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Half Marathon 12 week training schdule

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Jul 2015
7:54pm, 11 Jul 2015
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Killierun
Looking for some ideas on half training schedule - want to break 1:50 - have 12 weeks. I am an experienced runner - having run many half marathons over the years - and 4 marathons (last one couple years back). At 56 looking for some thoughts from the 'fetch' community rather than just 'running world'. I am a member of a gym and do gym work once a week. Not much into swimming and I cycle 5 miles to work 3-4 times a week. Ideas welcome.
Jul 2015
8:11pm, 11 Jul 2015
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Ceratonia
You might want to give a bit more detail on some recent race times and what running you currently do. If you did a 45 minute 10k last week off the back of no training, that's probably going to be a different answer compared to someone already who does 50 miles a week.
Jul 2015
8:11pm, 11 Jul 2015
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Ceratonia
and welcome!
Jul 2015
9:06pm, 11 Jul 2015
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Drell
I've found Hal Higdon's plans useful in the past, when adapted to suit my personal likes and dislikes. In other words, I use them as inspiration for coming up with something that I think might work for me.

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Jul 2015
10:42pm, 11 Jul 2015
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Autumnleaves
Welcome :) I like the RW ultimate half schedules - but I only run, if you like cross training then there is a good thread about Furman &many have got really good results with that approach

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