5K Advanced Beginner

Average Weekly Training Hours 00:50
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 00:50
Training Load By Week

This plan is perfect if you’ve already run at least one 5K race, or you’ve been running for a little while and are ready to race a 5K. This schedule is geared toward runners who can run 2 miles comfortably and can run 2 to 4 days per week. This plan combines easy jogging, race pace, and interval workouts along with strength/cross training to ensure you stay injury free! ***Does not include check-ins ***Includes strength workouts

Sample Day 1
0:20:00
Elliptical

Cross training helps expand your aerobic base to be able to run farther, faster, and with less rest breaks.

Sample Day 2
1.5mi
Easy Pace

Sample Day 5
1.5mi
Race Pace

Sample Day 6
0:20:00
Elliptical

Cross training helps expand your aerobic base to be able to run farther, faster, and with less rest breaks.

Sample Day 8
0:20:00
Elliptical

Cross training helps expand your aerobic base to be able to run farther, faster, and with less rest breaks.

Sample Day 9
2mi
Easy Pace

Sample Day 12
1.5mi
Race Pace

Amanda K Spinler
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Pace Right Coaching LLC

Pace Right Coaching prides itself on tailoring progressive run plans, mixed with strength training, to ensure you hit your goals injury free. Sometimes, with all the running we do, we throw strength training to the wayside. Nonetheless, it’s essential in maintaining proper posture, diminishing muscle compensation, absorbing impact, and improving agility!