1:00 hrs
Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
1:07 hrs 0:40 hrs
1:18 hrs 1:00 hrs
—— ——
1:03 hrs 1:00 hrs

Training Load By Week


This plan works best with the following fitness devices:

  • GPS

All supported devices

Matthew Bryan Parks

Moving Forward - Triathlon and Endurance Coaching

At Moving Forward, we like to focus on the most individualized approach with each of our athletes. We focus on three key components to your athletic success:

  • Technique improvement with any of the disciplines (swimming, biking, running, Nordic skiing, etc.)
  • Performance Testing: Time Trials, Functional Threshold Power and Power Profiling
  • Highly individualized training plans - updated weekly

All of our athletes are given individualized training plans and sessions. No two athletes are alike.

Sample Day 1

1:00:00
Walking

Easy effort, focus on your posture with a purposeful cadence in your step

Sample Day 2

0:30:00
Running

Start with a 10 minute walk, then run for 10 minutes, end with 10 minute walk. This should be as easy as you can make it.

Sample Day 3

1:00:00
Walking

Easy effort, focus on your posture with a purposeful cadence in your step

Sample Day 4

0:35:00
15 minute run

Again, start with 10 minute walk, then run 15 minutes. Finish with another 10 minute walk. Conversation pace.

Sample Day 5

1:00:00
Walking

Easy effort, focus on your posture with a purposeful cadence in your step

Sample Day 7

3mi
Run 2-3 miles

Start with your 10 minute walk (please make the time to do this), then run 2-3 miles (your choice of course). Finish with another 10 minutes of walking.

Sample Day 8

0:30:00
30 minute walk

Easy effort, focus on your posture with a purposeful cadence in your step

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