WalkJogRun 5k Training Plans
Whether you want to walk your first 5k or run your fiftieth we've got a training plan for you, created by Coach Jenny Hadfield, columnist with RunnersWorld.com and Women's Running Magazine.
Select a 5k Training Plan
5k training plans all last 10 weeks. Join the program you pick to see the plan customized with the dates and get training alerts each week.
- Beginners: These plans are for people who don't currently run or are just getting started. We've got plans for walkers, runners and plans that fit in the middle.
- Run Your First 5k is a program for anyone who doesn't exercise but is looking to run a 5k, skipping the walking plans.
- Walk 5k: gradually build-up your walking distance and are ideal for people who don't exercise.
- Walk-Run 5k: mostly walking with a little running and are the next step for walkers to get closer to non-stop running a 5k.
- Run-Walk 5k: mostly running with a little walking and are the next step for walk-runners to get closer to non-stop running a 5k.
- Run 5k in the beginner group are for people who have progressed to the point where you are running 3 times a week and want to train for a race.
- Intermediate: The Intermediate 5k Training Plan is for someone who has run at least one 5k and is looking to finish feeling stronger and faster than last time.
- Advanced: The Advanced 5k Training Plan is for someone who has run several 5ks and is looking to boost race performance with speed and endurance workouts for that personal best.
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