There are many reasons to train outside of the marathon, half-marathon, and common short distances. For experienced runners, you may be looking ahead to Triathlons and Ultramarathons. Others may be interested in Base Training, Fitness Walking, or continuing to meet your training goals when rough weather strikes.
This “More Training” section is a collection of popular programs that do not fall neatly into any particular race distance on the site. Hal’s Beginning Runner’s Guide can also be found below.
We offer a number of programs to prepare you for triathlons, tough weather, fitness walking, and more. New to running? Try Hal’s Beginning Runner’s Guide.
Is 26 miles 385 yards too short for you? Would you like to move upwards in distance and become an ultramarathoner? A runner of...
Many runners who participate in cross country meets are members of a high school or college team and follow the training programs of their...
This program is designed for runners (and other athletes) who want to use a variety of sports and exercises to get fit and stay...
Want to do a triathlon (combining a swim and a bike ride with a run)? This training program will get you ready for a...
This Triathlon Supreme Training Program is simply the 8-week Triathlon 1 and Triathlon 2 Training Programs connected in a 16-week version.
Winter is coming. Cold temperatures. Snow drifts. Even worse: freezing rain and hail. This Winter Training Program will help you survive those cold months...
Many running races also have walking races attached—or “fitness walkers” sometimes line up in the back row and go at their own pace, fast...
Beginning Runner’s Guide – 30/30 Plan
Many people ask questions about beginning to run on my online forums. They want to know how to start running. They want a training...