If you’re looking to get a new personal record in 2016, we have a 5K training plan for you. Designed for experienced runners, the plan is full of speedwork to help you push your training pace and get that new PR (personal record) on race day. Along with tempo runs and intervals, we’ve added a dynamic strength-training workout to keep your legs, glutes, and joints strong to help you run even faster.
Check out the training plan below, print it, and get at it!
Here are guides to help with your nonrunning training.
- 5-Minute Core Workout
- Foam Rolling Routine For Rest Days
- Plyo and Strength Workout to Build Speed
- Your Postrun Must-Do Stretches
Source: Pop Sugar