WEEK 5 HALF MARATHON with SAINTS DAYS 5k and 10K Training Plan
ST. VALENTINE’S DAY IS TUESDAY! The true holiday may be the actual date some of you will be running the first of the two “SAINT’S DAYS” races, the 5K. A personal, custom-designed competition will have allowed this. Most of the organized races are likely to be slated to be run on the weekend.
Regardless of circumstance, congratulations on completing training up to this point. Use the 3.1 mile distance as a ‘named’ tempo training run or race it for a personal best finish time. Stretch and roll afterwards and look forward to the next goal in your plan. Hopefully if you have been paying attention to building strength, improving balance, and increasing speed in the last half of your long runs, you will notice a fresher legs, strong finish and faster time. Good luck.
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