The Coach of 2x Ironman-Champion Astrid Stienen uses this plan to bring every year approximately 20 athletes to the 5k finish within the planned time. This plan is ideal for intermediate and advanced runners who wants to achieve a time goal of 24:59 for a 5k race and have 4:00 - 6:00 hours of training time each week. Please note that some additional stretching and massage is also integrated in the plan. Have fun and reach your personal goal. triworx-coaching.com makes you performing perfect.
The included plan consists Training Peaks structured workout format, which will make things even easier for you. You can see your own training targets and zones for every workout through the daily workout e-mail reminders and mobile notifications. And furthermore you will also see a graphic representation of the workout within the Training Peaks web portal and Training Peaks mobile app, which helps you to get a sense of the entire Workout by taking just one look at the easy to understand graphs and segments for every part of your training. You will no longer have to read through long descriptions and get everything at a glance. My athletes prefer this comfort since TrainingPeaks offers this awesome feature.
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Use this time to loosen your muscles or perform some stretching.
Start with a short warm up at a pace of 6:30 - 6:45min/km and 69-83% of your FTHR, followed by 6 intervals of 400m at a pace of 4:45 - 4:50 min/km and at 100-110% FTHR with 200m rest in between. Rest means easy jog. After that run home and warm down at a pace of 6:30 - 6:45min/km and 69%-83% of your FTHR.
Use this run to build your basic endurance. In order to achieve this, please do not run significantly faster than the average pace shown.
HR should be 69-83% of FTHR.
First 3k warm up at 69%-83% of your FTHR and a pace of 6:30 - 6:45 min/km. Followed by 7k at a pace of 5:25min/km and a FTHR from 80%-90%. Easy jog for the last 2k at pace slower than 5630min/km.
The long run is one of the most important runs during your preparation for the goal race. It helps you building a form that allows you to maintain a good position while running. So perform this run at an even pace of 6:30 min/km and 69%-75% of your FTHR. Please remember that long runs are a good possibility to train drinking during a run, as you may will need to do this on race day.
Take some time to loosen your muscles and perform some stretching, 15 min each
Start with a short warm up at a pace of 6:30 - 6:45min/km and 69-83% of your FTHR, followed by 4 intervals of 600m at a pace of 4:45 - 4:50 min/km and at 100-110% FTHR with 200m rest in between. Rest means easy jog. After that run home and warm down at a pace of 6:30 - 6:45min/km and 69%-83% of your FTHR.