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  1. The Run Your Best Boston Plan (16 weeks)

    The Run Your Best Boston Plan (16 weeks)

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    Did you BQ? Are you headed to Hopkinton? Runner's World, the leading authority on training and racing, has designed this unique plan to help you prepare to run the world's oldest and most-prestigious 26.2-mile course, the Boston Marathon. This 16-week program features easy runs, speedwork, and long runs, plus hill workouts that will help you develop the fitness you'll need to weather the descents early in the race and the notorious climb up Heartbreak Hill. Along with tips on training, nutrition, injury-prevention, and cold-weather running, you'll also get interesting facts and highlights about the legendary marathon. The plan is geared for someone who has met the qualifying standards for Boston in at least one other marathon, and regularly runs 30 to 40 miles per week. Each week of the program includes two days of easy running, two days of rest, one long run, hill work, and speed sessions such as mile repeats and Yasso 800s. The long runs start at nine miles and stretch up to 22 miles three weeks before the race. If you're training for another race, or this isn't the right plan for you, check out Runner's World's other marathon training plans.

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

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

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    This plan is designed for those 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 those who have been running consistently for several years and who regularly log an average of 20 to 30 miles per week. Its geared for those who may have finished a half marathon and now want to finish faster. It features 2 or 3 days of rest and 4 or 5 days of running each week. The plan features hill work to build your leg and lung strength, and to prepare you for the inclines and descents that youll face in the race. Youll also do mile repeats to boost your stamina and plenty of half marathon goal-pace miles to help you easily get into rhythm on race day. Theres a long run each week, which starts at 7 miles in week one and peaks at 13 miles. The plan also includes notes about the Bethlehem course. To prepare runners for the rigors of running the 5K, 10K, and half marathon within 24 hours, the plan includes five "doubles," or back-to-back quality workouts. The plan also includes tips to help runners prepare for the fueling, logistic, and recovery needs that go along with racing in 3 events in 2 days.

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

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

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    This plan is designed for those 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 those who have been running consistently for several years and who regularly log an average of 20 to 30 miles per week. Its geared for those who may have finished a half marathon and now want to finish faster. It features 2 or 3 days of rest and 4 or 5 days of running each week. The plan features hill work to build your leg and lung strength, and to prepare you for the inclines and descents that youll face in the race. Youll also do mile repeats to boost your stamina and plenty of half marathon-goal-pace miles to help you easily get into rhythm on race day. Theres a long run each week, which starts at 7 miles in week 1 and peaks at 13 miles. The plan also includes notes about 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 includes 5 "doubles"or back-to-back quality workouts. The plan also includes tips to help runners prepare for the fueling, logistic, and recovery needs that go along with racing in 4 events in 3 days.

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

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

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    This plan was designed for new 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 beginners who have at least 6 months of experience running and who log an average of 15 to 20 miles per week. Each week includes 3 days of rest or cross-training, and 3 to 4 days of running. Each week features a long run, which starts at 4 miles, builds gradually, and peaks at 10 miles. The plan features hill work to build your legs and lung strength, and to prepare you for the inclines and descents that youll face in the race. Youll also do some gradually longer segments of running at race pace to build your fitness and give you the stamina youll need to finish 13.1 miles feeling strong. Throughout the program, there are four "doubles," back-to-back quality workouts to help you prepare for the rigors of covering a 5K, 10K, and half marathon within 24 hours. The program also includes notes on the Bethlehem course, and tips on the fueling, logistics, and recovery demands involved in racing in 3 events in 2 days.

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

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

    $9.99

    This plan was designed for runners who are training for the Runners World Half Marathon in Bethlehem. It is ideal for beginners who have at least six months of experience running and who log an average of 15 to 20 miles per week. Each week includes three days of rest or cross-training, and three to four days of running. Each week features a long run, which starts at 4 miles, builds gradually, and peaks at 10 miles. The plan features hill work to build your legs and lung strength, and to prepare you for the inclines and descents that youll face in the race. Youll also do some gradually longer segments of running at race pace to build your fitness and give you the stamina youll need to finish 13.1 miles feeling strong. The program also includes notes on the Bethlehem course.

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

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

    $9.99

    This plan was designed for new 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 beginners who have at least 6 months of experience running and who log an average of 15 to 20 miles per week. Each week includes 3 days of rest or cross-training, and 3 to 4 days of running. Each week features a long run, which starts at 4 miles, builds gradually, and peaks at 10 miles. The plan features hill work to build your legs and lung strength, and to prepare you for the inclines and descents that youll face in the race. Youll also do some gradually longer segments of running at race pace to build your fitness and give you the stamina youll need to finish 13.1 miles feeling strong. Throughout the program, there are 4 "doubles," back-to-back quality workouts to help you prepare for the rigors of covering a 3.8-mile trail run, 5K, 10K, and half marathon within 48 hours. The program also includes notes on the Bethlehem course, and tips on the fueling, logistic, and recovery demands involved in racing in 4 events in 3 days.

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  7. Intermediate 10K Plan (6 weeks)

    Intermediate 10K Plan (6 weeks)

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  8. Half Marathon Plan for Intermediate Runners (14 weeks)

    Half Marathon Plan for Intermediate Runners (14 weeks)

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    This 14-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner's World for those who have been running consistently for several years and regularly log an average of 25 to 30 miles per week. It's geared for those who may have finished a half marathon and now want to finish faster. It features two days of rest and five days of running each week, including hill work, tempo runs, and a long run that starts at seven miles and peaks at 13 miles. Not the right plan for you? Check out Runner's World's training plans for beginners and advanced runners. Learn More
  9. Break 25 Minutes 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    Break 25 Minutes 5K Plan (8 weeks)

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    This eight-week plan is designed for runners who want to finish a 5K in 25 minutes, or an average pace of 8:02 per mile. It features five days of running per week, including easy runs, tempo runs, and intervals, plus long runs of six to 11 miles. Weekly mileage starts at 20 miles per week and peaks at 30 miles per week the week before the race. Paces for each workout are prescribed.

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  10. Break 20 Minutes 5K Plan (8 weeks)

    Break 20 Minutes 5K Plan (8 weeks)

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