Old school, boring running training is on its way out
Some runners are always going to be content with getting out there 8 days a week to tramp through the junk miles.
Some runners are in it solely for the feeling of freedom, the 'me-time', and being able to log nice big numbers on their weekly mile stats.
And I haven't got a problem with that. In fact I've done my fair share of junk miles over the years, before I figured out how it really worked.
If you are that runner who just loves to run and doesn't care about getting quicker, then the i10 Project definitely isn't going to be for you.
But if you do quite like the idea of learning how to run faster, then the next 10 weeks could be the biggest revolution in running ever.
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"What is the i10 Project?"
It's a 10k training program with a difference. The first thing you need to know about it, is that you need to be able to run for at least 45 minutes non-stop before even thinking about embarking on the Project.
It's not an elite program, and those 45 minutes can be as slow as you like, but you still need to be able to get out there and chew up the time without stopping.
Not that there's much of that type of running in THIS program.
The i10 Project is all about speed. I'm going to teach you HOW to run faster. Build you up, session by session, from where you are right now, into a a PB smashing machine.
It's Almost TOO Simple
In fact I almost feel like an idiot saying this, but the 'secret' to faster running really is to practice running faster.
That's it! But the problem is, most people just don't do it.
Mainly because it's hard work, requires a lot more focus than they're prepared to give and besides, no other program gives them the right sort of structure to build it up.
Which is where the i10 Project comes in.
It's just 3 runs a week, just like all my other coaching programs. But unlike the iHalf and iMarathon, where a big part of the program has to be devoted to building up your endurance so you can complete the distance, in the i10 Project we don't have to worry about that.
Because of the smaller distance, we can devote all of the training runs to getting faster.
If the idea of any of these training systems puts you off, then turn back now:
- Threshold +
- Short sprints
- Hill repeats
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What runners are saying...
"Hey everyone not very often I have much to celebrate but for once I'm smiling like a Cheshire Cat tonight. One year ago I completed my local 10k in 52.21 and was happy enough but after attending The Running Mojo in Dublin I got hard on myself and laid down a challenge to go sub 50 this year. After a failed attempt at George's i10 owing to flu back in November I started again 10 weeks ago and am delighted withy 46.03 tonight. The program was great because of its variety of runs and it definetly paid off, fully recommend it, thanks George! Roll on the iMarathon program for Dublin!!!"
- Ned Campbell
You can't go wrong with this incredible Guarantee!
I'm absolutely positive that the i10 Project will make a significant difference to your speed, I'm willing to let you try out the program absolutely risk free.
After your purchase, take a full 30 days to get stuck into the training, download all the program content from our members site, join the private coaching group on Facebook (that everybody raves about) and get a feel for how the whole thing works.
If after 30 days you don't think that it's right for you, or that you will become a faster runner because of it, all you need to do is email me your PayPal receipt and I'll organise a full refund.
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"Frequently Asked Questions"
I've got you covered. I think the program itself is pretty comprehensive, but occasionally questions do arise. Perhaps something needs clarifying, or you want to know how you could adapt it due to injury or missed sessions.
No Problem! We have a very active private Facebook coaching group that you will get free lifetime access to. Not only am I in there answering questions and taking part in discussions every day, dozens of other runners who have already completed the program are waiting to answer questions and support you as well.
Yep, that's where the private Facebook group really comes into its own. There are always other runners at some stage of the i10 Project, so you can easily buddy up with them and compare training notes.
The i10 Project is for runners who want to get FASTER. Doesn't matter what speed you are at the start, as long as you can run for 45 minutes you'll be able to complete the program.
You'll be immediately redirected to the private members area, www.intelligent-running.com,where you will be invited to register a username and password.
When you log in, all the information you need is presented in a logical way. Although the members site makes it easier to watch the videos and read the programs, you are free to download all the content onto your computer if you prefer.
Nope, you can start as soon as you're ready. It's a 10 week program, so count back from your race day and that's when you want to start. However, you can buy the program and start getting your head around it right away.
Plus of course you get access to the famous private iRunning Facebook group as soon as you're 'inside' as well ;)
There are loads of options when you have finished the i10 Project. Many runners choose to try out their new speed in a half or full marathon program, whilst others go round for another 10k.
Whatever you decide, you'll always have access to the program so you can use it as many times as you like!