Phil's Advanced 10K Plan (~6 hrs/wk) + Email Access to Coach: 04 Weeks
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Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||3:59 hrs||1:15 hrs|
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||3:59 hrs||1:15 hrs|
Training Load By Week
Sample Day 1
This fitness test helps you to set your pace and heart rate training zones and thresholds for Training Peaks.
5 mins in Z2 (easy/steady),
4 x (30 secs accelerating from Z2 to Z4 + 30 secs recoveries in Z1).
Run for 30 mins at the fastest pace you can maintain for the duration. Record your average pace and ideally average heart rate too.
5 mins in Z1 to Z2 (easy).
Sample Day 2
These short intervals at your top end pace will boost your ability to utilise oxygen, improving your running efficiency.
10 mins in Z2.
5 x (30 secs accelerating from Z2 to Z5 + 30 secs recoveries in Z1).
8 x (45 secs in Z5, with 20 sec recoveries in Z1) 4 mins recovery in Z1,
8 x (45 secs in Z5, with 20 sec recoveries in Z1)
10 mins in low Z2.
Sample Day 3
All in low to mid Z2. An easy run that can be done as a warm up to the Strength & Conditioning session that's planned for today.
Sample Day 3
Please check the link below for full exercise instructions, progressions, alternatives and videos:
Whole Body Strength:
1. Squat: 3 x 12 (Exercise 1)
2. Reverse Lunge: 3 x 6 (Exercise 6)
3. Step Up: 3 x 10 (Exercise 7)
4. Bench Press: 2 x 12 (Exercise 14)
5. Tricep Kickback: 3 x 10 (Exercise 15)
6. Bird Dog: 3 x 8 (Exercise 18)
7. Lying Hip Abduction: 3 x 12 (Exercise 19)
8. Plank: 1 x 3 (Exercise 20)
9. Reverse Crunch: 3 x 12 (Exercise 26)
Flexibility: 10-15 minutes
1. 3 x 8 = 3 sets of 8 repetitions with a rest between sets.
2. Rests are 30 - 50 secs.
3. When an exercise alternates right and left, the right PLUS left movement is 1 rep.
4. For unilateral exercises, perform reps on the right, then repeat on the left. Then move to next set.
5. Breathe out on exertion and maintain form throughout.
6. For flexibility see the link below or choose stretches that work well for you.
Sample Day 4
This run is designed to simulate race day, including efforts at race pace with short recoveries. You will benefit both psychologically and physiologically.
5 mins in Z2.
4 x (30 secs accelerating from Z2 to Z4 + 30 sec recoveries in Z1).
4 x (9 mins in upper Z4 + 2 min recoveries in Z1).
5 mins in low Z2.
Sample Day 5
All in low to mid Z2. This run should feel easy and you should be able to hold a conversation. These runs gradually build your endurance and increase your efficiency. All in low to mid Z2.
Sample Day 6
Easy or steady run all in Z2. Finish the last 10 minutes in upper Z4.