200 + Mile Ultramarathon 24 Week Plan

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200 + Mile Ultramarathon 24 Week Plan


Kevin Goldberg

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24 Weeks

Typical Week

6 Run, 1 Day Off

Longest Workout

32 miles

Plan Specs

running ultra beginner intermediate advanced

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This plan is aimed at getting you ready for a 200+ mile ultra marathon. The author has completed the Triple Crown of 200s which includes Bigfoot 200, Tahoe 200 and Moab 240.

The plan assumes you have a good base fitness and can comfortably run 40 miles a week before starting.

The plan is based on milage.

Purchasing this plan includes three 30 minute consultation calls with the coach. The plan can be customized based on your schedule leading up to the 200. There are options to incorporate 50mi, 100k and 100mi 'training races'. You can discuss plan customization via email or on the phone after purchase. During these consultation calls you'll also have the opportunity to discuss race details and anything else you'd like regarding your training.

If you have any questions please contact me!


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Kevin Goldberg


Hello -- I'm Kevin and I'd like to help you accomplish your wildest running dreams! Whether you are looking to run your 50th half-marathon or your 1st ultra-marathon, I can help you get to the start line happy, healthy, and ready to put your best foot forward.

I primarily focus on endurance distance events (13.1+) and have a great deal of experience as an ultra-trail runner myself. In 2019 I completed the Triple Crown of 200s (Bigfoot 200, Tahoe 200 and Moab 240), placing 4th overall.

Sample Day 1

4 Miles Easy and Slow

Conversational, zone 2 easy running.

Sample Day 2


2 Miles Easy

20:00 @ Threshold
5:00 Easy
10:00 A little harder
3:00 Easy
5:00 Hard

2 Miles Easy

Sample Day 3

6 Miles Easy

Aim for 60 or so minutes easy
Trail or Road is fine

Sample Day 5

Sustained Climbs

2 Miles Easy
6x 3:00 Long Steep climbs, 2:00 Easy
2 Miles Easy

Sample Day 6

Long Run

14 Mile Continuous Run. For the most part you'll want to mimic the course you're running on. If you can get to trails, do it! Occasional road runs are great for keeping turnover high too. The important thing is time on feet.

These are your chance to practice fueling and hydration.

Sample Day 7

4 Miles Easy and Slow

Conversational, zone 2 easy running.

Sample Day 8

Recovery Run

Time to get moving again and kick off the week. Recovery runs are meant to help us absorb the past week's training; take them super easy.

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