There is a lot of information on the internet on how you can become a faster runner. However, because every person is different, some running training plans you read could actually be harmful to you. For example, if a plan says you need to be running 70 miles a week to run a good marathon then that’s great. However, if you’re currently on 30 miles a week, a quick jump to 70 miles a week will injure you.
This is why a personalised running training plan is one of the best ways to reach your personal goals (second only to online coaching). A personal training plan takes into consideration your individual ability, running goals and availability. Having this type of plan will help you avoid injury and will be specifically designed to strengthen your weaknesses.
Here at Running Faster, we can create a running training plan that is highly personalised and will help you reach your running and fitness goals. Our training plans are structured from a combination of philosophies from the greatest coaches.
From a decade of competitive running experience and hundreds of hours reading around running, coaching and training – we have sufficient knowledge and experience to provide you with a plan to get you to the next level! We take inspiration from: Arthur Lydiard, Jack Daniels, Peter Coe & Matt Fitzgerald to create these plans.
What our plans will include:
- Planned out weekly runs and workouts (broken down daily)
- A sensible progression of intensity
- Highlighted benefits for each type of activity
- Recovery Advice
- Running gear advice
- Target pace/heart rate for each run and workout
- Basic nutrition advice
Because everyone’s targets are different, we offer this service on a weekly basis. Personalised running training plans start at £18 for a 6-week plan, increasing by £3 each each, depending on how long you want one for (maximum 26-week).
If you are interested in this service, please contact us using the form below.
Please include in your message: Age, Any personal bests you may have, How long you have been running, What your running goals are (e.g. specific race to prepare for or a particular time you’re chasing), Your recent weekly mileage & any injuries/past injuries that may affect you.