Patagonia Run 100 Miles 2020 - 24 Weeks. Starts Monday 21st October. With Strength and Conditioning

Author

Doug Stewart

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Length

24 Weeks

Typical Week

5 Run, 2 Strength

Longest Workout

8:00 hrs

Plan Specs

running ultra intermediate advanced hr based strength

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Summary

A dedicated 24 week plan tailored for the unique demands of Patagonia Run 100 Mile Race, written by an experienced Coach and Mountain Runner and Sky Runner who has completed many of the hardest mountain races and ultra marathons including Lavaredo Ultra Trail, Trofeo Kima, Tromso Skyrace and the Glen Coe Skyline.

It is 24 weeks long and features 3 build weeks followed by a recovery week before moving to 2 build weeks and 1 recovery week as training intensifies. It has a three week taper.
It includes a Strength and Conditioning Plan that compliments the stage of run training, starting with Stability and moving through Strength and Power Phases. It involves two sessions per week on Build Weeks and 1 Session on Recovery weeks.

Requires access to hills or a treadmill for certain workouts and a HR monitor.
Time based rather than distance.

Suitable for those looking to finish or those looking for a fast time as optional for harder or easier workouts.
Race day advice provided throughout the plan.

Stats

Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
Average Weekly Training Hours: 10:48
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 10:48
Average Weekly Breakdown

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Back to Plan Details

Sample Day 1

0:30:00
30 Min Easy Run

30 Minute Easy Run

Very easy pace.

Sample Day 2

1:00:00
1hr Interval Run - 5 x 3 Minutes

1hr Interval Run

Warm Up
15 minutes Easy Pace. Increasing effort for final 5 minutes.
Include dynamic stretches, bum flicks and high knees mid way through Warm Up

Main Set
5 x 3 minutes Fast Paced (not sprint)
3 minutes recovery

Cool Down
Make up to 1 hour with Easy Running

Sample Day 4

0:10:00
10 min Easy Pre Test Tomorrow

10 Minutes Easy Run

After five minutes complete a few accelerations of 10 seconds.

This run is designed to ensure legs feel fresh for tomorrow's test.

Sample Day 5

1:00:00
1hr Threshold Heart Rate Test

1hr threshold HR Test

Warm Up
15 mins Easy Pace, increased effort for final 5 minutes.
Mid way through do some dynamic stretches, bum flicks and high knees.

Main Set
25 minutes Tempo Run
This is not very pleasant, start of at a pace you know you can maintain for the 25 minutes, but should be very hard for final five minutes.

Cool Down
20 Minutes easy run/walk
Bring HR back down slowly

Sample Day 6

1:00:00
1hr Endurance Run

Endurance Run
Steady run - aim for HR Zone 1 to Zone 2

For all Endurance Runs aim to do on trails and a mix of terrains to replicate the race. The race route features runnable wider trails and tougher more technical single tracks, so ensure you have variety in your training.

For your Endurance Runs aim to climb 50m of ascent per km. This is the same amount of climbing per km as the race, so by doing this in training your legs will become familiar with this amount of ascent and descent.

Sample Day 7

0:30:00
30 Min Recovery Run

30 Minute Recovery Run

HR Zone 1 for 30 Minutes

Sample Day 8

1:00:00
1hr Interval Run - 5 x 3 Minutes

1hr Interval Run

Warm Up
15 minutes Easy Pace. Increasing effort for final 5 minutes.
Include dynamic stretches, bum flicks and high knees mid way through Warm Up

Main Set
5 x 3 minutes Fast Paced (not sprint)
3 minutes recovery

Cool Down
Make up to 1 hour with Easy Running

Patagonia Run 100 Miles 2020 - 24 Weeks. Starts Monday 21st October. With Strength and Conditioning

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