CCC 100km

2024 Training Plan

  • 16-Week CCC Complete Daily Training Plan
  • Strength and Technique Workouts to Improve Your Running
  • Personalised Feedback Via Online Members Community
  • Designed by Physio and Ultra Runner, Mark Green
  • New 2 x 1 hour deep dive race specific webinar sessions
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Your UTMB CCC 100km Weekly Program Will Guide You On How To Build A Strong Race Body... And Remain Injury Free

The CCC is part of the UTMB World Series

At 101km long, with a cumulative elevation gain of over 6,100m runners get to tackle the beautiful yet demanding terrain of Courmayeur, Champex, and Chamonix

To help you train smart all the way to CCC race day, we have developed a custom CCC training program, with three different levels to choose from, depending on your base fitness and race goals.

Training for an event like CCC is an incredible time commitment, so it is important you train wisely.

Too many athletes train too hard,  get injured, or peak too early.

So to avoid overdoing it ... or underdoing it, you need to follow a plan best suited to you.

This CCC Race-Specific Program is 16 weeks long and is designed to help you achieve your CCC personal best.

Designed by a physio and ultra runner, this holistic program incorporates running technique lessons, strength and stability training, stretching and rolling, nutrition and gear recommendations to help you to prepare for a race you will remember for a lifetime.

Three Different Training Levels To Choose From

We have three different volume/difficulty levels of our CCC 100km Training Program. They are a reflection on how much time you have available to train, rather than a reflection on your goal time for the event. Some runners will be able to complete 100 miles in <14 hours following the level 2 plan, and other runners might take >25 hours following the level 3 plan. You have access to all levels and detailed instructions on how to choose the correct level for you when you sign up.

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What Is Included in the 16 Week CCC Race Plan

CCC Training Starts on 13th May 2024 (you get access as soon as you join). 

What To Expect in the CCC Training Program

A 16 week program to help you train smart all the way till race day

2-3 trail-specific strength workouts per week

Physio advice to ensure you achieve your best and avoid injury

Learn Trail Running Techniques for efficiency and performance

Nutrition advice on how to fuel your body during training and on race day

Checklists you can print out to ensure you stay on track

3 Training options are available so you can find the perfect level for your body

Access to our online running community and personalised feedback

During the race training 

Special Member Discounts Available From Our Partners

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16 Weeks Race Training Less than $5* per week

The 16 week UTMB CCC 100km training plan officially starts on 13th May 2024. You get access as soon as you join. 

CCC Training Plan

Start Your CCC Race Training — $79.00

Mark Green


Owner of Physiotherapy Clinic The Body Mechanic and Founder of The Locker Room

Learn from the experts

Created by physiotherapist and endurance runner, Mark Green. The CCC Training Plan 2024, has been designed after years of helping runners achieve their personal best..

Owner Physiotherapy clinic, The Body Mechanic, and founder of The Locker Room, an online training portal for runners, Mark, has helped thousands of runners improve their running and work towards their race goals.

His holistic approach to training, including strength, mobility, nutrition and running technique will teach you how to move better almost immediately.


Thank you for the awesome program, without it I don’t think I would have been able to cope!! It was hard to mimic some of the sessions in Mount Isa due to the lack of hills but I got there!!  I even achieved my goal of under 10hrs with 9hrs and 34min

Kristy Wernowski

With Mark’s coaching, plus his strength and conditioning classes, and network of expert professionals, I am now better conditioned and stronger than ever. I continue to knock significant times over my PB’s and increasing my distances. I completed GOW100 and UTA100.  I now am better educated about my training, nutrition, heart rates and performance as well as hydration needs and sodium loss rates.

Shane Smedley


Thanks Mark so much for your guidance throughout the last three months.

Because of the training, I just ran and enjoyed the scenery and didn’t overthink anything. The bonus was that I surprised myself on my second trail race ever placing 16th female and a time of 2hrs 25mins in the 22 course.

Amanda Marchant

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