Build Your Plan Challenge - Day 3 replay

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It's Day 3!  You've made it!  Woohoo! 

This week has just flown by, and we have absolutely loved coaching you and seeing the amazing progress that so many of you have already made in a few short days. 

Because you've made it to this point, please take a moment to acknowledge yourself.  Many people have dropped out by now (and many others signed up but never even started!), but not you.  You've proven to yourself that you have what it takes to get faster and achieve your running goals!

This is the most important day of the whole challenge, because we are putting it all together.  

You’ve heard it multiple times by now - Training with a personalized plan is the most effective way to run faster and achieve your goals.  You need a plan that is personalized to YOU, YOUR goals, YOUR body, and YOUR life, and that’s exactly what day 5 is all about - putting the pieces together in a way that works for YOU! 


We are going to give you the full blueprint on what that plan needs to include so that you can run faster, feel amazing, and achieve all of your goals.  

So many runners don’t follow a plan, which can lead many runners to make it up as they go along, leading to inconsistency and/or lack of progress. Some weeks you might run 5x and other weeks you might only run twice because there’s no real plan that you’re following.  

Other runners find and try to follow a generic plan that they find in a free app that is not customized to them.  If you’re following a generic plan, you might be more consistent, but maybe you don’t quite understand what all of the types of runs are (what’s a tempo run? How fast is that?).  

Or the plan might not exactly fit your life - maybe it calls for 5 days of running when you can really only fit in 4.  How can you adjust that plan to make it work best for you? 

And then there’s all of the real life stuff that comes up.  What are you supposed to do if you miss a day of training?  How can you adjust if you are going on vacation?  What happens if you get sick and miss a week?

There are so many factors that play a role in how running feels and if we are able to improve.  

When you understand all of the pieces, you can then figure out how to put them together to fit you and your life, which can lead to massive success in your running.

So far this week we have gotten more clear on where you are, why you are here, and where you want to go.  Today we want to help you get more clear on how to make a plan to get there.