Intermediate Half-Marathon Training Plan To Go From 10k to Half In 13 Weeks

So you’ve been running for a while now. You have participated in multiple 5ks, a few 10ks, and all the miles in between. And like any natural competitor, you begin to look for the “next” big challenge. Maybe it’s a better time or faster speed… Or maybe it’s distance. The elusive half-marathon is a much sought after race distance but to be successful, you need to enter the race with a plan!

You need a Half-Marathon Training Plan!

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Running All The Races… And Not One Half-Marathon But Two!

must run all the races! – This sentiment is echoed after each and every race that I complete. The race atmosphere is alive with energy and you can almost feel the excitement in the air. It’s intoxicating — And definitely keeps me coming back for more. I am also SUPER pumped this weekend. Not just because it was a race weekend, but because I am also signing up for not one half-marathon but TWO this fall!

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Juggling Into June — Learning How To Balance Work, Fitness, and Fun

I have always wanted to learn how to juggle.

While working the graveyard shift at a Helpdesk in college I tried to teach myself.  I’m pretty sure that I would get three tosses in, realize that I’m actually juggling and drop everything.

Finding Balance

Needless to say, I still can’t juggle. And regardless of hand-eye coordination, we all balance a lot of responsibilities in everyday life. Trying to find time for fitness can be tough but definitely is a MUST do to live a happy, healthy life. Read More

Springing Ahead To May — More Goals and Future Ambitions

Once again, April was a fast month (Which one isn’t, right? And when did that happen?? I feel like as a child the days and weeks draaaaggggeeeddd on. Now, they fly by before you even realize that they started.) but it is time to start thinking about May goals!

 

Time doesn’t stop. And neither will I! I am constantly striving to improve myself –to become a better person, wife, and runner. And I truly believe that running helps me accomplish my first two objectives.

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