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Personalised training plans

Request a training plan for your event which is tailored to your ability, lifestyle and goals, free of charge.

Not sure how to kickstart your training for your event? Whether you’re brand new to your chosen challenge, or an event veteran, we know that a personalised training plan can help you stay motivated and injury-free and help you achieve your goals.

We’re delighted that our training partner Full Potential are here to help you out.

What can Full Potential do for me?

The team of experienced coaches can create a personalised training plan for you and assist with questions about injuries, nutrition and much more.

Whether you’re taking part in a run, cycle, trek, Tough Mudder or other challenge, request a personalised training plan today.

Get your personalised training plan

When you click “Get your personalised training plan”, you’ll be asked to complete a short questionnaire. The coaches at Full Potential will review your questionnaire and send you a personalised training plan via email.

Important: disclaimer

Please read this information carefully:

Full Potential is an independent service provider. Mind does not endorse or guarantee the services of Full Potential, and you take part in a training programme recommended by Full Potential at your own risk.

It’s your responsibility to consult with your GP to make sure that you’re medically and physically fit and well enough to take part in a Full Potential training programme and – as per our terms and conditions – your fundraising challenge. Mind will not be held responsible for any injury or illness related to your training or taking part in a fundraising event.

Personalised training plan FAQs

We’re delighted to offer this to our wonderful fundraisers free of charge.

Full Potential will send your training plan via email. If you have questions or need further support, simply contact the team at [email protected]. They’re happy to stay in contact with you via email, SMS or WhatsApp, depending on your preference.


Full Potential will not share your personal data on to any 3rd parties, including Mind. Full Potential will delete your survey response once they have created your training plan. You can find out more about how Full Potential looks after your personal information by reading their privacy policy.

If you’re training for a marathon, Full Potential would recommend at least 12 weeks of training.

We’d suggest contacting Full Potential as soon as you sign up for a challenge. They can design a training plan that takes into account how much time you have before the challenge, or how much time you want to spend training for your challenge.

Full Potential will personalise your plan to your needs. The more information you share at the questionnaire stage, the more tailored your plan will be. And if you want to make adjustments to your plan, simply contact the Full Potential team at [email protected]

No – the Full Potential team will not share any information about you, your training or injuries with the team at Mind.

The Full Potential team only shares non-identifiable information – for example, they let us know how many personalised training plans they’ve sent out.

The initial plan is a guide for training only, but if you have questions about nutrition and hydration, feel free to reach out to the team at Full Potential.

We know physical activity can be an amazing way to support our mental health and help us feel good. But it isn’t helpful for everyone all the time and can lead to problems for some of us. It’s important to recognise some of us can develop an unhealthy relationship with exercise.

Over-exercising can be a form of self-harm. Exercising beyond your limits can cause both physical and emotional harm. It might start to be a way for you to avoid difficult emotions instead of getting support too.

If you’re concerned about your training:

Your health and wellbeing is the most important thing, and you need to take care of yourself.

Please don’t worry about missing a few days of training, it’s totally understandable that life sometimes gets in the way! But if you’re concerned that your training has gotten off-track, reach out to the Full Potential team. They’d be happy to advise and re-work your plan if this is needed.

If you’re seriously injured and your GP, healthcare provider or physiotherapist tells you to stop training, it’s important that you stop your training. You should let us – the team at Mind – know as soon as possible. We may be able to defer your place until next year.

If you have a minor injury, the team at Full Potential would be happy to help you adjust your training plan to give you time to recover.

We’re keen to hear how you’ve found the support you’ve received from Full Potential. If you’d like to share your feedback, please email [email protected]

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