Because life will always try to get in the way of your training.
Whether you're training for a 10K or a 10-mile race, these training plans will help you stay on track and reach your goals.
Consider this your go-to guide for a great first ultra experience.
To get fast, you have to run fast.
This plan is the perfect way to build aerobic capacity but still challenge yourself from a speed perspective.
To get faster over longer distances, you have to hit the gas during shorter intervals first.
Nailing a combo of total-body strength and speedwork will help you go the distance.
New year, new speeds.
Take your health, fitness, and performance to the next level in 2022 with our comprehensive four-week plans.
It's time to find your fastest self!
Ready to break a 10K barrier? Whether you’re shooting to race under 60, 50, or 45 minutes, we have the plan to help.
Thinking of taking the 13.1-mile plunge but not sure where to start? This half marathon plan will carry you from the sofa to the start line—and across the finish too.
If you’ve never run before, 26.2 miles can feel like an impossible distance—but it’s more than doable with our zero to 5K to 10K to half to full marathon training plan.
In this exclusive course for Outside+ members, elite coach Tom Schwartz guides you through drills, strength training, and specialized workouts to improve your top end speed, so you can run faster and more efficiently at any distance.
Olympian Alan Culpepper explains that any runner can train like the best in the world. It’s the mentality and approach that matters—not world-record speed.
Feeling fit? Here's an 8-week plan to get you through 26.2.
If you're going to run a 26.2-mile race, you'll need a marathon training plan that incorporates proper strength training and recovery.
Going beyond a marathon isn’t too lofty of a goal. This plan will get you there safely and successfully.
Whether you prefer to run three days a week or up to six, you'll be ready to toe the line in 12 weeks.
Don’t sabotage the purpose of a workout by trying to nail the numbers. Here's how to trust and adjust to maximize each workout's purpose.
Masters-aged runners often need more recovery time. Why not extend that typical seven-day plan to eight days?
The key to a lifelong enjoyment of running is to start out gradually. Here’s how to safely build to 30 minutes of continuous running.
This fun, easy method for recording how each workout feels can help you track training patterns, avoid overtraining, and reach your peak.
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Life takes over. You get injured, sick, or sidetracked and training isn't going as planned. You can still salvage your next race.
Choosing a lower mileage training plan for your first marathon may help you avoid unnecessary burnout and injury.
Study this 8-week plan to learn how incorporating hill workouts into your training can make you a stronger and faster runner.
Kelly Roberts offers her final pep talk ahead of the #badassladygang5K!
Six women share their experiences completing Week 2 of the #BadassLadyGang5K training plans.
Run Selfie Repeat's Kelly Roberts offers training plans so you can run your strongest 5K.
Whether you are new to running or getting back into a routine after many years off, these tips will keep you running strong at any age.
If shedding a few pounds is your goal, this 13.1-mile training plan will help you achieve your objective.
Most training plans have a long run scheduled every weekend, but what if that doesn't work for you? Here's how to change your training plan.
Make like a world-class sprinter and use a local oval to chase down your goals with these 3 three-week track workouts.
Follow this plan, and in less than 30 days, you’ll be able to run 30 minutes.
Time to get your head back in the game!
Knock out two big goals with this training plan.
This step-by-step guide is perfect for setting goals for the New Year—or re-evaluating your current goals.
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Editor Nicki Miller is about to hit the streets of Boston for her first-ever marathon!
Want to PR in the half? Then we've got the plan to get you to the finish.
Our training plans will prepare you properly for non-traditional races.
Start a challenge by trying to break your own personal one mile record. These beginner, intermediate and advanced plans will get you there.
What should you consider when deciding on a training plan? Eat Pray Run DC has some steps to help you find the best one for you.