NEW YORK (October 2nd, 2014) — Professional distance runner Janet Cherobon-Bawcom has teamed up with legendary coach Dr. Jack Daniels and The Run SMART Project to offer her 10k and half marathon training plans to the public. Bawcom, U.S. 10k Olympian and 15k Champ, has unveiled some of her training secrets to help other runners get faster.
Runners of all levels can now do similar workouts as Bawcom, including hills, fartleks, intervals, etc. but at the appropriate paces thanks to Dr. Jack Daniels and his famous VDOT formulas.
“These plans were adapted from the training I used to lower my 10k time from 34:19 to 32:30 and in preparation for my first 1:10 in the half-marathon,” says Cherobon-Bawcom. I hope you’ll find the same sort of benefit no matter what your goals are!”
Customize Janet’s Plan
Signing up is simple: Purchase the plan and begin customizing your schedule by selecting your goal race/date, how often you want to train and when you prefer to do your longer/harder workout of the week. The VDOT O2 app will then personalize the paces for all of Janet’s designed workouts.
“Offering the ability to customize training from Janet on our VDOT app makes perfect sense considering all the success she’s had as an athlete under the helm of Coach Daniels,” said Brian Rosetti, Founder of The Run SMART Project. “We’re so excited to have her on our team. She’s not only a great person and one of the best road runners in U.S. history, she’s an incredible student of the sport.”
Janet’s 10-week 10K custom plans cost $50. Her 15-week half marathon plans cost $70. For more info visit: http://runsmartproject.com/coaching/janet-bawcom/ She is also now accepting clients for the first time through The Run SMART Project’s private coaching service. Questions? Email [email protected].
Janet Cherobon-Bawcom (born August 22, 1978) is an American distance runner. She grew up in Kenya, before attending college in the United States. In college she won three Division II national championships and was named an All-American eight times. She became eligible to compete for the United States in 2011. In 2012, she made the U.S. Olympic team in the 10,000 meters and placed 12th. She is coached by Dr. Jack Daniels. [Wikipedia]