Are you ready to start training for a race but aren’t sure where to start?
Maybe you tried before but couldn’t stick with it? Or even crushed your training plan only to get injured?
Maybe the information overload on plans and advice and what to do has you in analysis paralysis?
Do you have big goals for your running but have no idea what the next step is?
Your choice of Half Marathon Level I, Half Marathon Level II, or Marathon Level 1 plans using the strength you already have are here!
With the Misadventure Training Plans you get:
A 12-week Half Marathon at your chosen level with your choice of strength program to use what you already have - Peloton, BODi, or Youtube free videos, and weekly reflection journaling pages, pre-race planning page, and post race evaluation
Access to a private Facebook community for community, motivation, and helpful tips
Access to me, a certified run coach with over a decade of experience for any questions or modifications needed to your training plan
Right now, there is a special “warm-up price” of only $49 though May 3rd, after which the price will increase to $69.
The Different Training Plans
Half Marathon Level I
This plan is for you if you are a runner who has about an hour to dedicate to training 5 times a week, often less! You want to finish a half marathon and feel strong without any extra mileage or time. This is a great plan if you’re a first time half marathoner, haven’t run a half in a while, or have struggled to actually follow a plan in the past.
The weekly mileage starts around 10 miles a week and has a peak week of 25 miles with a 12 mile long run. The plan includes 3-4 days of running and 2-3 days of strength training. You should be able to run for 30 minutes before starting this plan.
Half Marathon Level II
This plan is for you if you are a runner who has a few half marathons under your belt and are looking to set a new personal record in your next race or you want to step up your training but aren’t sure how. You still want to keep weekday workouts to around an hour but want to focus more on pace and your race goal.
The weekly mileage in this plan starts around 12 miles per week and has a peak week of 30 miles with a 14 mile long run. The plan includes 3-4 days of running and 2-3 days of strength training. You should be able to run for 5 miles before starting this plan.
All of the Misadventure Training Plans are good for you if:
You are good at following a plan, but aren’t sure what step to take next
You can feel the burnout from training creeping in and want to avoid it
You want to stick to a plan, but the mileage on the plans you’ve already looked at is overwhelming and feels impossible with your life
It would be awesome if your training made you feel confident on race day
You want to combine the strength programs you already pay for but aren’t sure how or if you’re doing it right
You are so excited for race day but you just aren’t sure what your training should look like to feel strong both on race day and everyday.
Still not sure these plans will work for you? Check out what other women who have used these same principles to train with me have to say...
Bonus! If you purchase between now and May 3rd, you’ll get a discounted “warm-up” price, access to my fueling workshop with PDF’s and a PDF with discounts on my favorite running supplements and tools for only $49 (valued at over $130!)
Still have questions, not sure which plan to get, or not sure it will actually work for you? Send me a message email@example.com, let me know your race and your goal, and I'll help you figure it out!