I found this training schedule online today and thought it would be great for those of us participating in the Half Marathon in January! Week # Date Mon Tues Wens Thurs Fri Sat Sun 1 10/18 2 easy Rest 2easy 2easy rest 3long Rest 2 10/25 2 easy Rest 2easy 2easy rest rest 4long 3 11/1 2 easy rest 2easy 2easy rest 5long Rest 4 11/8 2easy rest 3easy 2easy rest rest 6long 5 11/15 3easy rest 3easy 2easy rest 7long Rest 6 11/22 3easy rest 3easy 2easy rest rest 8long 7 11/29 3easy rest 4easy 3easy rest 9long Rest 8 12/06 3easy rest 4 easy 3easy rest rest 10long 9 12/13 4easy rest 4easy 3easy rest rest 11long 10 12/20 4easy rest 5easy 3easy rest 12long Rest 11 12/27 4easy rest 5easy 3easy rest rest 10long 12 01/03 4easy rest 3easy 3easy rest rest 13.1RACE Training Definitions Easy Days Easy workouts should be just that easy. You should run and/or walk at a pace that allows you to hold a conversation. The number is the number of miles that you need to run and/or walk. Rest Days Rest is a very important part of the training program. You will not improve faster by substituting additional runs in place of rest days. Long Days A long workout is scheduled once each week. Run and/or walk at the pace at which you hope to complete the half marathon. Just cover the distance. Dont worry about the time. Like the easy workouts, stay conversational. The number is the number of miles that you need to run and/or walk.