N2RWL is a 16-week running plan for people looking to change their lives for the better.
This plan focuses on building mileage slowly in order to make lasting changes. When you finish N2RWL, it’s only the beginning.
You will have built a base of strength, endurance along with habits that will help you lose weight along the way.
This is a system that will gently nudge you towards higher levels of activity and better nutritional habits.
It’s not a diet.
Depriving yourself and relying on willpower? No, not here.
While this plan will work perfectly well with any type of diet that resonates with you (e.g. paleo, vegan, keto, low carb), it does not tell you what to eat.
I am not interested in starving you and running you into the ground just to prove that my plan works.
N2RWL is a running program that incorporates the traits, habits and behaviours of people who have lost 30 or more pounds and kept the weight off for more than one year.
If you’re here to lose weight fast without putting in the work to change your habits, this plan is not for you.
What Others Are Saying
"This plan is amazing! I like that it is broken up into increments so it doesn’t overwhelm. I like that is personal, it feels like Mark is talking to you directly and motivating you without judgement.
If you haven’t tried it, give it a whirl, I am impressed and have had success! I am down two sizes in 2 months."
- Pennie Hartley
"Can i start off by saying I am not a runner. I decided in Aug of 2016 to make a life style change, i started eating better, cleaner, healthier and had lost about 30 pounds then in Jan of 2017 my weight loss had stalled drastically it seemed like overnight. So I decided I needed to start exercising but what kind of exercise could I do, I am a stay at home mom of a almost toddler a preschooler and I was still over 200 lbs. I thought well I don't know many marathon runners that are heavy, maybe I should give it a try. I didn't much enjoy that choice because I had tried running in the past and it really hurt, my shins, my knees, you name it, I tried other running programs and would injure myself within the first couple of weeks and have to continually start over.
Then, life changed, I found the None to run program, some things that were different, I didn't have to run a certain distance, I could repeat a day or a week of the program ( which I did often). I could do this at my own pace, moving on when I felt ready so I didn't injure myself. The strength exercise videos are a must! They really helped me to strengthen my muscles, my body so I could safely progress. I think doing them have also helped my form so I could continue to run and to do what my body really needed. I still use the program, have completed the 12 weeks program in 8 months and have now ran my first ever 5K. When I started, I was 212 lbs I am now right at a year from starting and am weighing in at 138 lbs. I am stronger physically and more importantly mentally from following the none to run program.
Please if you are looking for something to help you change your life and to find the joy in running, this is it!"
- Kathleen Lowder
- Go from running continuously for less than 5-minutes up to 30-minutes.
- Establish the same habits as people who lose weight and maintain their weight loss (backed by science).
- Finally, start to enjoy running like all those annoyingly happy runners you see on the streets :)
- Immediately available after purchase.
- Can be reused anytime and has no expiration date.
- 16-week plan in PDF format that you can print off or refer to on your mobile.
- Includes a program guide with tips and information.
- Strength exercise routines to help you get stronger and reduce the chance of injury.
- Unlimited email access to ask me questions during your plan.
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
I am confident that you'll be happy with the plan.
Of course, if you're not pleased with your purchase, then I think you should get your money back.
I offer a 100% money back guarantee that lasts for 30-days from the date of purchase.
Hey. I'm Mark.
As USATF (USA Track and Field) certified coach and a former Kinesiologist, I created my blog, Healthynomics, as a personal outlet for me to stay in touch with my passion of exercise science and healthy living.
I enjoy helping people get fit and improving their health by sharing my experiences and the knowledge from industry experts.
My work has been featured in places like RunKeeper, Strength Running, The Globe and Mail, CBC News and Lifehacker.
Lately, my focus has been on helping beginner runners get started.