If you have been searching for a sub 50 10K training plan you have come to the right website. This 16-week 50 minute 10K training schedule is specifically built to get to 49.59 faster and more efficiently. Our training schedules were hand crafted by 2.19 marathoner and 31.09 10K specialist, Nate Pennington. Nathan has been competing at the national and international level since 1992 and has over 28 years of experience. He is also the founder of the RunDreamAchieve YouTube Channel. What makes our programs unique is a focus on training below goal 10K race pace.
The only way to get 8.02 mile/4.59 kilometer pace (49.59 10K pace) is to train far below 8.00 mile pace and closer to 6.45 mile pace. Why? This improves your lactate tolerance and makes your goal 10K race pace to feel less aggressive and more in control. RunDreamAchieve plans are built to take the guesswork out of training to break the 50 minute 10K barrier. This sub 35 10K training program comes in downloadable powerpoint PDF format instantly upon purchase.
In addition, each week is set up tp provide the best plan of attach to get you under that 49.59 or faster 10 kilometer time. This sub 50 minute 10k training schedule caps out at 64 miles per week with a low week of 30 miles. The focus is on quality versus quantity mileage. RunDreamAchieve has been serving athletes online and around the world since 2011. We also have runner courses catered to athletes of all backgrounds and ability levels. Lastly, we have other training programs of interest.
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This sub 50 10K training plan is $59.99 and comes with a 30-day, no questions asked, money back guarantee. My goal is to help you use leverage and focus on the exact workouts I used to run 31.09 for the10K. The workouts you will be doing are the same three of the world's top distance running coaches taught me. In addition, these training fundamentals also helped me run 1.07.06 for the half marathon and 2.19.35 for the marathon.
The key is to get 8.02 mile or 4.59 kilometer pace to feel easier and in control. Obviously, the coach can only guide. It is you, the athlete, that has to do the hard work but will be here to guide you. That being said, it is best to prepare optimally and follow a plan that works.
So, if you are ready to run under 50 minutes for the 10K barrier scroll back up and invest in your copy today.