10K Trainer Pro by C25K®

10K Trainer Pro by C25K®

By Zen Labs

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-04-11
  • Current Version: 6.3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 96.62 MB
  • Developer: Zen Labs
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 527 Ratings


■ The Official 10K Trainer App ■ Millions of success stories! ■ Featured on The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, Men's Fitness, Forbes, Mashable, Glamour Magazine, Popsugar Fitness, CBS News, Fox News, Macworld and many more! "Daily programs that alternate between short bursts of walking and running until you're ready to go the distance." - Forbes "One of the highest-rated health and fitness apps... A modest, realistic workout schedule." - Men's Fitness ≈ Real-Life Inspirational Transformations ≈ - Over 150,000 Likes and 1500 Success Photos at facebook.com/c25kfree - Our community inspires one another (and inspires us!) everyday. Hear some of their amazing stories. "In this last year I have lost 97 lbs, gotten off insulin and 9 other medications, completed the C25K running app and started the 10k app. Life is a blessing." - Diana “I went from a size 16 to a size 7. I tell anyone I can about the app. because it was nothing short of a life changer.” - Amber 10K Trainer is the easiest program to get beginners from couch potatoes to 10K distance runners in just 14 weeks. By the same experts who created the #1 C25K (Couch to 5K) training app! Don’t worry, if you are already a 5K graduate, you can skip ahead in this app and pick up where C25K app leaves off! This proven 14 week plan will allow users to slowly build strength and stamina by alternating between walking and running. The blend of walking and running together reduces the overall impact and risk of injury, makes training more fun, keeps your body guessing, and prepares you to go the distance. By the end of the program, you will be fitter, stronger and healthier than you have ever been and will be able to run a full 10k! Listen to your favorite music while you train and follow the program’s convenient audio alerts. Along with voice/audio alerts and music controls on your headset, just press “start”, put your device in your pocket, and you are ready to go. ≈ Features ≈ ◉ BRAND NEW MUSIC curated from top DJ's, built right into the app (subscription)! Scientifically proven to increase motivation by 35% ◉ Track your calories and distance for each workout! Tap the center dial to cycle through your stats! ◉ Apple Watch integration! ◉ Proven 14 week program to get you running 10k ◉ Easiest 10k program at only 3 times/week ◉ Listen to your own favorite music and playlist while you train ◉ Convenient audio coach and alerts ◉ Integrated with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram ◉ Convenient access to our forums with thousands of veterans and newcomers starting the app. Join the community! Questions/comments? Please email us at contactus@zenlabsfitness.com, or visit us at www.zenlabsfitness.com. ≈ Connect ≈ Facebook: @C25Kfree Twitter: @C25Kfree Instagram: @zenlabsfitness Hashtag: #C25K Zen Labs is a proud supporter of the National Breast Cancer Coalition. breastcancerdeadline2020.org Zen Power Playlist auto-renewing subscription: - 1 Month: $4.99 - 1 Year: $49.99 – Payment will be charged to iTunes Account – Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period – Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal – Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase – Privacy Policy & Terms of Use: zenlabsfitness.com/privacy-policy/ – Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable Legal Disclaimer This app and any information given by it or by Zen Labs LLC are for educational purposes only. You should always consult your healthcare provider before beginning any fitness program. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • Bought it for Apple Watch

    By Minggdth
    Complete waste of money. Was hoping to leave my phone at home and just take my watch with me on my runs and run the application off of it. You HAVE to have your phone close to you, running the app simultaneously, and even then, it doesn’t even alert you on the watch, no vibration, no ding, nothing. I was previously using the free 10K app by c25k and really enjoyed it. Now I’m frustrated and wanting my money back because it offers nothing more than what you already get with the free version of the app. Don’t waste your money on this. If I could get a refund I would.
  • Works but doesn’t send data to any other apps

    By daneyd
    I am disappointed it doesn’t talk to Apple health or MFP or anything else that does talk to Apple health. I don’t get credit for a workout on my trackers and that’s a big flaw. I can start a second app at the same time but that’s a hassle and sort of makes this app less relevant. I paid for pro and it seems like it’s an afterthought v their C25k app.
  • Love it

    By Moominsforever
    Great pacing and a user-friendly interface. It made running 6 miles seem doable!
  • Solid App

    By Nosirrahm
    Update 06/18: why am I always restarting running?? This love/hate relationship with running. The wonky notifications continue with the half way notifications coming twice - Week 2 tone “you are half way” tone “Begin running” tone “your are half way.” Then at the end - tone “one more minute”...tone “one more minute.” Update 07/17: I like the app (really should anyone have to use this app as much as I do? Injury/laziness = stop running then lets go back to the app again. Notifications continue to be an issue for me. In week 1, you will hear the tone then voice tell you that you are half way (which throws me off because I started running), then tone again "Begin running," tone, "You are half way." This problem has continued into week 3 - it's not handling the placement of the half way indication with the next run. I've heard them so much, I know what to expect. If I lock the screen on the app then push the power button to turn off the screen, you will not hear audio notifications. If you lock the screen in the app and put your phone away and allow your settings to turn off the screen after your preset time, notifications work. Frustrating because it's habit for me to hit the power button to lock/turn off screen. If I lock the screen in the app and swap to my music app and lock with power button, notifications don't work. Mind you when you take the time to pull the phone BACK out, you will see all your missed notifications on the notification screen. Fix these issues and this will be lot better. Update 01/17: This is a solid app for anyone looking to do the C25K program (and beyond). I still haven't run with the watch again since I use my garmin to track runs to keep all my data. Now if y'all will figure out a way to stop asking if I like the app after every run session. ___ Previous Update: Good Gracious. I finally figured out the notification issue. Now for the watch issue. ____ I've tested lots of c25k apps. I thought this one was my favorite. Gave me the c25k program and beyond to 10k. Wasn't there a screen lock? It doesn't work in the background - I don't even have the option to make it work in the background. If I start the app and move to my music app, it stops prompting you. If I lock my phone, it stops promoting. It is be the app on the screen and active. Once in a while, I'll get the stray prompt, "you can starting walking." Huh? I was walking. Did I miss a run prompt? It messes with your brain when that happens. The app for the apple watch is worthless. It only refreshes when you lift your arm to look at the screen. I can't remember if I started it on my phone or watch, but the watch app completed the warm up countdown and then just stayed at zero. It never prompted for run or anything. So if it's not prompting with a little noise or vibration I can't use it since that is all its supposed to do.
  • Good but lacks some key elements

    By Stew4646
    Good app. The workout buildups are well thought out. It’ll help anyone starting out or getting back into running to build towards a goal. However, it does not link with Apple Health nor does it have some of the foundational elements runners look for (stat tracking). It’s pretty much a “run till the timer runs out” app.
  • Perfectly acceptable

    By susanibaker
    For a beginner’s app which is what it should be used for, it is absolutely fine.
  • Just Okay

    By xoxogossipcat
    I like the pacing this app has, but it's glitchy, isn't integrated with Spotify, fills up your notifications, and doesn't show your progress on the screen or tell the user which part of the running sequence they're in. It does, however, help me build up my stamina after running breaks injury free.
  • Do not waste money on PRO!

    By Zoebearsmom
    Like a previous reviewer shared, nothing about this app is worth spending on the PRO version. I purchased it to use with my Apple Watch but it won’t stay up, and I can’t do anything from my watch - pause, skip music, etc. it doesn’t connect with Apple Health or count as a workout. There are no maps, etc. Absolutely useless. I generally love the zenlabs apps and they are my go to for race training, but I am incredibly disappointed in this.
  • Good app!

    By Shiouri
    I’m using 10K Trainer Pro because it has C25K and B210K together in one app so I’m not having to switch apps after I finish C25K and move onto B210K. I like this app a lot. I am almost done with week 4, and I’ve gone from not being able to run a mile to being able to run a mile in 10 minutes and 28 seconds. I look forward to being able to do a full 5K soon and then moving onto training to run 10K!
  • Room for growth.

    By Joeofjune
    This isn’t meant to be your one stop shop. As a coached tool for running improvement, this app is great. You need to push yourself to achieve the goals, but they’re doable. I’m glad I found the app. Con: time doesn’t run on lock screen.