My Run Plan

My Run Plan

By Focus-N-Fly

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2017-11-16
  • Current Version: 3.0.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 68.37 MB
  • Developer: Focus-N-Fly
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 220 App Reviews)
  • Price:
My Run Plan App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 220 App Reviews

My Run Plan App Details

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.


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App Reviews

  • Only got one year, now won’t let me in and no support

    By Msemich
    I have used this app for a year and had a good experience, but when it auto renewed I suddenly could not open it anymore- keeps showing me a page with ‘subscription options’ then telling me ‘you have already subscribed ‘ when I select the option. I tried contacting the maker and no response, but they already got my money for the second year. Tried deleting and redownloading app and no dice.
  • Stuck in an endless login loop

    By BrownMagic814
    This app looked like something I’d like to try. However, when using it for the first time, it prompted me to register. I do so, and successfully logged in. When I try to set up a plan, I’m given a choice to logging in or registering a new account. No matter what I pick, it takes me to register a new account, which I can’t do because it tells me my email is already taken. If I try to login using the credentials that I signed up with (that worked the first time I used them) it tries to register me as a new user again.
  • Maybe better for experienced runners?

    By samtwomiller
    I haven’t loved this app - doesn’t feel like it was made for runners who are just starting their training. Rather than coaching / calling out exercises along the way, it dumps all of the instructions on you at once, expecting you to guess your own distances. Once you’re familiar with the exercises & rhythms it gets better, but wasn’t effective coaching for me.
  • I love most things about this app

    By relievedbyalfred
    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.
  • App problem

    By !2 !nch pr!ck
    My app is not opening it keeps cutting off please help
  • Great app.

    By Housemommy
    This app is great! I love that you can put in your marathon and the date and it creates a plan for you. Effortless.
  • Glitchy

    By freshjyve
    Too many technical issues: I had to contact the team for help when it would not let me enter a rest period. And when it was scheduling a 5 mile long run in prep for a half marathon (that was the longest run in the plan 3 weeks leading up to the race). That’s a recipe for injury. The interface takes months to get used to and figure out certain features- like entering your test instead of assuming you rested bc nothing was entered. Also, the spin dials for entering time are annoying. Why can’t I just type in my time? It would be faster. Not sure my plan is built for an increased speed since the times do not change on projected race time.
  • Not user friendly

    By Mvbby
    I love the idea behind this app but it is poorly executed. Runners World needs to reach out to some of the users of this app and make some changes.
  • Great customer service

    By DonnaDeck
    We had some login issues today, and confusion with Family Sharing. The customer service was wonderful. After a couple of back and forth emails, our issues were solved.
  • Almost there

    By DC Runner 735
    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.