Here's the Plan:

Two sets of schedules. The first set gets you across the finish line of your first 10k. The next set builds for a stronger, faster, second one.

Train wisely

As you get into more advanced training, you need to train according to time proven running training principles, I'll make sure you do that, and I'll be in the private Facebook, every day, to answer your questions.


  • 2

    Knowledge Base

    • Dynamic Stretching

    • Dynamic Stretching Video

    • Static Stretching Video

    • Warming Up

    • Running Form Video #1

    • Running Form Video #2

    • Running form Checklist

    • Cadence: The Magic Bullet to Run Faster, More Comfortably and With Fewer Injuries

    • Cadence: Running With a Metronome

    • Speed and Pace

    • No Pain No Gain - NOT

    • Butt Clinchers & Heel-Toe Walking Video

    • Clam Shell Video

    • Hip Routine Video

    • Planks and Bridges Video

    • One-Leg Balance Exercise Video

    • Side Leg Lifts Video

    • Lateral Walking Video

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    • Fueling and Nutrition for a 10k

    • Resources

  • 4

    First 10k Schedules

    • Week 1: First 10k

    • Week 2: First 10k

    • Week 3: First 10k

    • Week 4: First 10k

    • Week 5: First 10k

    • Week 6: First 10k

    • Week 7: First 10k

    • Week 8: First 10k

    • Week 9: First 10k

    • Week 10: First 10k

  • 5

    Building a Better 10k

    • Week 1: A Better 10k

    • Week 2: A Better 10k

    • Week 3: A Better 10k

    • Week 4: A Better 10k

    • Week 5: A Better 10k

    • Week 6: A Better 10k

    • Week 7: A Better 10k

    • Week 8: A Better 10k

    • Week 9: A Better 10k

    • Week 10: A Better 10k

    • Week 11: A Better 10k

    • Week 12: A Better 10k (no walking)

Your Coach


Debbie Voiles

By the time I became a certified coach, I had been running 30 years; yet, I was blown away by how much I learned and its immediate impact on my running. That’s when I set out to spread the word about the proven, most successful ways to train.You can have what I have. I’m 64. I don’t take any medications, my blood pressure is ideal, blood work is excellent, and knees are fine, even though I've been running 41 years.I'm happy to share what I've learned. Most critical for new runners is training at an appropriately low intensity and listening to their bodies.I give my clients permission to walk - a lot - for a while, to give their bodies time to adjust. I created a Facebook group for online coaching members to have a place to ask me questions and to interact with others in the this program, making the online experience a bit closer to that of my 'in person' coaching clients.


  • Running Form

  • Strength

  • Leg Turnover

  • Cross Training

  • Training Principles

  • Breathing

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Bonus Material

  • eBook: Infinite Running Resources

    Links to credible sources for exercises, stretching, books, movies, checklists, and more.

    $39 value

    Every running resource you could ever want all in one easy to access location.

  • Mojo for Running Podcast

    Over 150 Episodes

    You can't even put a price on that much coaching advice.

    Every topic I've ever covered with my coaching clients, from nutrition to race strategy to tapering, training principles, avoiding injury, setting goals, strength training, cross training and more.

  • Exclusive Facebook Group

    Private group just for members of this program.

    Enjoy the camaraderie of other runners on the same journey, enrolled in the same course. It also give you the opportunity to ask me questions every day because I stop in to answer questions twice daily.

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