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8-week Intermediate 10K Training Plan (with Zones)

Author

Michele Pettinger, RRCA Level II Certified Running Coach, Head Coach at P3Running

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Length

8 Weeks

Plan Specs

running 10km intermediate hr based

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Plan Description

This plan is written for the athlete who has a base of 20 to 25 miles a week, and has ideally completed the P3Running 8-week 5K to 10K Base Building plan and/or has run more than 1 10K and is ready to start incorporating speed into their training.

The plan also includes Core and Hip Stability and Strength workouts to ensure that the athlete is caring for their foundation.

Coach Michele offers one, 15-minute complementary phone call to answer questions.

Coach Michele is an RRCA Level II Certified Running Coach and a Certified Specialist in Fitness Nutrition (ISSA). Her personal running endeavors include distances ranging from 5Ks to 100 miles, and she has coached several athletes to personal bests and finishes at all distances.



Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
26mi 10mi
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Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
26mi 10mi
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Michele Pettinger

P3 Running

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We understand that every runner is unique; your history in the sport, current lifestyle and personal goals all play a role in designing the right plan. P3 Running is built on the belief that when you have the very best knowledge as your starting point, and support from your coaches and community throughout your training, you can foster, nourish and unleash your true potential.

Sample Day 1

8mi
2 x 200 + 1 x 400 Track workout

1.5 mile warm-up
2 laps of strides
2 x 200 with 200 recovery
1 x 400 with 400 recovery - repeat 3 more times for a total of 4 sets
All work portions of the intervals are @90 to 100% of your max effort (the top of Zone 4 and into Zone 5).
1.5 mile cool-down.

Sample Day 2

4mi
4 mile Aerobic Run

Run at a light pace. 

This run should be done at 60 to 70% effort (Zone 2). You should be able to easily carry on a conversation during the duration of this run.

Sample Day 3

4mi
4 mile Tempo Run with 1 miles at Tempo

1.5 mile warm-up at easy conversational pace.
1 miles @80 to 90% effort (Zone 4)
1.5 mile cool-down at easy conversational pace.

Sample Day 5

5mi
5 mile Aerobic Run

Run at a light pace. 

This run should be done at 60 to 70% effort (Zone 2). You should be able to easily carry on a conversation during the duration of this run.

Sample Day 6

4mi
4 mile Recovery Run

Run at a very light to light pace.

You should at be at about 50 to 60% effort (Zone 1) The recovery run should feel easy and you should be able to easily carry on a conversation for the duration of the run.

Sample Day 8

7mi
400s Track workout

1.5 mile warm-up
2 laps of strides
6 x 400 @90 to 100% of our max effort (the top of Zone 4 and into Zone 5) with 200 recovery in-between
1.5 mile cool-down.

Sample Day 9

4mi
4 mile Recovery Run

Run at a very light to light pace.

You should at be at about 50 to 60% effort (Zone 1) The recovery run should feel easy and you should be able to easily carry on a conversation for the duration of the run.

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