How to Train for a 5k Race – Part 3

Brackenfell Weight Loss Expert and Transformation Specialist, Kevin Anderson Shares how to train for a 5k Race

Putting Your 5k Race Training Program Together

 

Your 5k race training program need not be over complicated.

 

Today, I’m going to share a quick outline of my very own personal 5k race training schedule.  It’s also pretty much the same one I use with my ForeverStrong training sessions.

 

By the way, since overall health and fitness, along with fat loss and lean muscle gain, are goals of mine, my schedule will reflect that.

 

Monday: Metabolic Resistance Training (Boot Camp) followed by 20 minutes of Stubborn Fat Cardio (biking)

Tuesday: Track Work using High Intensity Interval Training followed by 20 minutes of Stubborn Fat Cardio (jogging)

Wednesday:  Metabolic Resistance Training (Boot Camp)

Thursday: Track Work using High Intensity Interval Training followed by 20 minutes of Stubborn Fat Cardio (jogging)

Friday: Metabolic Resistance Training (Boot Camp) followed by 20 minutes of Stubborn Fat Cardio (biking)

Saturday:Tempo Runs and Long Slow Distance (LSD) Runs depending on training schedule

Sunday:  Active Rest

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That’s it.  Nothing too complicated about it.

Oh, and in case you missed them, check out:

How to Train for a 5K Race – Part 1

How to Train for a 5K Race – Part 2

 

 

GREATEST VICTORIES ARE BORN IN THE HEART

Kevin Anderson – Owner of ForeverStrong

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