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STRYD POWER MARATHON TRAINING PLAN EXPERIENCED (6 days/week training)

Author

Guido Vroemen

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Length

16 Weeks

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Plan Description

Training with Stryd Power for Marathon in 16 weeks
Run 5-6 days per week and the normal training volume is 40-50 miles (60-90 km) per week
Trainingvolume will be between 5 and 8 hours per week



Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
6:17 hrs 2:30 hrs
Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
6:17 hrs 2:30 hrs

Training Load By Week


This plan works best with the following fitness devices:

  • Power Meter

All supported devices

Guido Vroemen

SMA Midden Nederland (Sports Medical and Performance Centre)

Medical Doctor
Exercise Physiology
Performance testing and optimalization of Peak Performance
Powermeters (sale and analysis of data)
Injury analysis, -rehabilitation and -prevention
Bikefitting
Sportsnutrition
Monitoring performance and trainingprocess

Training and coaching for 250 euro/month
(including unlimited contact email, heartrate- and powerfiles data-analysis, performance monitoring, and, as I am also sportsphysician, sports medical consultancy and injury consultancy )

Sample Day 1

1:15:00
CP TEST

1. Warm up for 5 minutes. Do two to three 100-meter strides at approximately 80% maximum effort during warm up to enhance the blood circulation and ready your muscle for intense use.
2. 800 meters Easy-pace run. Two laps on a 400-meter track, please use the innermost lane. Run at an easy pace, such that you can comfortably maintain conversation.
3. Warm up for another 5 minutes.
4. 1200 meters Maximum-effort run. Run at a consistent pace throughout the test, but so that you are nearly exhausted at the end of the test.
5. Recovery for 30 minutes. Throughout the 30-minute recovery period, the runner should walk or jog slowly.
6. 2400 meters Maximum-effort run. As was the case for the three-lap run, it is important to maintain a consistent pace during this run instead of dramatically changing pace (and effort) during the run.
7. Cool down.

Sample Day 2

0:40:00
Easy jog

70-75% CP

Sample Day 4

1:00:00
Endurance with tempo just below CP

Endurance tempo 70-80% CP
Intervals:
5 x 3 min 90-95% CP, P3min

Sample Day 5

0:30:00
Easy jog

70-75% CP

Sample Day 6

1:00:00
Endurance with tempo

Endurance tempo 70-80% CP

4 x 4 min 80-90% CP, P2min

Sample Day 7

1:30:00
Endurance run

70-80% CP

Sample Day 8

0:40:00
Easy jog

70-75% CP

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