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50 mile trail run training plan

Author

Bob Seebohar at eNRG performance

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Length

12 Weeks

Plan Specs

running ultra beginner intermediate

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Plan Description

This 12 week training plan is geared toward the somewhat experienced beginner and intermediate ultra runner who has been running consistently for 4-5 years and has done at least one marathon distance event. This 50 mile plan has an ideal balance between quality training and recovery to promote the best physiological adaptation and get you to the line in great shape. The athlete should be able to run 12 miles as a long run as the program begins.

This plan was developed by Bob Seebohar, 2-time Leadville 100 run finisher (and a 2009 Leadman finisher), endurance coach, strength coach, exercise physiologist and sport dietitian.



Stats

Average Weekly Breakdown

Workouts Weekly Average Longest Workout
3:27 hrs 1:30 hrs
43mi 33mi
2mi 4mi
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Workouts Per Week Weekly Average Longest Workout
3:27 hrs 1:30 hrs
43mi 33mi
2mi 4mi
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Bob Seebohar

eNRG performance

Bob Seebohar, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS, METS II, is one of the first USA Triathlon Level III Elite Coaches in the country. He has personally coached Olympians, National Champions, and competitive age-groupers. Additionally, he is a USAT Youth and Junior Certified Coach, a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a Swim Speed Secret swim coach, and a Sport Dietitian. He owns eNRG Performance, which provides nutrition, physiological testing, and coaching services to all individuals.

Sample Day 1

6mi
Trail run

Mid to high aerobic.

Sample Day 1

0:30:00
Yoga/Dynamic stretching

Up to 30 minutes of yoga poses/stretches or prehab exercises using a foam roller, grid or other myofascial release equipment.

Sample Day 2

6mi
Negative split

Rolling hills. First 3 miles low aerobic, second 3 miles mid to high aerobic effort.

Sample Day 3

0:45:00
Crosstraining

Crosstraining. Good choices would be swimming, cycling, elliptical or rowing.

This can also include functional strength training, yoga and/or pilates.

Sample Day 3

0:45:00
Hiking

Moderate pace hike.

Sample Day 4

5mi
Aerobic

Low to mid aerobic effort.

Sample Day 4

0:30:00
Yoga/Dynamic stretching

Up to 30 minutes of yoga poses/stretches or prehab exercises using a foam roller, grid or other myofascial release equipment.

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