Week Two of the Eleven Weeks Half Marathon Training Plan
This week’s training will be a little bit easier than the previous week. There is no turning back we are all going to make it to the finish line coming 25th September.
The beginners aim for the finish!
The amateurs aim for the prize!
Together we are going to cross the finish line!
11 weeks Half Marathon Training Plan.
(Week 2 of 12 Weeks) 19th July – 24th July
Beginner Work Out
|Monday||30 min steady easy||5km recovery|
|Wednesday||30 min easy||Rest|
|Thursday||10km moderate||Little warm up (gym/strength/rest)|
|Friday||15 min warm-up 15×200m hill reps||rest|
|Saturday||60 min easy||rest|
Amateur Work Out
|Monday||60 min steady easy||10km recovery|
|Wednesday||30 min easy||45 min easy steady|
|Thursday||“Fartlek 15k” 5k easy→5k test→5k recovery||Little warm up (strength/gym/rest)|
|Friday||30 min easy||60 min moderate|
|Saturday||5k warm + 20×200m hill reps||rest|
Week two of the eleven weeks Half Marathon Training Plan.
All speed work must start with 2km or 15 min warm-up and 2km or 15 min cooldown
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