If you’re into running, you’ve probably heard about fartlek training. This popular training method is great for boosting your training, whether you’re knee-deep into a marathon plan or looking to run 5k for fun. But what does fartlek mean, and what’s really involved? Keep reading to explore how this Swedish running phenomenon can help take your training to the next level.

Updated: Wednesday 12 June 2024

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For runners of all abilities, the marathon distance demands a dedicated and structured training plan to complete. If you’ve worked your way through the 5k, 10k and the half marathon distances and are ready to think about tackling 26.2 miles, you’re in the right place.

Updated: Wednesday 14 February 2024

Published: Monday 9 October 2023

The 5km distance can be both accessible and challenging depending on your experience. Tailored for beginners looking to get into running, our eight-week training plan combines running with strength training to help improve your cardiovascular fitness and get you ready to run the 5km distance.

Updated: Wednesday 17 January 2024

Published: Friday 28 July 2023

The half-marathon distance bridges the gap between “short” distance and “long” distance running. For beginners or those that have done a 10k event it the past, 13.1 -miles (21km) is a challenging but attainable distance – as long as you have the right training plan.

Updated: Wednesday 17 January 2024

Published: Wednesday 10 January 2024

The 10km distance is a challenging and rewarding distance that tests new and experienced runners alike. Whether you’ve just completed a 5km and are looking for a new challenge, or you’re eyeing up a new PB, our plan can help.

Updated: Wednesday 17 January 2024

Published: Friday 12 January 2024