This is a 16-week training plan to complete leg 4 of the Canadian Death Race. I have run the CDR full solo 4 times (including a second place overall finish) and I have a 100% completion rate for my coached athletes. This plan is based on my personal experience and the athletes I have coached.
If you run this plan, barring injury or unforeseen circumstances, you will finish the leg. If you don't, give me a call and we will make sure that you do. Leg 4 of the Canadian Death Race is a difficult leg requiring the right kind of training to finish.
The Canadian Death Race is difficult but if you have some level of fitness and you complete this plan, you will complete the leg.
I will also include two one on one calls about the leg conditions, some advice on nutrition and hydration, some gear tips for the leg and some other information to make sure you finish it. Optimally, one call before you start this plan and one a week out from the race. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A little about me:
I have successfully coached many athletes of all different types to achieve their goals. Although I love running ultra's, wandering in the mountains and keeping fit, I especially enjoy helping others succeed in races, events or objectives by helping them see how much stronger they are than they think they are.
How it Works
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