HALF MARATHON WITH 'SAINTS DAYS 5K & 10K TRAINING PLANS will begin January 13. If one of your 2019 Resolutions is to run or walk a race, Earned Runs may be able to provide you with a daily training plan that begins in mid-January and takes you through the middle of May, when you would complete a half marathon. Prior to that effort you would also complete a 5K near the St. Valentine’s Day weekend in mid-February, and a 10K near the St. Patrick’s Day weekend in mid-March.
Each of the shorter distance “SAINTS DAYS’ races are intended to serve as ‘tune-up’ competitions for the half marathon. However, if you are not interested in the longer distance race, you can use the plans to provide a daily training schedule through the winter. Spring begins in the third week of March, so you can go your own way after the St. Patrick’s Day event if you wish to stop then.
The helpful aspect of all Earned Runs training plans is that they are not exclusively focused on simply running or walking sessions but also
encourage mobility and strength work.
Check out the DRAFTS for the RUN and WALK 2019 Plans (each has PARTS 1 and 2). Perhaps you’ll want to use them to guide you toward accomplishing fitness goals for the year.
RUN & MOVE HAPPY!
RUN: Half Marathon 2019 with SAINTS DAYS 5k and 10K Plan PART 1
RUN: Half Marathon 2019 with SAINTS DAYS 5k and 10K Plan PART 2
WALK: Half Marathon 2019 with SAINTS DAYS 5k and 10K Plan PART 1
WALK: Half Marathon 2019 with SAINTS DAYS 5k and 10K Plan PART 2
BRIDGE TO PHYSICAL SELF
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EARNED RUNS is edited and authored by me, runner and founder. In 1978 I began participating in 10K road races before 5Ks were common. I've been a dietitian, practiced and taught clinical pathology, and been involved with research that utilized pathology. I am fascinated with understanding the origins of disease as well as health and longevity.
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