Running levels - approximate explanations
It is definitely hard to precisely sort so many different individuals under only three categories.
We will do our best to explain running levels bellow, however please know that you have nothing to worry about when making initial purchase - if you feel that training program is not the best suited to your level (for any reason) just contact us and we will exchange it for something else based on your comments.
Our training levels are based on three categories:
1. Beginner plans - Training plans optimised for people just starting with training, or continuing to train after a long injury. Training plans from this category are also suitable for people who will start with brisk walking first and then transition to running.
2. Intermediate plans - These plans will contain trainings with goals of running 45 - 70 minutes during one training. Training plans will also include various heart rate levels, as well as intervals within the training itself. All this will make trainings more interesting, and will significantly increase overall fitness level.
3. Advanced plans - Plans made for people who are ready to commit to serious training load. Distances may go to 10 miles or more on some days, and interval trainings will usually last 45 to 60 minutes. Heart rate tracking is well recommended, as at this stage rest and pacing become important factors as well.