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  1. Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Half Marathon (12 weeks)

    Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Half Marathon (12 weeks)

    $9.99

    This plan was designed for experienced runners who are training for the Runners World Half Marathon in Bethlehem. It is ideal for advanced runners who have averaged at least 30 miles per week for at least six months and who want to develop speed over a longer distance. Each week features 1 or 2 days of rest and 5 or 6 days of running. That includes hill work, race-pace runs, mile repeats, and long runs, which start at 10 miles and peak at 13 miles. The plan also includes notes on the Bethlehem course.

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  2. Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (16 Weeks)

    Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (16 Weeks)

    $9.99
    If you're a veteran marathoner and want to fulfill your PR potential, train with Runner's World, the worldwide authority on training and racing for more than four decades. This training plan is geared for a runner with at least three years of experience, who regularly logs 35 to 40 miles per week and has comfortably completed other marathons and shorter races. Each week features one day of rest and six days of running. That includes hill work, mile repeats, and Yasso 800s, plus race-pace runs and tune-ups to prep you for race day. Learn More
  3. Advanced 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    Advanced 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    $9.99

    This plan is geared for an experienced runner and racer who regularly runs at least five days a week, an average of 25 miles per week, with long runs of at least eight miles. Unless otherwise noted, all runs should be done at an easy pace.

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  4. Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Hat Trick (12 weeks)

    Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Hat Trick (12 weeks)

    $9.99

    This plan was designed for experienced runners who are training for the Hat Trick (the 5K, 10K, and half marathon) at the Runners World Half & Festival in Bethlehem. It is ideal for advanced runners who have averaged at least 30 miles per week for at least 6 months and who want to develop speed over a longer distance. Each week features 1 or 2 days of rest and 5 or 6 days of running. That includes hill work, race-pace runs, mile repeats, and long runs, which start at 10 miles and peak at 13 miles. The plan also includes notes on the Bethlehem course. To prepare runners for the rigors of running the 5K, 10K, and half marathon within 24 hours, the plan also includes 6 "doubles"or back-to-back quality workouts. The plan also includes tips to help runners prepare for the fueling, logistic, and recovery requirements that go along with racing in 3 events in 2 days.

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  5. Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Grand Slam (12 weeks)

    Special Edition: Advanced Plan for the Runner's World Grand Slam (12 weeks)

    $9.99

    This plan was designed for experienced runners who are training for the Grand Slam (3.8-mile trail run, 5K, 10K, and half marathon) at the Runners World Half & Festival in Bethlehem. It is ideal for advanced runners who have averaged at least 30 miles per week for at least 6 months and who want to develop speed over a longer distance. Each week features 1 or 2 days of rest and 5 or 6 days of running. That includes hill work, race-pace runs, mile repeats, and long runs, which start at 10 miles and peak at 13 miles. The plan also includes notes on the Bethlehem course. To prepare runners for the rigors of running the 3.8-mile trail run, 5K, 10K, and half marathon within 48 hours, the plan also includes 6 "doubles"or back-to-back quality workouts. The plan also includes tips to help runners prepare for the fueling, logistic, and recovery requirements that go along with racing in four events in three days.

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  6. Half Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (10 weeks)

    Half Marathon Plan for Advanced Runners (10 weeks)

    $9.99
    This 10-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner's World for advanced runners who have averaged 35 miles per week or more for at least six months and who want to develop speed over a longer distance. Each week features one or two days of rest and five or six days of running. That includes race-pace runs, speedwork, and long runs, which start at 10 miles and peak at 13 miles. Not the right plan for you? Check out Runner's World's training plans for beginners and intermediate runners. Learn More

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