This 10-week plan was designed by the experts at Runner’s World for anyone who wants to break 2:30 in a half-marathon. It is geared for runners who have at least a year of experience running on a regular basis and who log an average of 15 miles per week. Most weeks include three days of rest, three to four days of shorter runs, and one long run, which starts at five miles, builds gradually, and peaks at 13 miles. You’ll do workouts that include miles at your goal race pace so that you can develop the stamina you need to finish 13.1 miles feeling strong.
Total distance: 186