Run Rehab Plan

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This plan is suited for all levels of Athletes. It's a Run Rehab Plan for someone coming back from a break due to injury or someone that just can't shake a niggle that keeps them out of running than they want. Its a slow run/walk protocol that will have you back up and about before you know it. It takes you from a total run volume of 27min per week to 1h 45m by week 6. Be patient and we will have you back Thriving in no time.

Author: Thrive Endurance
Length: 6 Weeks

Tags: running, beginner, intermediate, advanced

Typical Week: 3 Run

Longest Workout: 00:48 Hrs

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Original Price: $50

MAF 15-25 km Weekly Running 

Author: Thrive Endurance
Length: 6 Weeks

Tags: running, beginner, intermediate, advanced, masters, weight loss, hr based, base period

Typical Week: 3 Run

Longest Workout: 0:55 Hrs

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Original Price: $108
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Welcome to our 6 week MAF running plan challenge stage 1. Our goal with this running plan is for you to develop a MAF heart rate (maximum aerobic capacity). At first, you might think this impossible but we promise if you stick to the plan and follow our guidance you will see a good progression in how much distance you can travel in our 5 min sets. Our challenge to you is to measure the distance you can travel over a 5 min period in week 1 and compare at the end of the 6-week plan. We want you to throw out the window any preconceived ideas of what pace you think you should be running and just focus on running/walking under your MAF heart no matter how slow it is. The good thing is the slower you actually are compared to what you think your run pace is the more room for improvement you have. If you are up for the challenge let's get you started.

MAF 25-35 km Weekly Running 

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Welcome to our 6 week MAF heart rate running plan challenge.  This plan is for people that are capable of running 25-35 km a week.  Our goal with this running plan is for you to develop a MAF heart rate (maximum aerobic capacity).  At first, you might think this impossible but we promise if you stick to the plan and follow our guidance you will see a good progression in how much distance you can travel in our 5 min sets.  Our challenge to you is to measure the distance you can travel over a 5 min period in week 1 and compare at the end of the 6-week plan.  We want you to throw out the window any preconceived ideas of what pace you think you should be running and just focus on running/walking under your MAF heart no matter how slow it is.  The good thing is the slower you actually are compared to what you think your run pace is the more room for improvement you have.  If you're up for the challenge let's get you started.

Author: Thrive Endurance
Length: 6 Weeks

Tags: running, beginner, intermediate, advanced, masters, weight loss, hr based, base period

Typical Week: 3 Run

Longest Workout: 1:28 Hrs

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Original Price: $108

MAF 35-45 km Weekly Running 

Author: Thrive Endurance
Length: 6 Weeks

Tags: running, beginner, intermediate, advanced, masters, weight loss, hr based, base period

Typical Week: 3 Run

Longest Workout: 2:01 Hrs

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Original Price: $108
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Welcome to our 6 week MAF heart rate running plan challenge. This plan is for people that are capable of running 15-25 km a week. Our goal with this running plan is for you to develop a MAF heart rate (maximum aerobic capacity). At first, you might think this impossible but we promise if you stick to the plan and follow our guidance you will see a good progression in how much distance you can travel in our 5 min sets. Our challenge to you is to measure the distance you can travel over a 5 min period in week 1 and compare at the end of the 6-week plan. We want you to throw out the window any preconceived ideas of what pace you think you should be running and just focus on running/walking under your MAF heart no matter how slow it is. The good thing is the slower you actually are compared to what you think your run pace is the more room for improvement you have. If you're up for the challenge let's get you started.