Something was weird with my last entry. As in, the first half was entirely blank. So, here is the first part of that entry...
I told my Sunday morning class about some up-coming races and invited them to join me for the Historic Half Marathon on May 16th. In anticipation of hopefully a few of them joining me (because my class is awesome), here is the training schedule I"m personally following (see last entry)
If you are interested in completing a half marathon in Mid-May, then I suggest looking for an ambitious trainng schedule that starts out a bit slow to build endurance, then does a pretty heavy backload with a recovery week before the event. I also recommend ignoring my advice and checking out Jeff Galloway's website, which I am afraid to post because I think that's what caused my last entry to be half blank. I used Jeff Galloway's training program in his marathon book (which is a great read, btw) and had great results (I didn't die!). He's a wonderful trainer for beginner and advanced runners. He has a lot of great tips on his website that I suggest going through. His program is 19 weeks long, so if you're doing the Half, I suggest taking out 2 weeks of your choice (but should not be the longest long run week).
See below for my schedule!
I managed to get my 3 miles in last night....on the treadmill, at race pace. Suffice to say, I was exhausted at the end. Treadmill kills me.
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