Running: 10 Mile Run or Army 10-Miler, Intermediate: 1.5 to 3.0 hrs/wk
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This 16-Week training plan is for the intermediate, experienced runner looking to step-up the pace and complete a 10-mile event averaging between 8 and 11 minutes-per-mile. The intermediate plan is written for the experienced runner intending to finish the event between 1:20 and 1:50. If you use the training plan “as is”, it is a 16-week program. The first week of the plan has you running three or four days. Two of the days are 30-minute runs and the third day is a 45- to 60-minute run. The plan progresses to a long run around two hours in length in Week 9.
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The runners using this plan differ from those using the beginner plan in that they:
- have been running at least three days a week for a couple of months prior to beginning this plan.
- have the current endurance or past experience that makes running for an hour seem easily achievable.
- have likely run several 5k and 10k events in the past couple of years.
- feel confident they run the event between 1:20 and 1:50.
How it Works
Training Plan Sample Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
|Workouts||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
|2:11 hrs||2:00 hrs|
Day Off x3
|Workouts Per Week||Weekly Average||Longest Workout|
||2:11 hrs||2:00 hrs|
Training Load By Week
This plan works best with the following fitness devices:
- Heart Rate Monitor
- This plan includes a Free Basic TrainingPeaks Account.
- Access your training plan anywhere on the TrainingPeaks mobile and desktop apps.
- Track your performance with robust data tracking and detailed graphs.
- Plan for your event in the TrainingPeaks calendar.
- Track your weight, sleep, hours, fatigue and stress while you train.
- Syncs daily with other popular apps like Garmin and MyFitnessPal.
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