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Half Marathon Training Schedule by Carrots 'N' Cake Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Jan 2011 8:57am Good morning! Breakfast first and then I will get into my half marathon training schedule. Apparently, I had a lot to say about it. I took me forever to type it up! Breakfast This morning’s breakfast was an oldie, but goodie: banana oatmeal with peanut butter. Also in the mix: coconut milk, chia seeds , and a drizzle of mapl ... Read on »
Half-Marathon Training Starts Now! July’s Training + Fall Race Plans by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Thu 09 Aug 2012 10:00am by Jason Fitzgerald “Believe that you can run farther or faster. Believe that you’re young enough, old enough, strong enough, and so on to accomplish everything you want to do. Don’t let worn-out beliefs stop you from moving beyond yourself.“ - John Bingham I’m on the left, rocking a sweet ... Read on »
Half Marathon Training Goals and Training Woes by Dori Manela Posted Tue 25 Sep 2012 8:07am My summer half marathon training has been . . . strange, to say the least. Back in June, I was itching to run a half marathon. I was feeling like a fast runner for the first time since I started running in 2009. I almost spontaneously signed up for the Fairfield Half in Connecticut before realizing how annoying it would be to get to without ... Read on »
Last minute half marathon training by Kaitlyn W. Facebook Posted Sun 19 Aug 2012 11:16pm Head on over to Bucket List Publications and check out my article , “Drawing inspiration from your backyard”. While you are there, browse around for ideas for your next adventure! ******************************************************************************************* This weekend brought news that I have an entry into the Equinox H ... Read on »
Training for Your First Half Marathon by Cynthia S. Posted Tue 09 Dec 2008 11:13pm The biggest question most first time half marathon runners face when they look in the mirror is, "Can I do it?" Let's answer that right now. Yes, you can. Absolutely. There are a bevy of training programs out there to ensure you are well prepared-mentally and physically—for race day. Which program you pick depends on your goals and fitness lev ... Read on »
Fruits of my Labor: Half-Marathon Training Bonanza by emlit81 Posted Sun 22 Jan 2012 8:33pm This weekend has been pretty busy. It snowed most of the day yesterday, and it’s been freezing. Definitely a departure from the mild winter we’d previously been having. Because of the temperatures, I ended up spending a lot of time inside working on putting together training plans for Team Challenge Brooklyn  since I recently found out that I’l ... Read on »
Half Marathon Training Speed Workout Tuesday by Anne P. Posted Wed 26 Jan 2011 9:53am Yesterday marked the second week of Tuesday morning half marathon training speed workouts! As you all know, my friends and I are training for the National Half Marathon in D.C. in March. (check out the UNC women’s field hockey team doing sprints behind us!)  It was FREEZING and pitch black yesterday morning when I met my frien ... Read on »
Weekly Training Recap: La Jolla Half Marathon Week 2 by Live from La Quinta Posted Sun 03 Feb 2013 10:30pm I’m happy to say that my second week of training has gone well. I did all my workouts, and even though my total mileage was about the same (23.5 miles), I increased my long run as scheduled . I did switch it to Saturday again, mostly because we got such a late start that I knew I wouldn’t make my yoga class. So, I figured that by adding two mor ... Read on »
Meal Planning (and Half Marathon Training): Let’s Try This Again (Week of May 5) by KeepingMommySane Posted Sun 05 May 2013 9:12am Um, yeah, it’s been awhile since I sat down and planned our weekly meals … never mind posted them here on my blog. Much of that is because we were on vacation for 10 days, then it took us longer than we expected to acclimate when we got home. But now we’ve been back for more than a week so it’s time we returned to reality. Except we ... Read on »
Weekly Training Recap: La Jolla Half Marathon Week 5 by Live from La Quinta Posted Mon 25 Feb 2013 12:27am What Does Not Kill Me Makes Me Stronger You know you’re in for a tough day when you find yourself quoting Nietzsche in mile one of your 10 mile long run. I’ve actually loved that quote for a long time, but to have it running through your head so early in a 10 mile run was, um, troubling. More on that below. First the answer to the quest ... Read on »