Wondering how to train for the Fortitude 10k? They have a fantastic training schedule on their website, one for beginners and one for intermediates. The Fortitude 10k, in only its second year, is sure to become a classic, just like it’s older sibling the BolderBOULDER. The Fortitude has a much flatter course, making it a bit more friendly!
As I have gotten older, I have found myself needing more rest days and less mileage than before. The great part about the 10k distance is that it really takes minimal training to get through it. 30 minutes per day, 3-4 days per week, and you’ll have no problem running the whole course.
My personal goal is to break the 40 minute barrier, something I’ve done only once at the BB10k and I missed at last year’s Fortitude 10k by 40 seconds. Whether you are aiming just to finish the course, or a 30 minute 10k is in your reach, the Fortitude 10k is a great event! The training plans on their website will help you achieve the goal you’re looking for and get the most out of your experience!