Training Plan
Official BAYSTATE Half Marathon - Plan # 4: Advanced (60-90 miles) - BUY NOW (16 Weeks)

Please visit BaystateMarathon.com website if you are planning to purchases a plan bundled with the race registration.This is a 16-week Half Marathon plan for advanced runners who typically average between 60 to 90 miles per week in training.

 

Only $24.95

Sample Week of Training

Run - Easy Run (10 miles)

10 miles easy
•10 miles easy run. This means keeping heart rate between 60-70 % max.

Planned: 10.0 mi

Run - 8 x 3 min Hills at 5-6% Grade

Long Hills
•12 mile run w/ 8 x 3 minute Hills, jog down recovery.

Planned: 12.0 mi

Run - Recovery Run (5 miles)

Recovery Run
•5 miles recovery run

Planned: 5.0 mi

Run - Easy Run (8 miles)

8 miles easy
•8 miles easy run. This means keeping heart rate between 60-70 % max.

Planned: 8.0 mi

Run - Progression Run (10 miles)

Progression Run: 10 miles
•Continuous running. Start your run at your normal pace (60-00% max HR). Pick up 10-15 seconds per mile each mile. Try to finish the last mile at Goal Half Marathon Pace.

Planned: 10.0 mi

Run - Easy Run (10 miles)

Easy Run
•10 miles easy run

Planned: 10.0 mi

Run + Strides - Easy Run + 8 x 15-sec Strides

Easy Run + Strides
•7 miles easy run, followed by 8 x 15 second strides

Planned: 7.0 mi

Run - Easy Run (10 miles)

10 miles easy
•10 miles easy run. This means keeping heart rate between 60-70 % max.

Planned: 10.0 mi

Run - Long Run (18 miles)

Easy Long Run
•18 miles easy long run. This means keeping heart rate between 60-70 % max.

Planned: 18.0 mi


How It Works

When you purchase this training plan, your plan will automatically get loaded into the Final Surge training calendar for you to use as many times as you want. Final Surge allows you to view and track your training, record distance and duration, upload data from Garmin and other fitness devices, and much more. Use the Final Surge mobile app to view your training plan on the go and record your workouts. Each night your workout for the upcoming day will be emailed to you so that it is sitting in your inbox the next morning.