It’s Not Too Late to Train!

Three, two, or less than one month from the big day? No problem! We’ve got you covered, whether it’s your first or fiftieth half marathon.

Scroll down for these helpful tips and downloadable guides, get training, and we’ll see you in September!

12 Weeks to Go

Break down half-marathon training into three specific phases, identify the purpose of each phase for beginners and advanced runners alike, and see how it all comes together in a well-rounded training plan.

Read the full article, “Get Fit Fast! 12-Week Half Marathon Training Program,” at Competitor.com.

Download your 12-week Half Marathon Guide here.

8 Weeks & I’ve Never Done This!

Never run a half marathon before and think it’s too late or too ambitions to start training? Nonsense! This plan includes “optional” training days, when you have a choice to rest, walk, run or cross-train.

Read the full article, “8 Week Beginner Run/Walk Half Marathon Training Plan,” on WomensRunning.com.

Download your 8-week Beginner’s Half Marathon Guide here.

8 Weeks for the Intermediate Runner

This plan is perfect if your half marathon is eight weeks away and you’re fit enough to run 5 miles comfortably.

The plan includes “optional” days, when you have a choice to rest, run or cross-train.

Read the full article, “8 Week Intermediate Half Marathon Training Plan,” on WomensRunning.com.

Download your 8-week Intermediate Half Marathon Guide here.

4 Weeks … Still Time!

The key to crash training is building fitness quickly without taking big risks. The best tools for fast fitness are frequency and intensity. Doing some kind of cardio almost every day—whether that means running, walking or cross-training—will help you make the most of the time you have.

Read the full article, “Run a Half Marathon in Four Weeks With Our Beginner Plan,” on WomensRunning.com.

Download your 4-week Half Marathon Guide here.