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How To Step Up To Half Marathon | 10k To Half-Marathon Training Run Plan

Where do you even start when it comes to Half Marathon training? You might have just completed 5k or 10k & feel inspired to run a bit further? We’ve made a Half Marathon training plan for you to reach your next goal!

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The first distance goal in running is usually 5k followed by 10k. Once you’ve reached that significant marker you’ll probably have your eyes set on a half marathon. It might sound daunting but at 21k it is just over double the 10k!

That said it does require more structure and of course more training than the 10k so we have some tips as well as a training plan to help you reach this next running milestone!

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What is your favourite distance to run? Let us know!

Guys, I’m not sure if you ever made a video on this but I think there might be some people interested (including me in the first place:-)) on how to train when you have very limited time. E.g. I’m fairly new to triathlon, done my first 1/4 in 3:28 which is obviously very amateur but one have to start somewhere:-) And since currently I can only afford 3 trainings a week my biggest question is always like “should I go all in every training since my load is not that much or should I still plan heavier and lighter weeks”. Would really appreciate your opinion on this, either in the comment or even as a video:-)

I am currently between olympic distance triathlon and half Ironman… please give me some tips GTN!

If I’m aiming to run the HM in 1.30 how do you suggest I adapt the given training plan/schedule?

i have a 10k run in 5 weeks . at the moment I can do a 10k in 45min .
i am about 19% body fat 94kg at 178cm 
what is the best approach to reduce my time? increase miles , tempo runs or trying to lose a lot of weight?

Would running two 5km races in a single session be considered an effective training for a half marathon? For example, it would be a 5km run followed by 10 minutes walking/rest, then another 5km run. I’m thinking about doing this once a week. It would sort of mimick what footballers have to go through because they usually run for 45 minutes followed by 10 minutes rest, then another 45 minutes running. Instead, I will aim for 25 minutes per 5km.

10K to leather recliner. Ya.

I’m a fan of the 10 to 13 mile range.

Neil Vujielob Calucag The Born Survivor

I started in half marathon straightaway, then 10k and went to marathon…great video anyway thanks for sharing guys

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