There are dozens of places to go for training plans: coaches, internet searches, your friends.

While each source will have its benefits and drawbacks, the most important thing is that you have a training plan that suits you. That can mean changing which days you train, to making adjustments to allow you to go on holiday, to being able to say, “I just don’t feel like it today.” Yes, structure is useful and having a plan to reach your goals can be the difference between success and failure, but if the plan isn’t yours, you could be off to a losing start.

I’m always happy to look through training schedules and support athletes to adapt what’s going on for them: get in touch if you want to know more.

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