The 4 week 10K training plan is perfect for the beginner level athlete. Each workout is set up for you each week. It takes the guess work out of what and how to do it. Affordably priced at just $19.97 this is a great beginner level training plan to get you started for 2019.
What does it take to run a good time in the 10K distance? A great deal of patience and a strong plan of action. There are no secrets to performing well at any distance. One of the best ways to start making big improvements is to follow a well-thought-out plan. It takes the guesswork out of your training regiment and provides a strong solution to a problem many runners have.
How should I plan my week of training? What I have done with RDA 10K training plans is create simple, easy to follow training schedules that anyone can follow. Furthermore, the training strategies you'll be following in this 10K training plan helped me to run 31:09 for the 10K, 1:07:06 for the half-marathon and 2:19:35 for the marathon.
The only difference is the paces. Are you planning on running first 10K? Do you want to run a faster 10K? This short, concise 4 week 10K training program can help assist you. In addition to that, you confidence will rise when you start to see the results in your running.
Why Invest In A RunDreamAchieve 4 Week 10K Training Schedule?
- First, they are instantly downloadable upon purchase
- Secondly, they are easy, concise and simple to follow
- Thirdly, you get a day-by-day, week-by-week overview simplifying your weekly training
- Backed by 30-day money back guarantee
- Designed and created by 31 minute 10K and 2:19 marathon specialist, Nate Pennington
Lastly, if you want to take your 10K running to the next level purchase your copy today. Make sure to visit the RunDreamAchieve Academy. This is a new resource that will be filled with running courses to help beginner to elite-level runners maximize their training.
This is the perfect plan for the athlete who wants a solid month of training to start preparing for their 10K event. You can also check out our longer 10K training plans by clicking on any of the graphics below. A 4 week 10K training plan builds strength and can help any athlete grow their confidence as they prepare for their 10K event.
Is 4 Weeks Sufficient Time To Prepare For A 10K?
A well-planned 4 week 10K training plan can work dependent upon the goals of the athlete. Not all runners want a 16 week 10K training plan. There are athletes who may be running their first 5K and just need an overall estimated guide to help them get to the finish line. Furthermore, other athletes may seek a 6 week training plan or 12 week training schedule. Again, it is all going to be dependent upon the athletes fitness goals.
1 months of quality training can still produce a great 10K performance for beginner-level athletes. Remember, it is about working smarter, not harder. It isn't about the amount of mileage run each week as it is about running at or below your goal 10K race pace.
Do you want to break 45 minutes for the 10K? You need to practice running faster than 7:14 mile pace or 4:29 per kilometer in training to make that goal a reality. Success in the 10K event is simply about getting used to the pace you wish to race at. It takes patience and it takes time for the body to adapt to any stress load.
The training fundamentals you'll be following in this 4 week 10K training plan helped me lower my personal best from 33:02 to 31:09 for the distance. The same workouts you'll be doing also helped me lower my half marathon from 1:10:29 to 1:07:06.
Make sure to subscribe to the RunDreamAchieve YouTube Channel where I make training and racing tutorial videos for 5K to marathon specialist. You are also more than welcome to follow me on social media (click on icons at bottom of page) or you can contact me anytime here on the site. I do have personal consulting services here on the site but it is more of an investment. Again, it all comes down to the goals of the athlete.
Scroll up and purchase your 4 week 10K training plan today. I look forward to hearing about your preparation and new 10K personal best.