Weekly Training Plan 20.3. – 26.3.

Weekly Training Plan 20.3. – 26.3.

We may still continue to be tormented by freezing temperatures outside but there’s no escaping the fact that there’s just three weeks to go before the first big event on the Czech running calendar is upon us. If you haven’t yet managed to work yourself up to the distance required for the race, now is most certainly not the time to try to deny any shortcomings in your training regime. It’s better to stick with the kilometres you’re at right now. When it comes to the intensity of your training, likewise, if you’ve only been focusing on distances so far, it makes no sense to start about this now. In a nutshell, it’s too late at this stage of the game to make up for lost time.  Instead have a think about what you are going to run it and try out your new gear during a training session. This will allow you to check whether your clothes feel right, whether your shoes fit well, and ensure nothing rubs or presses against your skin during the actual half-marathon race. If it’s at all possible, also make an effort to go to bed before 10 pm and to sleep 8 hours a day.  Sleep is basically the best remedy for regeneration plus allows the human body to repair anything which needs fixing.

Training plan:



Wednesday 20.3.
5 min (50 – 65% your heart  rate (HR)); 30 min (85-90% HR max); 10 min (65 – 50% HR max);
6x [(3 min (75 – 90% HR max) – 2 min (65 – 60% HR max)]; 5 min freely or  45 min freely (50 – 70% HR max)

Thursday 21.3.
45 min (50 – 75 % HF max); fitness in the evening

Friday 22.3.
Free time

Saturday 23.3.
10 min (50 – 65% HR max) – 105 min (75 – 85% HR max) – 10 min (65 – 50% HR max); stretching in the evening 

Sunday 24.3.
45 min (65 – 75% HR max)

Monday 25.3.
Free time

Tuesday 26.3.
50 min freely (50 – 75% HR max); fitness in the evening



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