My Run Plan 4+


    • 3.9 • 183 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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My Run Plan designs a training plan for you based on your personal goals, preferred workout schedule, and current level of activity and fitness. Using a patented algorithm, which has been proven to increase fitness and improve race times, My Run Plan will build an appropriate training progression and get you to the start line feeling fit, fresh, and ready to run your best.

With My Run Plan you can:
● Tweak your schedule if you miss a workout. See the plan automatically adjust when you make a fitness breakthrough or run a PR.
● Get help from experienced coaches for questions on training, nutrition, racing and injury prevention.
● Sync with your popular activity trackers and training watches, including Garmin, Apple Watch, Strava, Fitbit and Runkeeper.

My Run Plan will help you unleash your fitness potential!

The My Run Plan application is free to download. After completing registration, you will be prompted to subscribe to My Run Plan. The auto-renewing subscriptions to My Run Plan are $9.99 USD monthly, $49.99 USD semiannually, or $64.99 USD annually which all include a two-week free trial at the start of your first subscription.

Your iTunes account will be charged after your two-week free trial, and subscriptions will automatically renew at their respective price unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions can be managed or cancelled at any time by visiting your iTunes account settings. Auto-renew may be turned off by going into your account settings. If a subscription is purchased before the end of the trial period, any unused portion of the trial period will be forfeited.

For more information, please review our privacy policy ( or terms and conditions (

This app integrates with Apple HealthKit, so that My Run Plan can access training data recorded by HealthKit. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 3.1.3

- Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
183 Ratings

183 Ratings

relievedbyalfred ,

I love most things about this app

This app is great at creating an effective training plan for me. However, there are some things about the app that I do not like. I do not sync my Fitbit with it because if you use the Fitbit and the app to track your run, it logs it as 2 separate runs. If I just use the Fitbit to track the run, then I don’t get the app’s feedback while I’m running. The problem with using the app to track my run is that I have to start it on the phone, which is fine for a training run, but not ideal during a race. So, my current frustration is that I’m trying to enter my race manually, but I am unable to enter it as a race because that is not an option. I would love to see a fix for this or get some feedback on how to do this. If this were not an issue, I would have given a 5 star rating.

ajc1120 ,

Quirky app but good concept

I have been using the app now over a month training for a half. I like that it customizes based on what you want your schedule to be. I also like that it updates based on your progress and the integration with Strava is great.
What I don’t like...
-I have only been able to view the entire plan 1 time. Now it won’t load that far half is June 3 and that was as of April 24.
-Today it won’t let me in the app, stops me on a screen saying welcome back and asks what subscription I want. I have a subscription already. I even try to select a new subscription and it tells me I’m subscribed. Now I’m stuck in subscription screen limbo and can’t see my training plan. I can’t remember what my run is supposed to be today. I contacted support and have heard nothing back. Seriously?!
- back when I could get in the app, I dislike being forced to put mileage in for cross training days. Some cross training days there is no mileage involved but I have to enter mileage even if it was yoga.
- adding any cross training is tedious
- I’ve emailed the “coaches” and never gotten a response
- the drill video links don’t work, so I never do the drills

All in all the idea is good I like the progress I have seen in following this plan. This is my third time training for a a half but my first time with this plan. I’m glad I’m on the monthly plan. If I can ever get back in I will finish this training and never use it again.

DC Runner 735 ,

Almost there

Overall very pleased with the app, but two things I hope can be in the next (or very soon) update:

(1) Any manual updates I make in the app to a workout imported from Apple Health seem to be overwritten the next time the app syns with Health. There needs to be a backend flag to either not import previously sync’d workouts or to not reimport if the workout has been updated by the user

(2) Needs an Apple Watch app the allows me to start/execute my training plan workouts from the watch. I don’t run with my phone and have zero desire to start.

App Privacy

The developer, Focus-N-Fly, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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