Run 5k In 5 Weeks Training Plan
As a fitness enthusiast and long time-runner, I speak from personal experience. Everyone has to start somewhere. While I ran long distance events as a teenager, my running and personal fitness both took a back seat as I became a mother and career woman. I just didnít think there was enough time in a day to get everything done. What I have learned since, is that I am most happy when I make time for the most important things, and my health and fitness is one of those! I started back into running in 2009, thanks to a friend who helped motivate me to train for my for my first half marathon. While going through a stressful time in life, and while living in a foreign country which was hot year round, my day began at 5am so I could be done with my run before it was time to wake the kids up for school.
I wish Iíd had Coach Juberís training plan back then! I really didnít know the first place to start after so many years of being a non-runner, so I ended up wasting a lot of time and money trying things out. Like buying the wrong pair of shoes, not properly hydrating, and starting too fast rather than easing into my new running lifestyle. Not following a proper training plan resulted in a minor injury during my first half marathon. After proper healing, however, I went on to run my first Marathon, and Iíve run over 10 additional half marathons, 10K, and 5K races. Honestly, I lost count. I wasnít doing it to impress anyone. I was doing it for me! Running became my therapy, and it still gives me that natural high youíll soon come to love!
Coach Juberís Training Plan is a great way to start! Whether you want to get into running for the first time, or if youíre getting back into running after an absence, this plan will set you on the course to a healthier lifestyle. Make sure you enjoy the delicious running drinks included as well. My favorite? Pineapple juice and the Banana Walnut Bliss Smoothie!
This training plan starts you off smart and anyone can run a 5K! You just need to follow the program. If you want, after your 5K, continue onto a 10K, then a halfmarathon, then even a full marathon. You donít think you can do it? Think again! You absolutely can!