Perfect! You already reached the 10K during your training sessions and want to set a new challenge: Running 15K. Running 15K can be seen as a milestone and would make you already a semi experienced runner. With the 15K training plan you are working towards the halfmarathon (21K) and focus on your stamina.
What can you expect from the 15K training plan?
Just as a reminder: What is jogging ?
During the 10K training plan we introduced you with the term called ‘jogging’. Jogging means you are training between walking and running speed. When you jog your speed will be lower then running, but eventually you will move longer and further! Jogging is ideally to train.
You can read all about jogging here
Ready ? Set ? Go!
To start you off, we are going to start with a easy pace. It’s all about keeping the pace, so keep it steady and easy. You can’t ‘jog’ to slow!
15K Training Plan, Lesson 1: 53:00 minutes in total
Speed and breaks
In the first lesson we went with an easy pace, this time we’ll give a nice boost to your training session with a interval training.
Jog 10 minutes
15K Training Plan, Lesson 2: 46:00 minutes in total
Back to keeping it steady
After our interval training we get back to the easy steady training. Keep that pace overal the same and you’ll be able to run for 70 minutes straight!
10K Training Plan, Lesson 3:
70:00 minutes in total
Getting the runners high.
Running 15K doesn’t have to hard when you just follow the training plan. Building up stamina and get your body used to keep moving for a longer time is part of the process.
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