Week 10 of the Eleven Weeks Half Marathon Training Plan

Week 10 of the Eleven Weeks Half Marathon Training Plan

11 weeks Half Marathon Training Plan

(Week 10 0f 11 Weeks) 13th September – 18th September Marathon Training Plan.

Week 10 of the Eleven Weeks Half Marathon Training Plan

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This will be the last hard week training plan. But you need to prepare very well for the task ahead of you. Make sure you are not training with an injury ahead of your competition. Remember that you are not going to compete with anybody but against your own. Sometimes athletes wish to follow the leading group meanwhile the pace is very different. Make sure you are running at your own comfortable pace that you can finish your race. Using your own pace can make you run a better time than following other’s pace and burn out easily.

Remember that your system may be locked up when you start on top of your pace. Most of the athletes face these issues from the beginners to the elite level.

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If you have been following our training plan, then prepare a new personal best coming 25th September. We will extend the work after the Asante Akyem Marathon Challenge, 25th September to help those preparing for the postponed Tamale Half Marathon. Week 10 of the Eleven Weeks Half Marathon Training Plan.

Read the new scheduled date for the Tamale Half Marathon here.

https://athleticshour.com/breaking-news-the-tamale-half-marathon-has-been-postponed/

Amateur Work Out

Monday: morning. < 5km moderate + 10*200m/200m hill reps >, evening <10km easy>

Tuesday: morning. <6*1500m/5min rest 1×1km/5min rest *use your 21k pace >, evening. <45min recovery>

Wednesday: morning. <“16km* 8km easy & 8km moderate>, evening. <strength/rest/gym if available>

Thursday: morning. <15*3min/60secs>, evening, <45min easy>

Friday: morning. < 60min easy>, evening. <10km easy>

Saturday: <80min moderate >

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Beginners Work Out

Monday: morning. < 5km moderate + 10*200m/200m hill reps >, evening <8km easy>

Tuesday: morning. <4*1500m/5min rest 4×1km/5min rest *use your 21k pace >, evening. <45min recovery>

Wednesday: morning. <“16km* 8km easy & 8km moderate>, evening. <strength/rest/gym if available>

Thursday: morning. <15*2min/60secs>, evening, <45min easy>

Friday: morning. < 60min easy>, evening. <8km easy>

Saturday: <80min moderate >

 

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The Tamale Half Marathon 2021 has been postponed!!!!

The Asante Akyem Marathon is slated for Saturday, 25th September 2021