Runner's World

We are moving later this month!

Check out our new home!

loading...

loading...

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

31-40 of 59

  1. Half Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (10 weeks)

    Half Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    This 10-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner's World for advanced runners who have averaged 35 miles per week or more for at least six months and who want to develop speed over a longer distance. Each week features one or two days of rest and five or six days of running. That includes race-pace runs, speedwork, and long runs, which start at 10 miles and peak at 13 miles. Not the right plan for you? Check out Runner's World's training plans for beginners and intermediate runners. Learn More
  2. First-Timers Sprint Triathlon Plan for Runners (8 weeks)

    First-Timers Sprint Triathlon Plan for Runners (8 weeks)

    $9.99

    If youre a runner heading to your first triathlon, this eight-week plan is for you. Runners World and tri coach Dara Wittenberg have created this program specifically for runners preparing for a sprint triathlon (a quarter-mile swim, 12-mile bike, and 5K run). Its designed to help you maintain the running endurance you already have, and help you to develop the swimming and cycling strength you need for the race. Most weeks include one day of rest, two days of biking, two days of swimming, and two days of running. Your swims will include pool and open-water workouts. As you get closer to the race, youll have brick workouts (combination workouts) so that you get plenty of race-day rehearsal. Youre ready for this plan as long as you can swim one lap of a pool (50 meters) nonstop and bike for 30 minutes without resting.

    PLAN LENGTH: 8 WEEKS
    WEEKLY ROUTINE: 1 DAY OF REST, 2 DAYS BIKING, SWIMMING, AND RUNNING

    Learn More
  3. Break 2:30 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    Break 2:30 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    This 10-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner's World for anyone who wants to break 2:30 in a half marathon. It is geared for runners who have at least a year of experience running on a regular basis and who log an average of 15 miles per week. Most weeks include three days of rest, three to four days of shorter runs, and one long run, which starts at five miles, builds gradually, and peaks at 13 miles. You'll do workouts that include miles at your goal race pace so that you can develop the stamina you need to finish 13.1 miles feeling strong. Learn More
  4. Break 2:15 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    Break 2:15 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    This 10-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner's World for runners who want to break 2:15 in the Half Marathon. It's geared for runners who have been running consistently for several years and who regularly log an average of 18 to 20 miles per week. It features two or three days of rest and four or five days of running each week. It includes long runs and plenty of race-pace miles to help you easily get into rhythm on race day. There's a long run each week, which starts at eight miles in week one and peaks at 13 miles. Learn More
  5. Break 2:00 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    Break 2:00 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    Break 2:00 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks) Learn More
  6. Break 1:45 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    Break 1:45 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    Break 1:45 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks) Learn More
  7. Break 1:30 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    Break 1:30 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    Break 1:30 Half Marathon Plan (10 weeks) Learn More
  8. Beginners 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    Beginners 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    $9.99
    Beginners 5K Plan (8 weeks) Learn More
  9. Beginners 10K Plan (6 weeks)

    Beginners 10K Plan (6 weeks)

    $9.99
    Beginners 10K Plan (6 weeks) Learn More
  10. Advanced 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    Advanced 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    $9.99

    This plan is geared for an experienced runner and racer who regularly runs at least five days a week, an average of 25 miles per week, with long runs of at least eight miles. Unless otherwise noted, all runs should be done at an easy pace.

    Learn More

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

31-40 of 59