Endomondo have started rolling out training plans for runners. These training plans are dynamic in that they update and change based on your progress and fitness.
You must churn out a certain mileage per week in order to qualify for a training plan. For example, I do around 15K a week, and therefore, Endomondo offers me a 5-15km training plan, but doesn’t offer me a Half Marathon or Marathon training plan.
Here’s an example of a training plan Endomondo offered me for a 10K. I’m not using this plan for two reasons. First, I’m already in the middle of a training plan with MyAsics, and second, this plan finishes in JANUARY and the earliest I can end the plan is October 25th, which is way beyond the date of October 6th when my first 10K race is.
- Free Run #21 (blenderfox.com)
- Marathon/Half-Marathon Training Tips (jillybeaner.wordpress.com)
- Endomondo Sports Tracker PRO v8.9.2 (androidapkdownloadblog.wordpress.com)
- Half Marathon Training – Day 83 (blenderfox.com)
- The problems of running too fast….. (oneeightystepsperminute.wordpress.com)
- Fitness Tracking Apps: Not Just for Exercise Anymore (comunicano.com)
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- Endomondo raises $800K to make cardio training virtually social (venturebeat.com)
- Friends don’t let friends get fat: Fitness app Endomondo channels social pressure into mileage (venturebeat.com)