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Pfitzinger for NON-Marathoners (Faster Road Racing)

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3 Jan
5:49pm, 3 Jan 2020
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larkim
I think overall paces aren't really going to differ hugely between different writers, it will usually just be the weekly mix of runs that will vary - and even then, not by enormous amounts. That's not to say that there aren't differences of course, but most mainstream writers will be in a similar ballpark.
3 Jan
5:56pm, 3 Jan 2020
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Velociraptor
I planned to use the 30-47mpw 12 week half marathon schedules leading up to the Carlisle half in March, but the start was interrupted by a flare-up of knee pain that put the first two sessions out of my reach and I haven't got back to it yet.
3 Jan
7:15pm, 3 Jan 2020
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Dillthedog
Larkim. I guess so, but was struck that they were the same almost to the second. I was probably reading too much into it. Vrap, do you have any races coming up?
3 Jan
7:20pm, 3 Jan 2020
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chunkywizard
For the last 2 years I have followed this for Woky Half in Feb. This year I’m following the marathon plan but they are very similar in structure.
3 Jan
7:34pm, 3 Jan 2020
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Dillthedog
How did you get on CW?
3 Jan
7:39pm, 3 Jan 2020
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Velociraptor
I have, Dill. I have a 10k in 2wks and then the half marathon in 10wks, and I'm going to run it, P&D or not.
3 Jan
7:46pm, 3 Jan 2020
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Dillthedog
I have the Newport and Bristol 10k in Apr/May, so plenary of time to train, hopefully without injuries!
3 Jan
9:02pm, 3 Jan 2020
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chunkywizard
Dill, on the half marathon plan I’ve got within 30 secs of my PB, it definitely gets you in shape. For a 10K I haven’t followed it, I tend to run a combo of track and parkrun to get me in shape for those. For me it’s all about speed endurance, I don’t need the miles.

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A general discussion about Pfitzinger's new non-marathon schedules
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