Run for Speed 2 Short Distance Training
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This 4-week progressive training plan is geared towards the strong intermediate to the advanced runner who wants to work on increasing their running speed and strength over short distances. It is demanding! DO NOT use this plan if you have a nagging injury. Always check with your doctor first.
Ideally, you should complete my Run for Speed 1 Short Distance Training plan before doing this one. That would give you a progressive build and 8 weeks of solid training. If you do this, make sure you take 1-week active recovery in between the plans. For example, if you do Run for Speed 1, take an active recovery week before you begin this plan.
The plan starts off with a lot of work and each week, the work increases by building off the previous week. Each week includes two different run speed interval sessions, one progressive build, three strength training videos, and active recovery workouts, stretching video, foam rolling video, and one complete rest day.
If you have not been doing run intervals at this point, I STRONGLY suggest you use my Run for Speed 1 plan first, and once that is completed, you can use this plan for the next stage in your training.
If you have any questions about this plan, feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
TrainingPeaks Level 1
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
|3:41 hrs||1:20 hrs|
|0:30 hrs||0:15 hrs|
|1:25 hrs||0:35 hrs|
|0:20 hrs||0:20 hrs|
Day Off x1
|0:15 hrs||0:20 hrs|
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||3:41 hrs||1:20 hrs|
||0:30 hrs||0:15 hrs|
||1:25 hrs||0:35 hrs|
||0:20 hrs||0:20 hrs|
||0:15 hrs||0:20 hrs|
Training Load By Week
This plan works best with the following fitness devices:
- Heart Rate Monitor