For the best results for you, your marathon training plan should be made only for you - based on your schedule, your current fitness, and your goals.
Run with Ben Bespoke Marathon Training Plans are developed individually every time, and they’re based on you – where you are now, what you’re aiming for, and a host of other factors that we can chat about before I craft your Plan.
Plans are typically 16 weeks long, but this is flexible to you. If you're a new runner and looking to build some base fitness before starting your marathon training, you may like to consider the Run with Ben Marathon Foundation Programme.
If you'd like more flexibility, regular feedback and updates, and unlimited support with your training, then you may be more suited to Online Coaching.
"I now feel I have a well-balanced and enjoyable training schedule that counterbalances my mainly sedentary workday and helps alleviate stress. The plan helps me stay motivated as I work towards my goals."
- Anne K
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We’ll do an initial run-through by phone or email of your marathon goal(s), your current health and fitness, your running experience, and your available time to commit to running. From there I'll have a good basis to develop your unique plan.
I’ll develop your Bespoke Marathon Training Plan based on what you’ve told me, what you’re aiming for, and the available time you have for running.
Please note that Terms apply (nothing scary!) to all Run with Ben coaching.
At the end of the plan period, let me know how you got on!
Remember, if you'd like more flexibility and regular support, then Online Coaching could be for you.
· 16-week plan: £50
Includes bespoke marathon training plan to fit your schedule and your goals, personalised strength training routine, and guidance on stretching, injury prevention, and more.
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- Dean Karnazes