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Tips for putting together a training plan

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Jul 2012
9:09pm, 8 Jul 2012
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Kieren
I was wondering if you could share tips you have learnt for putting a training plan together.

Anything welcome, increasing mileage / intensity. Incorporating life / other sports / exercises / commuting etc.

I'm trying to put together a plan at the moment for a 1/2 marathon in 12 weeks but am struggling fining a reference point to adapt
Jul 2012
9:18pm, 8 Jul 2012
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Jomu
Don't know if it's the sort of thing you want but there's a 10 week half marathon plan in this months RW magazine
Jul 2012
8:40am, 9 Jul 2012
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Fitz
RW's smartcoach feature is pretty good for composing training plans.
Jul 2012
8:46am, 9 Jul 2012
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Gobi
Kieren

Drop me a mail and I can pop you a few ideas

G
Jul 2012
4:11pm, 9 Jul 2012
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Kieren
Brilliant - thanks :)

I've read a fair old bit in the past from parkers heart rate training to Lydiard's methods and P&D which are adapted from that. Sadly all the books I had have been leant out and bookmarks are no where to be found.

I have never really followed a plan before and as a consequence always suffered from "too much, too soon" injuries

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