Hal Higdon Training Plans

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7:43pm, 13 May 2015
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maT.T.
Oh, and how is it going Chief?
Nov 2016
11:35am, 3 Nov 2016
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Hills of Death (HOD)
Anyone else use these plans looks good ?
Nov 2016
11:45am, 3 Nov 2016
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becca7
Nothing really to add to my comment on the previous page. They were great when I trained for my first few marathons. Well-structured and a good balance between getting ready and not getting injured. I got more experienced I moved on to Pfitzinger and Douglas.
Nov 2016
11:48am, 3 Nov 2016
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StuHolmes
I used them for a couple of half-marathons and then my first full. I think they are simpler than many others but pushed out the last couple of long runs to 22/23 miles and juggled it around a bit for a couple of races.

Going to try P&D for Brighton next year.

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