I often hear runners asking others to point them in the direction of a ‘good’ training plan. I always advise caution when using generic plans, or a plan written for somebody else, because every person is an individual and therefore what works for one person may not necessarily work for another.

As a running coach, I would never advocate following a generic training plan to the letter – every plan needs a degree of flexibility – which is why I only ever design plans to individual requirements, which are all different. However, I appreciate that not everybody can afford to pay a coach to write them a bespoke plan, so Runr asked me to write some tips for them to help you get the most out of any plan, and make it work for you.

Click through to the Runr website to read the full article

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