Well, because I am a member of the Oiselle Volee team, every once in a while we are offered an opportunity in the running world because various other team members are looking out for us. Thursday was one of those days.
So that same day, I signed up.
This is a very baseline review of the product, as obviously I have not yet started using the plans all that much, I just kind of got things set up in the system so I can see how it falls out. I entered the races in that I have planned for next year (some I am registered for already, some I am not), including my goal race of the Owens Corning Half Marathon at the Glass City Marathon. I also synced it up with my garmin account and my runkeeper account. And I even added my Athlinks username and password so it can pull in my race results.
Right now I have my training paces set up based around previous race results. I have not figured out how to set a goal time for my goal race and have it calculate my training around that (but I tweeted at the company this morning to figure out if I could, and how to do that!) Because I do not know how to do that just yet, I have my training set up around my 5K PR right now, as that will easily achieve me the half marathon race results that I want.
Have you used runcoach?
What price is too much for you to spend to get a training plan like this?