Get A Customised Running Training Plan From Olympians And Top Coaches

Get A Customised Running Training Plan From Olympians And Top Coaches
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Whether you want to run your first marathon or just want to get started running, this tool from the New York Times will tell you how to do so. You’ll find training plans from running experts, tailored for every kind of runner, from beginner to advanced.

To get started, you’ll need to log into or create an account on the site. Then, select one of the many programs available and enter your start date. You’ll see a full workout schedule and details on how to do the runs. You can save the schedule as a calendar file and log your workouts to track your progress.

The plans are developed by people like Olympian Jeff Galaway, nine-time NYC marathon champion Grete Waitz, and the New York Road Runners. Each has a different philosophy, and the trainings vary in how many runs you do per week and how far you’ll run, so you can find the right method for you.

RunWell [New York Times]