easy, incorporating 6 x 20-40 seconds faster-paced running Wed Rest Thu 20-25 mins easy Fri Rest Sat 15 mins easy or rest Sun 5K Race!
Run 8 mins, walk 2 mins. Do 3 times Fri Rest Sat Rest Sun 5K Race! On race day: You will probably find that you can run at least 20 minutes before you need a break, but whatever your plan, start slowly, and dont wait until you are exhausted
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is the long run. This will gradually build up from around an hour in the early weeks to over three. The other crucial sessions are the faster runs. On Thursday, this will alternate between marathon and half-marathon pace, while Tuesday will be between 5K
):Steady - a comfortable, but purposeful, pace. : Brisk (or Threshold (THR)) - around your target pace (87-91% MHR).: Fast-10K - 90-94%:Fast-5K - 93-97% MHR:Fast-above-5K:--If none of this still looks right, try a different schedule--Enter your race
Here are the schedules for the pace groups for the Robin Hood Half-Marathon.RUNNERS WORLD will have pace groups of 1:30, 1:45, 2:00 and 2:15 at the race.Refer to the pace charts for exact speeds.1:30 pace | 1:45 pace | 2:00 pace | 2:15 pace
target half-marathon pace (85% WHR). 'Brisk' sometimes refers to half-marathon pace while 'threshold' refers to 10-mile pace. Often described as feeling 'comfortably hard', aim to hit about an 8 on a perceived-exertion scale of 10. Fast – your 5K or 10K
)) - around your half-marathon pace (87-91% MHR).:Fast-10K - 90-94%:Fast-5K - 93-97% MHR:Fast-above-5K:If none of this still looks right, try a different schedule--Enter your race date: (dd/mm/yyyy)Finished? When you're happy with the paces, download your
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