Winter 2017 Half Marathon Training - Summerville

Winter 2017 Half Marathon Training - Summerville

Our Half Marathon Training Program is designed for runners who have comfortably run 5 miles in less than 60 minutes (12:00 minute pace) within the last 60 days and are up to 4 miles in distance by the start of the program.  The combination of speed and long-distance training in this program will prepare you whether you are a seasoned half marathoner or a first timer with the goal to finish!

Fleet Feet Sports Half Marathoners are broken into various pace groups based on running background as well as goals. These pace groups are designed to help you train in a safe and effective manner as you build up your base mileage. Speed workouts during the half marathon program are an opportunity to work with your pace group to push yourself and to train at your target race pace. These workouts are combined with core and upper body strengthening to ensure a complete fitness experience.

Our half marathon program is designed to challenge you, encourage you, and to help you have a healthy training experience as you build up mileage and speed in preparation for the 13.1 mile race. Get ready to cross the half marathon off your bucket list... and be prepared to have so much fun doing it that you decide to come out for the program again!

Half Marathon Training Details:

This Winter, our 10-week half marathon training session is perfect for running or racing the Charleston Half Marathon on Saturday, January 13, 2018 or another of your choice!

Information Meeting: Wednesday, November 1 at 6:00pm at Fleet Feet Summerville

Program Start Date: Wednesday, November 8 at Fleet Feet Summerville

Weekly Workouts: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm and Saturdays at 8:00 am 

Cost: $90 (does not include race entry)

Requirement: Can comfortably run 5 miles in less than 60 minutes (12:00 minute pace) within the last 60 days and are up to 4 miles in distance by the start of the program.


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