Run Training Plans
Are you seeking a new way of training and preparing for your 2015 racing season?
I tried to create run training plans here at Rundreamachieve that were not only affordable but that will deliver results to my readers.
Rundreamachieve run training plans range from $12.99 to $79.99 in price and come with a money back guarantee if not satisfied.
Simple, to the point and effective.
Why Purchase A RunDreamAchieve Training Plan?
Each plan teaches the athlete the exact strategies that helped me go from a 2:43:36 marathoner to earning an Olympic Trials qualifying standard time of 2:19:35.
Run training plans by RunDreamAchieve are an overall blueprint that will help lead you to improved times because there is more of an emphasis on race pace strategies, not just mileage focused gibberish.
Long slow miles are not going to help you produce race results.
I have always felt that long slow distance creates long slow runners – Sebastian Coe, former world record holder for 800m (1:41:73)
Your goal may to be to lose weight and not so much focusing on race specific times, RunDreamAchieve run training plans are also conducive to athletes with these goals as well.
I have created downloadable powerpoint PDF files that range from 4 week beginner level to 16 week advanced level run training plans ranging from the 5K to the marathon.
You will receive your training plan instantly upon purchase.
Athletes will not have to worry of what to do for the next 4 to 16 weeks as each day is layed out for you.
As an athlete myself having been involved in our sport now for over 23 years all I need is a set schedule for 12 to 16 weeks set up and I am ready.
I am not necessarily the type of athlete who needs a coach but I do need to have a plan set up so I can see and visualize what I am doing be doing.
This was my goal for my customers in that I wanted to create simple, concise run training plans that get to the point and will deliver results.
Set A Personal Best Faster
The biggest secret that helped me go from a 2:43 marathoner to a 2:19 ‘thoner' was a change in training tactics.
All RunDreamAchieve run training plans are created with similar training workouts that I helped me to capture top American honors and a 4th place finish at the 2007 California International Marathon in 2:19:35.
It isn't just the amount of mileage you do but the paces at which you run those miles.
100+ mile weeks will not guarantee you a PR but a training schedule set up that focused specifically on race pace will.
Obviously, other factors go into creating a personal best such as proper nutrition, sleep, proper diet and attention to detail.
Are you a marathoner?
Here is a big hint.
Change up the way you conduct your long runs.
You can only do in a race what you’ve practiced in training.” Pace, not distance, is the guiding principle. Better to run 16 miles at your goal marathon pace, than slog through a 24-miler that does little to improve your endurance at race pace – Renato Canova, Italian elite distance coach
I spent years doing my long runs far too slow.
I had dreams of breaking 2:22:00 for the marathon, which, in 2007 was an Olympic Trials “B” standard time.
The problem was I was still a 2:43:36 marathoner and the best I had ever held for the 26.2 mile distance was 6:14 per mile back before I ran 2:19:35.
How would I ever get from that pace to 5:25 per mile pace (2:22:00).
I not only broke 2:22 but 2:20 by changing the way I set up my long runs and focusing on running at much faster speeds than just 5:25 mile pace.
It doesn't matter if you are seeking to lose weight, improve your 5K personal best or you are training for the marathon, the fundamentals are universal across the board.
You have to get to a point where race pace feels comfortable, n0t labored and this physiological change comes with time, patience and run training plans that are set up correctly to get you the results you are seeking.
Hustle is everything – Gary Vaynerchuk
No training plan created regardless if it is by me or anyone else is going to get you the results you seek unless you hustle, unless you believe in yourself and you absolutely must.
I have failed over and over again at this sport but those failures helped me achieve times that few runners accomplish.
My goal is to get you to accomplish some feats you didn't even think you could.
I don't take creating run training plans here at RunDreamAchieve lightly.
I have lived the life of the spartan runner and I understand the coach potato too because I, like everyone else, enjoy some down time and we all need that to re-group, to re-charge.
It can't just be a mindset of ‘well I am going to put in these workouts and that will be enough' because it isn't enough.
What do you spend your time thinking about?
Do you visualize seeing yourself thinner, faster, more confident or do you just wish you were.
You have to act as if you have already obtained what you envision.
This is crucial for long-term success and don't expect success overnight because that isn't the way it works.
You have to outsmart your competitors because any sane person would quit when he or she doesn't get what they want fast enough.
The dangerous athletes are the ones who are patient and persist and that is how I have created these run training plans.
They are step up for beginners to the advanced level athlete, even those seeking to break 3 hours for the marathon.