I am thrilled to fill you in on the details of a new fitness partnership with Emily Breeze that we are launching TODAY! Welcome to Zero2Run!
ZERO2RUN 5K + 10K TRAINING PLANS
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Our Zero2Run training program will take you from zero to the finish line of a 5 or 10K race in just 8 weeks…while also helping you get strong and fit! Whether your goal is to run your first race or just to find a balanced routine that includes running and strength training, Zero2Run will get you there!
What sets our plan apart from other training programs is the inclusion of strength training workouts. The plan includes 15 detailed workouts for each training plan distance so you get 30 workouts total that are programmed by me and Breeze.
The plans are set up so that you do 3 days a week of running, 2 days of strength training and two days are your choice of rest, walk, stretch, mobility work or yoga.
In just 8 weeks you can go from zero to crossing the finish line of your goal race feeling strong and fit!
GET STARTED TODAY!
The ebook is now available for purchase. Get started today and join us in training for a fall race! Breeze and I will be heading up a stroller pushing relay team for the Charlotte Marathon with our babes (she’s a mom of two and her littlest was born 4 days before Finn!). We’d love to have you join us in the training fun no matter where you might be racing!
Let me know if you have any questions! Happy running.
Hi! Does the strength training days require a gym? Or can I get by with free weights?
Some of the workouts do call for kettlebells and med balls and occasionally a barbell but I think you could totally get by with dumbbells!
What equipment do you need for the strength training part? Awesome idea!
Hey Julie – things like dumbbells, kettlebells, a jump rope…occasionally a barbell but you could get by without it for sure!
What can you replace the rows with? If you don’t want to go to gym and use rower! Thanks 🙂
I have a few questions. How long would the workouts be? The name seems to imply that someone who has never run before could do it. Is that the case? Or do you need to have a certain level of fitness? Is there anyone who shouldn’t use this plan? I am wondering since I am slowly getting my activity back up after an injury and am curious if this is something that can be modified or if I should pass.
I just bought the Zero2Run. I like the overall structure etc but will you or your ebook partner be putting together some sort of glossary of the movements some of us may not be as familiar with? Like, a single leg deadlift I know, but a Romanian deadlift and a few others not so much. I know a quick google does a world of good, but a single place to go for this specific program would be incredibly helpful (and also prevent excuses for not doing the day’s work out lol) Thanks!