Training

As mentioned in a post, my number one goal is to remain injury-free. Everything else—distance, speed, etcetera—is at best secondary.

  1. Hal Higdon’s 10K Novice program (56 days)
    • Indoors only
    • Prep for general conditioning
    • February 4 to March 31, 2013
  2. Hal Higdon’s 10K Novice program (49 days)
    • Indoors/outdoors
    • Modified for seven rather than eight weeks
    • Prep for general conditioning
    • April 1 to May 19, 2013
  3. Hal Higdon’s 10K Novice program (56 days)
    • Prep for July 13, 2013 5K Electric Run
    • May 20 to July 14, 2013
  4. Hal Higdon’s Half Marathon Novice 1 Program (84 days)

2 thoughts on “Training

  1. Pingback: Hal Higdon’s 10K Walking Program Recap | Randy Sandberg

  2. Pingback: February 3, 2013: Day 56, Rest | Randy Sandberg

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