Category Archives: Training plans

Training Plan for West Highland Way

I’ve been meaning to post my training plan for the 8 weeks between the Highland Fling and the West Highland Way. After the Fling I had 5 days completely off. I probably could have run earlier but my ankle (ligaments) … Continue reading

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Plans for my longer runs Jan-May

Between now and the West Highland Way Race I have planned 3 weekends of longer runs.  I love the fact that they take a fair bit of planning and organising.  Here are my plans for those training weekends. Saturday 28th … Continue reading

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Training Plan for Highland Fling

Now the new year is under way I like to plan out my training for my ultras. For 2017 I have entered three races so far and hopefully I’ll get a place in two others. The details are on the … Continue reading

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Training Plan for Lakes in a Day

With only four weeks between the Brecon Beacons 10 peaks and my final ultra of the year ‘Lakes in a Day’ I knew I needed to get running fairly soon. So last week I ran three times Wednesday, Friday and … Continue reading

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Training Plan for Brecon Beacons 10 Peaks

My next ultra is now six and a half weeks away so I like to have a training plan to work from. The ultra is the Brecon Brecon 10 peaks (Saturday 10th September) which is one I haven’t done before … Continue reading

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Training Plans for the next 3 weeks

I’ve had my week of easy recovery runs and was ready to get going again with a serious block of training as I build up to the Lakeland 100 which is my big A race for the year. I was … Continue reading

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Training Plans for 2015

In my review a few days ago I was writing how I haven’t had any injuries for a couple of years. I think I may have spoken too soon! Last night I set off to do our club Fartlek session. … Continue reading

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