WEEK 7 HALF MARATHON 2018 with ‘SAINTS DAYS’
5K &10K Training Plan The month of March starts after the middle of this week. That’s progress! Congratulate yourself on reaching the point at which the long run at week’s end surpasses the distance you’ll be racing (if running) in a St. Patrick’s Day 10K (6.25 miles).
Walkers will not reach 6 miles until March 10, 6.5 miles on March 17. If you have not been running or walking hill repeats, consider trying this workout as the spring weather commences. It will add variety and help build strength.
Celebrate the coming of meteorological SPRING March 1.
RUN & MOVE HAPPY!
NOTE: The dates on the WALKER plan have been corrected! The day of St. Patrick's day was corrected on the RUNNER plan. Sorry for any confusion!
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