The Run Melbourne is on July 26, which means you have less than 2 weeks to get started on your program allowing for a 12 week training program to meet your goal or record your personal best time, and we'll show you how!
Your typical 12 week Half Marathon program will feature the following run types to help you build greater strength and speed that will translate into faster running, for longer to get you to your PB. This will include Interval running; such as 400m, 800m, 1km repeats at your prescribed pace. Tempo runs to build speed endurance at your prescribed pace, and Easy Runs to assist in recovery and develop strong endurance capacity in your muscles.
Running faster doesn't just happen, but is the product of a well crafted program using the proven principles of exercise science and specific training methods to boost your pace and performance.
And if it's the Full Marathon you're thinking about in October (18th-Melbourne) this year, then the Run Melbourne is nicely placed to be a part of your preparation.
Do one, or do the double and record two PBs this year!