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Graeme L asked the question in We threw away the rule book

Training plan?

I've heard some folks talking about training plans. So, what's one of them then?

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depends on what youre looking to attain

Sports-iqgold Billy B answered Comment

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I concur. We need to 1st know the goal and only then put in a training plan to meet that goal. If the goal is a strong upper body, the plan is totally different from a goal to run a marathon.

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For example runnersworld magazine have a bunch of ones for various distances, e.g.http://www.runnersworld-magazine.co.uk/free-training-guides/marathon-plan/ but it's my experience that as long as you strike a good balance of getting your body and your core strong with various exercises, along with building up mileage at a rate that you feel comfortable with you'll get there injury free.  I know too many people who go from injury to injury because they've tried to follow the rule book too much, instead of following their instincts, and listening to their body.  Everyone's different.

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Could you rephrase that question, and ask for something a little more specific? I made my own training plan, but it helps only as some kind of guideline, and often do a little more or a little less, depending on how I feel. 

Sports-iqgold Leonard B answered Comment

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Sometimes I follow a specific plan with a specific goal, like lifting weights or improving my running; sometimes I go with the flow- if I feel like swimming I'll swim, or fancy going for a long run etc. Other times I do Spartan WODs that are emailed to me, so I don't know what I'm doing till I open my mail ^_^ Whilst it just feels good to train, it is usually good to have something to aim for ...

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