sz.pets-trick.com
Information

Hound dog half marathon 2019

Hound dog half marathon 2019


We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.


Hound dog half marathon 2019

Hound dog half marathon 2019

I am an extremely active person who loves the outdoors and is always looking for a new adventure to conquer. I’ve been running for nearly 10 years and enjoy the time that I put into trning, but also the comraderie that comes from participating in these races. This is the longest race that I have ever participated in and I am very excited to get started! I’m looking forward to seeing everyone agn in 2019 and trning for this race.

To get started, I am going to begin by posting a picture of my dog, Biscuit. I adopted him when he was almost a year old and he’s quickly become the biggest part of my life. He’s a great little running buddy and will always be in the thick of it with me. I’m really looking forward to seeing him in the race and I know that he will be excited to be running for the first time too!

The first week of my trning has been great! This year, I will be running the Half Marathon in 2-3 weeks as part of a trning plan with a lot of volume and some speed work. I will continue to run on the weekends while working and will add the weeknight run on Tuesdays. For this half marathon, I will use a plan designed by Matt Koopersmith, a great coach at RunFit in Vancouver, BC.

This is an easy to read and understand trning program which is great for me as a relatively new runner. The plan is split up into 7 weeks, one for each week of the trning program. Each week has a plan that will keep you running until a certn day of the week and you will be able to track your progress.

Week 1 is your easy warm-up week, which starts the whole week before the half marathon. The goal for the first week is to get you started with the program and running a little bit of time at a pace that you can comfortably run for at least 10 miles. This week you will work on your endurance and your strength.

If you have not been working with a coach or have not been running in the past few months, your goal is to increase your weekly mileage by 10-15% from last year. The program starts by having you run 4 miles at a frly easy pace. From there, it is 5 mile steady run with some walking breaks until your pace is 6:30 min/mile or faster. After the 5 miles you should be able to run about 10:00/mile or more. After that run, you will complete another 4 miles at a slightly faster pace than the last one.

This first week you are supposed to be able to complete a run without being out of breath or feeling exhausted.

Week 2 is where the strength comes in. This week you will be doing tempo runs of 4-5 miles in which you start to run at a more moderate pace. The tempo runs will be done at a pace between 6:00-6:30 min/mile and you will feel like you are working hard for the majority of the run.

This week, you will be able to run a little faster without feeling fatigued. You should still be able to hold a conversation on the run!

Week 3 is also an easy week and should be a good way to get back into a rhythm of running. You should still be able to complete a run without feeling exhausted and should be able to run more than 10 miles without getting overly tired.

In the third week, the goal is to be able to complete at least a 15 mile run without feeling worn out.

Week 4 is the “speed” week of the program. This week you will be running longer and faster runs at a pace between 6:00-7:00 min/mile. In the past, I have always been very successful at increasing speed and endurance, so I’m looking forward to this week and the new goal of being able to run faster without getting overly exhausted.

This week, you are supposed to be able to complete a run at a pace between 6:00-7:00 min/mile without feeling fatigued. If you have been running in the past 3 months or you are starting a new running program, then you are supposed to be able to run a marathon in about 2:15-2:30. If that is too challenging, then you should be able to run faster than 10:00/mile without getting too tired.

Week 5 is the speed/endurance week of the plan and I have always found this to be my weakest week. Running at a pace of 5:00 min/mile, I have always struggled with fatigue during these runs. This week, you will be able to run a little faster and not be out of breath. You will be able to run a distance between 11-13 miles without feeling excessively tired.

If you have been running for a while, you may find that your endurance has increased in the past 3 weeks and the speed has stayed the same. If that is the case, then you should have no problem with this week.

Week 6 is another easy week. The speed should remn consistent and you should have the endurance to run a distance of 16-20 miles without feeling too exhausted.

This week, the goal is to be able to complete at least a 20-25 mile run without feeling exhausted.

Week 7 is the marathon week of the program and it is where most runners really get to experience what this half marathon really means. As with most marathons, you will not be able to run the first 10-15 miles without feeling like you need a bathroom break. That’s ok, just keep going and you will be rewarded with some of the greatest feeling of accomplishment you will ever have.

The program in this week is very similar to the week 1 and week 3 of the plan. You will be running at a tempo of 5:00 min/mile and you will be running at a pace between 6:00-7:00 min/mile. This week, you should be able to complete at least a 30


Watch the video: WORLD RECORD: Kibiwott Kandie 57:32 Valencia Half Marathon Full Race