When you start training towards your goal you’ll need a plan. The Running Domain programs give you a plan for your targeted event that is simple, jargon free and easy to understand.
You decide when and where to do your training and which sessions happen on what days.
It is delivered in a number of phases so you only have to concentrate on what’s in front of you without being distracted by what is to come.
The Members weekly email keeps you up to date with news, new releases of the Training Plans and details the upcoming week’s runs. Details of each of the runs during the week are published in the weekly emails along with printable run maps and link to maps so you can load them on your phone for reference.
You’ll also meet your fellow runners online through the Running Domain Facebook forum.
This vibrant forum allows you to share and learn from the experiences of people who are training alongside you.
There are a number of groups runs during the week including speed sessions which are designed to help you fulfill the requirements or your training plan. Weekday runs are shorter and designed to be done within the hour and outside of regular business hours to allow you to run and get to work or back to your other commitments..
On the weekends Long run, being in the group runs puts you alongside other people training for your chosen event so you can share your running and your experiences. The half-
Your coach provides feedback and advice to you throughout the program.
Whether you record your running using your Running Domain training plan or use a software app such as Strava, Garmin Connect or Runkeeper your coach will monitor your training alongside your plan and give you feedback to ensure you stay on track.
And if you need advice all you have to do is ask for it. Talk to your coach at one of the training runs or get in touch by email or phone
Coaching is available to you from experienced coaches
As well as your coach and fellow runners, a network of professionals support the Running Domain programs.
That means we can help you find the right shoes, clothing and gear as well as being able to refer you onto a network of specialist physiotherapists, podiatrists, Chiropractors, biomechanics, massage therapists, and dieticians to help keep you in top form.
There’s even a travel agency to help you book accommodation and flights when you travel interstate or overseas to fulfil your running dreams