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Running schedule 10 km 
Half advanced

 

 

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The preparation period is: 16 weeks. The number of trainings per week is: 4 (sometimes 5).
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At the 10 km is the duration capacity and the anaerobe capacity both important.
   

The running schedule

 
General preparation period
Begin: 16 weeks for the eventual aim.
End:   10 weeks for the eventual aim.
Therefore number of weeks: 6.
 
How frequently   What and how   How long
1 x per week   long quiet endurance training speed 1      50 up to 80 minutes *
1 x per week   quiet endurance training speed 1   40 up to 50 minutes
2 x per week   average endurance training speed 2   35 up to 50 minutes
At most 1 x per 3 weeks   intensive endurance training speed 3   25 up to 40 minutes
 * Explanation: not immediately the first week 80 minutes, but quietly builds per week.
Specific preparation period
Begin: 10 weeks for the eventual aim.
End:   5 weeks for the eventual aim.
Therefore number of weeks: 5.
 
How frequently   What and how   Time/distance
1 x per week long quiet endurance training speed 1 50 up to 80 minutes
2 x per week average endurance training speed 2 35 up to 50 minutes
1 x per two weeks intensive endurance training speed 3 30 up to 45 minutes
1 x per week interval training: extensive long * distance 2 to 4 miles
  * Explanation:   Speed:   95% (first 3 weeks) en 100% (last 2 weeks).
      Distances:   600m 800m 1000m 1500m 1690m 2000m. Example: 5x 1500m.
      Pause:   effort time:pause proportion 1:0,5 to dribble.
Intensive period
Begin: 5 weeks for the eventual aim.
End:   2 weeks for the eventual aim.
Therefore number of weeks: 3.
 
How frequently   What and how   Time/distance
1 x per week   long quiet endurance training speed 1*   50 up to 80 minutes
2 x per week   average endurance training speed 2   35 up to 50 minutes
1 x per week  

interval training: extensive long **

 

 distance  2 to 4 miles

1 x per week  

interval training: int. and ext. short ***

 

 distance 2 to 3 miles

* Explanation:       On end of the training: 5 x 100m (pause: 100m to dribble).
         
** Explanation:   Speed:   100%
    Distance:   600m 800m 1000m 1690m 1500m. Example 4x 1000m.
    Pause:   effort time:pause proportion 1:0,5 to dribble.
         
*** Explanation:   Speed:   extensive (first 3 weeks) and intensive (last week).
    Distance:   100m 200m 300m 400m.  Example 10x 400m.
    Pause:   60 90 sec. to dribble (ext.) and 2 3 min. to dribble (int.)

The last two weeks

 
Method 1
Nine/ten days before the race you do an intensive short interval training.
About six days before the race you do a Fartlek training of 50 minutes.
1 or 2 days before the race you do an duration training on speed 1 or 2. Reduce the scope.
A day before the race you run half-hour quietly. Do also some small accelerations.

Method 2
Reduce the training scope with 80 up to 90 percent in the week before the race, in other words do only 10 up to 20 percent of what you have done the heaviest week. Do also this last week 400 meters intervals in 6.2 miles (10km) speed. Beginning the week with 6/7 repeats. Do each day one less. Finite two days for the race with two repeats. The last day does you nothing.

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Start: February 2005 Last modified: 13 april 2013